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By Lucy Dillon Sara Caraffini | Comments: ( 599 ) | Date: ( May 25, 2020 )

La protagonista della vicenda Juliet Falconer, una donna affranta dal dolore per la perdita di suo marito Ben, che ormai l ha lasciata da sola da dieci mesi La vedova rimasta impantanta nella rabbia e nella sofferenza, vive nella casa, non ancora completata, che stava costruendo assieme al marito e si nasconde dal mondo, paralizzata dall idea di dover affrontare le suLa protagonista della vicenda Juliet Falconer, una donna affranta dal dolore per la perdita di suo marito Ben, che ormai l ha lasciata da sola da dieci mesi La vedova rimasta impantanta nella rabbia e nella sofferenza, vive nella casa, non ancora completata, che stava costruendo assieme al marito e si nasconde dal mondo, paralizzata dall idea di dover affrontare le sue emozioni L unico motivo che la spinge ad uscire di casa rappresentato dal cane Minton, il fedele amico a quattro zampe di suo marito In breve tempo, grazie alla sua passione per gli animali, Juliet diventa la dog sitter del piccolo paese in cui vive, ma quando conosce l affascinante proprietario di un altro cane, la donna capisce che i sentimenti sono difficili da controllare Lucy Dillon in Piccoli passi di felicit riesce magistralmente, anche grazie a personaggi realistici e coinvolgenti, a trasmettere il vuoto creato dalla perdita e la successiva rinascita.


  • Title: Piccoli passi di felicità
  • Author: Lucy Dillon Sara Caraffini
  • ISBN: 9788811670537
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Lucy Dillon Sara Caraffini

Lucy Dillon was born in Cumbria, worked for a while in publishing in London, and now lives in Herefordshire with her boyfriend and their terrier, near the Welsh border She has written seven novels set in the fictional Midlands town of Longhampton, which looks a bit like Hereford, although the inhabitants tend to sound rather Northern than that.



Comments Piccoli passi di felicità

  • Leah

    Picked this one up off the library's new fiction shelf on a whim. I'd just applied for a dog-walking job, hoping that if I got it (I didn't) it would help me out of my depression. It was a good read, nice little details and a not-uninteresting premise. It's the sort of book that I think of as cotton candy - fluffy and sweet and can make me a bit sick if I read too many of them, but just exactly what I'm craving now and then, and this book hit the spot perfectly for the genre I needed. Realistic [...]


  • Rachel Gilbey

    As Walking Back to Happiness started, I was wondering if it really was the book for me, as Juliet to start with is understandably still very grief stricken, and I just found her hard work to read about. However as her family continue to try to do anything to get Juliet out of the house, as well as to make house improvements, my enjoyments at seeing Juliet blossom became apparent until I was loathe to put the book down. I may have said it before, but I am more than happy to say it again, I love L [...]


  • Nathalie

    I started reading this straight after reading 'The Secret of Happy Ever After', and loved it just as much. I had never read Lucy Dillon's books before, and I have really enjoyed these books so far.'Walking back To Happiness' is based in the rural town of Longhampton again, and it was nice for me that some of the residents mentioned in the first book I'd read were appearing in this book too. I know I am reading the books in the wrong order, but it doesn't matter as they don't follow on in a speci [...]


  • Tânia

    I’m so glad I took a chance on this author because now I can’t get enough of her books. Juliet’s story was so touching and I was hooked from page one and completely entranced by the time it was over. I usually pick up chick-lit to take the scenery route, but this was no walk in the park. It has a depth to it that is unsettling and makes you feel things that sometimes might taste salty but you still trudge on in the hopes you can climb out of the swamp with Juliet. The author’s writing is [...]


  • Vicki

    I seem to pick up books with Golden Retriever's on the fronte copy I read had that pretty dog on the cover.It was well worth reading!! It is about a young woman who's husband died suddenly and she was left with just her dog(not a golden retriever).It is based on how her dog and family got her jump started back into life and living. It is a very real, heartwarming and family and friend oriented book. I was always ready to pick it up to see what would happen next and never disappointed in the twis [...]


  • Jane Linfoot

    This is a very doggy book. Lucy Dillon writes a perfect pooch tale here, and the canine details are perfect, from the untimely labrador flatulence, down the the last muddy paw print. But as well as getting the canine detail exactly right, the humans in the story are fabulous too.I loved the way the heroine's story was interwoven with that of her sister, I loved the unexpected twists and turns of the main characters journeys, and the supporting cast were brilliantly drawn. The story pulled me in, [...]


  • Lydia Bailey

    I'm not sure how I've missed Lucy Dillon for so long. I'm really enjoying her books. This one is a slightly harder read thanks to the subject manner (main character is bereaved & grieving from the outset) & the plot is rather predictable in places but on the whole it is another well written, easy going book with believable characters. An enjoyable light read.


  • CarolynStorer

    Really enjoyed this one. I could identify with a lot of the thoughts and feelings of Juliet and Louise. Also lots of scenes with dogs which were great. Narration was pretty good too. Would definitely recommend.


  • Gail Hunter

    Really loved this book, and read through it almost in one sitting. Delightful.


