The Apple Orchard (Hardcover)
Mira Books, 9780778314936, 432pp.
Publication Date: April 30, 2013
Other Editions of This Title:
Library Binding, Large Print (6/1/2013)
Mass Market Paperbound (2/24/2015)
Pre-Recorded Audio Player (4/30/2013)
Compact Disc (5/24/2016)
MP3 CD (7/1/2014)
MP3 CD (4/1/2014)
Compact Disc (4/29/2014)
MP3 CD (4/30/2013)
Compact Disc (4/30/2013)
About the Author
Praise For The Apple Orchard…
"The most storied of fruits is done incredible justice here...Susan Wiggs's novel, The Apple Orchard, is sweet, crisp and juicy." – Elin Hilderbrand, author of Beautiful Day
"Wiggs tells a layered, powerful story of love, loss, hope and redemption." -Kirkus, Starred Review
"This brilliant and epic family drama...fills the senses...courtesy of Wiggs' amazing narrative and supreme skill as a writer." -RT Book Reviews, Top Pick!
"Wiggs, who is known for
her insightful, emotion-filled women's fiction, has again written a tale with universal appeal. The background story of the Danish resistance as well as recipes from that part of the world are a nice touch, and add depth and atmosphere to Tess' story." -Booklist, on The Apple Orchard
"This is classic Wiggs, with its emphasis on the strength of family and friends, and a landscape integral to the plot."
–Publishers Weekly on The Apple Orchard
"Wiggs is one of our best observers of stories of the heart. She knows how to capture emotion on virtually every page of every book."
"Rich with life lessons, nod-along moments and characters with whom readers can easily relate. Delightful and wise, Wiggs's latest shines."
-Publishers Weekly on Dockside
"With the ease of a master, Wiggs introduces complicated, flesh-and-blood characters into her idyllic but identifiable small-town setting...."
-Publishers Weekly, starred review, on The Winter Lodge
"Wiggs explores many aspects of grief, from guilt to anger to regret, imbuing her book with the classic would've/could've/should've emotions...another excellent title to her already-outstanding body of work."
-Booklist, starred review, on Table for Five
"Susan Wiggs paints the details of human relationships with the finesse of a master."