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Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PMBy Sharon Owens

Muldoon s Tea Rooms and the 17 year marriage of proprietors Penny and Daniel Stanley are fading But a perpetually dieting housewife still comes in to escape her husband s stick thin mistress, a struggling artist pens love letters to actor Nicolas Cage, and a woman returns to search for a long lost soulmate Behind the cherry cheesecakes and chocolate cappuccinos are theMuldoon s Tea Rooms and the 17 year marriage of proprietors Penny and Daniel Stanley are fading But a perpetually dieting housewife still comes in to escape her husband s stick thin mistress, a struggling artist pens love letters to actor Nicolas Cage, and a woman returns to search for a long lost soulmate Behind the cherry cheesecakes and chocolate cappuccinos are the stirrings of a change that will redefine and heal lives And lead Penny and Daniel to discover what truly matters in life and love.
  • Title: The Tea House on Mulberry Street
  • Author: Sharon Owens
  • ISBN: 9780515139945
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback

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Tambra Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
A mostly light, Irish novel In the style of Maeve Binchy with the plot driven by stories of individual characters A bit too much mid life crisis, infidelity, and broken marriages to be uplifting overall The main characters story was the most interesting and redeeming for me The other stories had some delightful moments.I m going to look for another novel by this author to see if it is of a different subject matter because I did like the writing style.
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Anthea Syrokou Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
This was a delightful read I couldn t put the book down, and when I needed to take a break from it, I returned to it a few minutes later The author invites the reader into a cosy world where the characters seem to be stagnant stuck in the routine of daily life, and are victims of their circumstances There are a few quirky characters that add humour to a novel that can, at times, seem rather bleak as it depicts how fragile we all are, and how pathetic our lives can become if we don t pause, re ev [...]
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Sandie Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
Welcome to Muldoon s Tea Room home of delicious cherry cheesecake and meeting place for the vast array of characters who inhabit this Belfast neighborhood Owners, Penny and Daniel Stanley have done little else but work in the tea house for the duration of their seventeen year marriage and that mundane existence is getting pretty old for Penny Their story is the focus of Sharon Owens THE TEA HOUSE ON MULBERRY STREET but truth be told it s really the customers that make a visit to the teahouse a r [...]
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June Louise Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
I m a fan of tea rooms There are times I pop into my favourite local tea room for a latte, grab a window seat and watch people passing by, or other customers, and wonder what stories their normal lives hold Scandal New discoveries Family secrets Maybe it s because of this that I have given this novel a top rating I don t give out five star reviews easily, but The Tea House on Mulberry Street deserves this accolade The story is based in Belfast, Ireland the centrepiece of the novel being, surpris [...]
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Josh Caporale Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
I might be the only male that has read The Tea House on Mulberry Street, but it was in an effort to become a well rounded reader during a time I wanted to become a professional book reviewer If film critics have to watch everything, then I would be led to believe that book reviewers are to be held at the same standard My great aunt was giving away books and I took everything that was available While I eventually sorted through it and only kept what caught my interest, I did get to this one befo [...]
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Melissa Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
My first thought on reading this was, what a delightful little story While it starts out a bit doom and gloom with several failing relationships, it somehow brings humor into the gloom and ends with the happiest of endings.The main couple, Penny and Daniel Stanley, are the owners of the Tea house Daniel is a workaholic and concerned with his penny pinching than anything else Penny is disappointed in the relationship and goes on to have an affair due to Daniel s cold ignorance of her feelings.An [...]
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Kelly Driver Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
A couple of months ago while shopping at Big Lots I saw a display of books near the check out The cover and the title intrigued me as well as the fact that it was only a couple of dollars I read the jacket and saw that it takes place in Belfast, Ireland and I knew I had to get it.The setting of the book is an old, dilapidated tea house in Belfast Ironically enough the owners, Daniel and Penny Stanley, are in an old, dilapidated marriage Penny, a housewife, finds herself dissatisfied after 17 yea [...]
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Ghost of the Library Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
What a delicious little story I dont know if its because i am a fan of tea shops and tea houses but i loved this book from page one In the finest irish tradition of Maeve Binchy pick up people just like you and me, tell their life story and dont forget to add a little touch of magic sharon owens totally transported me to Belfast and into the lives of her characters.I may not agree with the way things end for all of them hey a girl is allowed to wish a happy ending every now and then but i do how [...]
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Kathryn Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
This is a light and frothy read but it is fairly forgettable There were quite a few characters, which I found it a little difficult to keep track of which may also have something to do with my difficulty in remembering the story The characters lives intersect at the Mulberry Street teahouse, Muldoon s The main aspects that stand out in my mind are artist Brenda s continual letters to Nicolas Cage, Penny s yearning to have a child unfortunately not shared by her husband , and her husband, Daniel [...]
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Nicola Mcfall Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
Great wee book Sharon Owens writes brilliantly believable characters Its a real novelty for me 2 find an Northern Irish author and I find it so fun reading about places I know I was particularly excited in this book when it mentioned the place where I live and the building where I work lol
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Theresa Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
The Tea House on Mulberry Street gets four stars from me not because it s great literature but because I found, after a somewhat slow start, that I really enjoyed it and wanted to know what happens to each of the characters I also found myself wondering what other books Sharon Owens has written, and that s usually a good sign I ve enjoyed an author Owens writing has a bit of Maeve Binchy about it, which I count as a compliment Anyone who has happily read Maeve Binchy might at least try Sharon Ow [...]
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Darkpool Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