  • AnnaSjösvärd

    Mysigaste boken ever


  • Sandra Jönsson

    "Mixen av feelgood och gripande drama, gör att många som själva har förlorat en älskad kan läsa och identifiera sig med karaktären Juliet, utan att knockas av sorgen." sandrajonsson/lucy-dillons-


  • Karen Mace

    This is Lucy Dillon doing what she does best! A really enjoyable story about how something simple like dog walking (and cat sitting, and tomato plant watering!) helped Juliet recover after the sudden death of her beloved husband. With the help, and hindrance, of her family and neighbours she begins to emerge from the safety of her sofa and weans herself off daytime tv and discovers life after bereavement. it isn't all plain sailing and a feud with her sister finally comes to a head but there are [...]


  • DrFeelgood

    Fortsättning på Förlorade hjärtan Väldigt gulligt. Handlingen har jag glömt helt, men det är hundar och trevligheter.


  • Carolina

    Jag hoppas verkligen att Lucy Dillon aldrig slutar skriva böcker. Jag älskar hennes böcker. Jag är helt fast. Jag vet faktiskt inte om det finns något negativt att säga om hennes böcker, någon av dem. Massor av livliga och färgglada karaktärer som det aldrig blir krångligt att hålla reda på, härligt med alla underbara hundar som har varsin personlighet, härlig story som innehåller allt med kärlek, tragedi, sorg, vänskap, skratt med mera. Jag rekommenderar alla att läsa denna h [...]


  • Karen

    This was an enjoyable read about coming back to yourself after a devastating loss. With the help of family, new friends and plenty of dogs Juliet makes it through the first year after her husbands sudden death. The characters are interesting and there side stories so you don't get drawn to deeply into Juliet's grief. All in all a good book.


  • Trine

    3,5


  • Dalila.

    I loved the way the heroine's story was interwoven with that of her sister, I loved the unexpected twists and turns of the main characters' journeys, and the supporting cast were brilliantly drawn. The story pulled me in, in a way I didn't expect, and I couldn't put it down. At times poignant and tragic, this uplifting book has amazing depth, created by the wonderfully observed detail.


  • Jami

    I really enjoyed this book; I certainly could relate to the dog issues! I also liked how some of the characters (dogs and people) from the first book popped in periodically. It was a bit difficult to get into at first, but after about the first 30 pages, I enjoyed it. It was also fun reading/figuring out the UK expressions that Americans don't use. I'll definitely read her next one!


  • Bruna Vraničić Vujević

    Svidjela mi se, mrvicu je slabija od njezine Napusteni psi i usamljena srca, ali jos uvijek vrlo zanimljiva.


  • Cassandra

    Ein sehr schönes Buch um eine junge Witwe, die durch Hundesitten wieder Lebensfreude gewinnt.


  • Donna Irwin

    Loved it!! The perfect holiday read.


  • Kim Kimselius

    En sorglig inledning, som lyfter ju längre in i boken man kommer. Det var härligt att åter träffa personer från tidigare böcker.En bok som ger både en varm och sorgsen känsla.


  • Kate ♡

    4.5 Emotional: that’s the best way to sum this book up. The author has written characters that pull you in and make you feel many things toward them: anger, pity, empathy, disgust it’s a wild ride. I really felt badly for Juliet from the on-set. What a horrible thing to have happen! My heart broke for her and her raw emotion was painful to read. Following her slow and steady recovery was heartwarming. I’d no doubt the dogs would pull her out of her shell and I was so happy when she started [...]


  • Steph

    Basically it was an okay, nice read, even though the subject matter was rather depressing. Juliet’s husband Ben suddenly died 8 months previous and she is doing her best to not move on at first as she is still grieving, but learning to survive without him.Her family use well meaning but slightly underhand tactics to get her out and about and moving on with life.I loved the friendship she builds up with the loud dysfunctional neighbours next door, they were a brightness in amongst the gloom. It [...]


  • Nicola Clough

    Another excellent read by Lucy she never let's you down very heartwarming and true story of families and love. Juliet has lost the love of her life and how can she cope with life she hides away in the house watching day time tv and can she get back to working or does her sister and mum have to work hard at it. Along the way she finds her sister has had an affair and can she work it out with her husband or not. Very good read.


  • Lena 3pa2

    Samma teman som de övriga Lucy Dillons böcker men ändå nytt. Fångas direkt och vill snabbt läsa vidare samtidigt som jag vill förbli i bokens Longhampton. Vill inte bara skaffa hund bums utan även vandra där på parken stigar i hopp om att få möta de andra hundägarna.


  • Caroline

    Lovely book as always!I've read a few books by this author, she never fails to deliver.Her books are a mix of laughs, tears and company. I love the fact the dogs had there own characters.Very well done Lucy Dillon


  • Amber Gray

    I was really surprised at how much I liked this book. I bought it on a whim and I am so glad I did!This book was very well written, I really had so much feeling for all of the characters, and it had dogs in it!This was a very good book, go read it!


  • Rachel

    4 ^ for sheer enjoyment. Although it's not as good as A Hundred Pieces of Me, I found I couldn't put it down. There's just something about the likeable characters and little touches, or observations, in the story that aren't always expected.


  • Harriet Quimby

    My favourite character in the book would have to be Emer. She was the one who always made me smile and I found her the most interesting. Over all this book was a very good read and I would defiantly recommend it.


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