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Newly divorced Andrew Stratton lives in his head and not with his heart He teaches architectural theory but has never built a building He writes about “The Anatomy of Livable Places”– communities where form and material are in harmony–but has no sense of where he belongs He is capable of deep tender emotions but is unable to express them When his wife leaves him for another man and excoriates his cautious nature in the process Andrew is like a house shaken off a faulty foundation Sifting through the rubble he must figure out what should be salvaged and what should be scrapped Escaping from the predictable routine of his university life in Philadelphia Andrew travels to England and channels his pain into a weeklong course on. When I saw this book compared to books by Nicholas Sparks I was worried I'm not really a fan of the touchy feely man feelings kind of book But I was surprised While early in the book my fears seemed to be justified as the main character was so wishy washy when confronted with his divorce he seemed to grow a pair toward the end and became uite a heroic character So I'd like to recommend this to any manly men who shun the Nick Sparks books Will North is not a bad author A bit too many feelings for my tastes but this book was actually exciting And I'm glad none of the main characters died

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Water Stone HeartBuilding stone walls In the village of Boscastle he discovers a magical landscape of dizzying cliffs jagged coastline lush valleys and hills lined with stone hedges that have stood the test of time At the Stone Academy Andrew immerses himself in the grueling task of piecing together rock into intricate walls Under the tutelage of his weathered instructor he learns there is to laying stone than hard labor And he soon falls under the spell of Boscastle’s rhythms and uirks which include a weekly sing along a museum devoted to witchcraft and a colorful group of residents ranging from a precocious nine year old girl who communes with nature to an offbeat reverend who has been known to give referrals to the town witchMoved by the warm. Compare to Bartelby the Scribner by Hermen MelvilleWalls in our livesSmall town life in EnglandFlashfloodsRealityPeople caring for peopleWitches and Witchcraft lovers of Mother Earth and HealersLove between Man and woman animals and young childrenRoom for all faiths to abide togetherAssiting one another in needI like Will North's way of writing looking forward to reading of his works

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Water, Stone, Heart characters ´ 7 » Newly divorced Andrew Stratton lives in his head and not with his heart He teaches architectural theory but has never built a building He writes about “The Anatomy of Livable Places”– communities where form and material are in harmony–but has no sense of where he belongs He is capable of deep tender emTh and connectedness of the village Andrew begins to shed his sheltered self But his willingness to open his heart is tested when he falls for Nicola Rhys Jones an American expatriate seeking to escape a history of abuse Thorny sarcastic and sexy Nicola is an artist who paints tranuility panels for hospitals But her life before Boscastle has been anything but peaceful As their verbal sparring veers into darker territory Andrew grapples with his status in Boscastle Is he just a tourist on holiday or does he now have a stake in the village that has welcomed him Readers new to Will North’s work as well as fans of The Long Walk Home will be swept away by this bittersweet novel about love loss and the power of nature to alter our live. Most books I rate 4 stars This story was interesting from page one to the end Will North writes a heart warming story indeed I enjoyed both of his books so I've read so far