Long, rambling, not very positive review thing follows Minor bitchiness And some spoilers ticks the spoilers box This book has been on and off my TBR list several times, so when I had the opportunity to read it while staying with my parents last week, I grabbed the chance While I found it sufficiently interesting to hold my curiosity long enough to finish it, I can t in all honesty say I liked it I felt almost all the characters where unsympathetic and lacking in any kind of depth I knew, almost [...]
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Jen Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
I downloaded The Tea House on Mulberry Street by Sharon Owens from Audible back when I was closing my subscription with them I had a bunch of credits to spend on audiobooks, so I downloaded about 10 to get to whenever I had time I have no idea where I got the recommendation for this particular book, but it must have resonated with me because I have three or four books by her sitting in iTunes for me to listen to when I get around to it I ve seen other reviewers compare Owens s books to Maeve Bi [...]
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Ladyslott Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
The Tea House on Mulberry Street was a sweet, cozy and highly improbable read Centering on Muldoon s Tea Shop, located in Belfast and owned by Daniel and Penny Stanley, the book is peopled by a disparate group of strangers who have little in common except the pastries at the tea shop There are the Crawley sisters who dedicate their lives to charity and little else Brenda Brown, the struggling artist, in love with the American actor Nicolas Cage Sadie and Arnold Glass, she cheats on her diet and [...]
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Bec Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
This was a fun read after the sadder books I have read lately.Sharon s story covers the lives of the owners and customers of a cute little tea house in Belfast Each chapter covers a different person and there isn t too much overlap with the stories which can be annoying in some books.Sharron s writing is reminiscent of Sheila O Flanagan and Jill Mansell and a great little touch of Ireland.Despite the sometimes sadder topics covered of failing marriages, unemployment etc ultimate this is a fun re [...]
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Henni Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
En hyggeligt hj rnet af sofaen med en kop te bog, relativt hurtigt l st, men alligevel med en god portion tyngde i indholdet Owens fletter flere sk bner sammen i et irsk kludet ppe af romantik, st dighed, facination og dr mme alt sammen krydret med beskrivelse af de l kre kager der serveres i Tehuset Stort set intet er u ndret n r man er kommet igennem historien, men der er en god stemning og man bkliver i lidt bedre hum r, n r alle f r deres bekomst til slut.Genl st 2013 jeg blev en smule skuff [...]
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Jacula Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
If I could give this book 7 stars, I would There s something about the way an Irish writer tells a tale and how the minutiae are important Sharon Owens style has been described as Joanna Trollope meets Maeve Binchy and as doing for coffee and cakes what Joanne Harris did for chocolate I wouldn t disagree, especially as the last three are favourite authors of mine I m looking forward to reading her next book and wish I hadn t let the set I have sit on my bookshelves for so many years before disco [...]
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Mich Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
takes place in a belfast tearoom each chpt is about different customers and their lives REALLY liked this book, not quite amazing but almost a happy read, definatly entertaining would def recommend light reading with very likeable characters
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Laurie Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
A wee bit o fluff, kind of Maeve Binchy lite It was lovely listening to all of the narrator s lilting accents.
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Lydia Bailey Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
A light and easy read but not going to set the world on fire.
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Angela Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
I read this in one day it made me want to eat cake It was a cute book read it when you have the flu or an evil hangover You only really need one eye open.
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Gab Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
A lovely Irish story about family and friends The story centres around a family run tea house Owners Penny and Daniel have been married for 17 years but not particularly happily Penny really wants a family but Daniel doesn t seem to have any interest in having children An interesting cast of characters comes into the tea rooms and they all have problems in their life There is arty Brenda Brown who is sure that her lack of success in the art world is because of her boring name She writes letters [...]
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Abactor Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
I loved Sadie s story, but didn t care much about the one of Nicolas Cage or whatever way his name is spelled However, it turned out that it was Cage s story that somehow served as the sword cutting to gordian knot of the whole novel A good read before Christmas, I guesss I first found the title mentioned in the 10 best Christmas books list , but nothing Sometimes riveting Sometimes outrageously boring.
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Jean Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
Had great potential with the setting of a tea house in Belfast Too many characters and stories to keep track of I d have enjoyed depth on certain stories why not save something for a sequel Light reading and entertaining despite being a bit confusing As an American reader I could have used a wee glossary as well.
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Joann Jozwiak Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
Saying this book is similar to those of Maeve Binchy and or Joanna Trollope is insulting to those two fine writers The characters in this book are so shallow, not very bright and often downright mean The plot is so thin one can see through it in a heartbeat I wouldn t recommend it even for a quick read.
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_kouw Apr 05, 2020 - 23:24 PM
I loved this it has a distinct chick lit feel but also that fanfic thing that I love and it was really well woven together A lovely break from the books I couldn t manage to get through the past few weeks.
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The Tea House on Mulberry Street By Sharon Owens Muldoon s Tea Rooms and the 17 year marriage of proprietors Penny and Daniel Stanley are fading But a perpetually dieting housewife still comes in to escape her husband s stick thin mistress, a struggling artist pens love letters to actor Nicolas Cage, and a woman returns to search for a long lost soulmate Behind the cherry cheesecakes and chocolate cappuccinos are theMuldoon s Tea Rooms and the 17 year marriage of proprietors Penny and Daniel Stanley are fading But a perpetually dieting housewife still comes in to escape her husband s stick thin mistress, a struggling artist pens love letters to actor Nicolas Cage, and a woman returns to search for a long lost soulmate Behind the cherry cheesecakes and chocolate cappuccinos are the stirrings of a change that will redefine and heal lives And lead Penny and Daniel to discover what truly matters in life and love.

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