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Momenti d'amore Una storia ricca di emozioni, una protagonista forte e affascinante, un libro che avvince fino alla fine Nel cuore di Samantha ci sono due grandi passioni la medicina e un uomo che scompare in circostanze drammatiche per dieci anni Lei vuole diventare medico in un epoca in cui a una donna concessa solo la vita di famiglia e vuole realizzare un sogno d a che sembra impossibile Lotter contro tutto e tutti

About the Author: Barbara Wood

Barbara Wood was born on 30 January 1947 in Warrington, Lancashire, England, UK Together with her parents and older brother, she immigrated to the United States She grew up in Southern California and attended Los Angeles Schools After High School, Barbara attended the University of California at Santa Barbara but left to train as a surgical technician During this time, Barbara held numerous jobs, before she sold her first novel in 1976 A few years prior, Barbara met her husband George To date, Barbara has written 22 books, including two under the pen name Kathryn Harvey, these books are quite different from the Barbara Wood s novels and she, her agent and editor agreed that a pen name would serve to indicate the difference She is an international best selling author with books translated into over 30 languages The reader is transported to exotic countries that Barbara has meticulously researched to provide her fans with a true sense of the culture and history relevant to each story At the heart of every book, is a strong, independent woman Currently, Barbara is busy working on her next story that will, no doubt, showcase an extraordinary heroine in an exciting and intriguing adventure.When not writing, Barbara often takes time to enjoy the work of other authors, and that of a certain well known martial artist, whose name is listed among the Ten things you might not know about Barbara.

10 thoughts on “Momenti d'amore

  1. Jane Jane says:

    3.5 5 Fascinating story of a girl who, through many struggles, becomes a doctor in the latter half of the 19th century, when medicine was just emerging from its primitiveness The story takes us from the slums of London, where we meet Samantha, daughter of a zealous Christian preacher, and takes us to New York Ci

  2. Sharon Sharon says:

    Born in London s slums, Samantha Hargrave is determined to become a physician What stands in her way The entire medical establishment Samantha lives in Victorian London, and women are not permitted to enter medical schools.First apprenticing herself to a pharmacist and then to two different physicians, Samantha eventua

  3. Bj Bj says:

    5 An Indomitable Spirit Stars for the story and 4.5 Stars for the narration Wow, simply wow If you re looking for something that will truly make you appreciate just how far women and medicine have come, then this incredible story of a female doctor surgeon pioneer, set in London New York, and San Francisco and commencing in t

  4. Beverly Beverly says:

    A fascinating read I learned of the frustrating dilemma society had in the 1800s It was considered immoral for a women to learn about human s bodies thus female doctors were shunned and discouraged , yet modesty kept many women from seeking proper medical help as they would not allow a male doctor to see their bodies I did find Dr H

  5. Deborah Sastroredjo Deborah Sastroredjo says:

    I read this book to death when I was little I loved the portayal of a strong woman, reaching her goals and achieving her dreams Now that I found it again, I will see if I still love it as much I read it in dutch though and the cover was much nicer hahahahttp www.boekbeschrijvingen.nl wood I read this book to death when I was little I loved

  6. Cate Cate says:

    As most books lately it took me forever, but it was worth it I really enjoyed this story how it told Samantha s odd but incredible story that it must be based in truth I love historical fiction, and this one did not disappoint.And Mark was just so fine I should useformal language to describe his character, but he was just so fine Realistic, yet i

  7. Tricia Tricia says:

    I really enjoyed this historical move fictionalizing what it would have been like to be a female doctor in the late 1800s A bit of a soap opera, but super entertaining.

  8. Zenei Zenei says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The first time I read this book, which was countless years ago, I absolutely loved it and put it on my Best of all time list Make no mistake this is a very good and engrossing book and Barbara Wood is an amazing writer However, after hundreds of books read, I am muchcynical these d

  9. Katrina Katrina says:

    The topic of this novel fascinated me It is about a woman determined to become a doctor during the last half of the 1800s It was incredible the barriers she had to break through and the prejudice she had to face to reach for her goal It really made me appreciate the freedom I have as a woman today I didn t have any idea how ignorant people used to be about the workin

  10. Justin Lambert Justin Lambert says:

    Ok, two things I started reading this book wanting to like it but assuming I wouldn t Maybe I m just an immature American man, but it was too slow and boring for me Second,I need to be fair and say I only read the prologue, which usually isn t very fair But the thing is, having already read the summary blurbs and a few of the most positive reviews on Goodreads, I realized t

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