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by Judith R Hendricks

ISBN: 0060726180
ISBN13: 978-0060726188
Language: English
Publisher: Harper Perennial; Reprint edition (March 14, 2006)
Pages: 384
Category: United States
Subategory: Literature

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The Baker's Apprentice: A Novel. by Judith R. Hendricks. The sequel to Judith Ryan Hendricks' absorbing debut novel, Bread Alone

The Baker's Apprentice: A Novel. The sequel to Judith Ryan Hendricks' absorbing debut novel, Bread Alone. Having found her calling, Wynter Morrison is blissful about her new career in Seattle as a baker - cherishing the long days spent making bread and the comforting rhythms of the Queen Street Bakery.

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The Baker's Apprentice. The sequel to Judith Ryan Hendricks' absorbing debut novel, Bread Alone Having found her calling, Wynter Morrison is blissful about her new career in Seattle as a baker - cherishing the long days spent making bread and the comforting rhythms of the Queen Street Bakery.

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Having found her calling, Wynter Morrison is blissful about her new career in Seattle as a baker -- cherishing the long days spent making bread and the comforting rhythms of the Queen Street Bakery. Still, she struggles with the legacy of her failed marriage and with her new boyfriend Mac's reluctance to share his mysterious past. When Mac abruptly leaves Seattle, Wyn again feels abandoned and betrayed, at least until intimate letters arrive in which Mac at last reveals his deepest secrets. But the more she learns about her absent lover, the more Wyn discovers about herself -- and when tragedy threatens, she will have to decide if there is a place for Mac in this new life she has made.

Comments:
Varshav
All of the characters that I loved from "Bread Alone" are back but it seems like the author is on a destructive kick. Mac comes back and he and Wyn seem okay until she demands to know more about his life. Mac takes off again. Wyn is depressed and throws herself back into her work at the Queen Street Bakery. Tyler, the blue haired irascible rebel, becomes an apprentice bread baker to Wyn. This process is not without road bumps along the way.

Not only does the author mess with the characters but she also messes with the setting. Queen Street Bakery along with several other businesses on the street are in danger of closing due to rising rents ant gentrification. I don't want to reveal the whole story so I will stop here.

I feel that the author had too many plot lines running through this story and none of them were successfully resolved by the end of the book. Some of them did not even advance the story of the book. Will Wyn ever get her money settlement from her philandering husband or will he and his second wife manage to hide or lose all assets before she gets her money? Will Mac and Wyn make it as a couple? Will Tyler be able to find her own way in the world or will she self destruct? Will Wyn return to LA to live and be near her childhood friend CM? Will Mac's book sell? Will CM find true love? Is the author going to write another book that will answer these questions? I don't know. I only know that I feel cheated with so many unanswered questions.

I think that if someone read this book first, they would not only be very confused but cheated of the warmth of what was the Queen Street Bakery.

Irostamore
Man, do I feel foolish. Usually, because I read so many books, I check them out of the library and then buy the ones I love so I can re-read them whenever I want. Well, I didn't do that this time -- mostly because I loved _Bread Alone_ so much that I couldn't wait to read it and I am so disappointed.

To me, this book reads like a jumbled mix of everything that was edited out of the first book. The pace is frustratingly slow and not much gets resolved. For example: the whole divorce issue, which was core in the first book, peters out as if the author is tired of discussing it.

As more of a minor but irritating point: not one person is happy in the entire book. Every employee has a personal crisis (none of which are resolved or moved forward) and the book ends very abruptly.

So, I'm ticked that I bought -- and read -- what amounts to the author's cast-off notes from _Bread Alone_. I kept hoping the story would get better but it never did. My mistake was not sticking to the "library strategy".

Yozshujinn
Writing a wonderful book such as "Bread Alone" your first time at bat gets you a publisher and other goodies, but you set yourself up for comparisons and I think that has happened with "Baker's Blues." It's too bad because I think they are very different books and each one has its own greatness and disappointments, but should not be compared. Personally, I enjoyed them both very, very much. The author's other books are

Someone I know said that Judith Hendrick's books
are so believable that you can smell the bread. I think that sums it up. I hate to cook but can live vicariously in a baker's world and enjoy the smells and the tastes. Unfortunately, someone in my family went through depression, although not requiring medication, and so I knew that Ms.
Hendricks knows what she is writing about when she describes Mac. Every character of any note should grow in a story and Wyn does just that.
At the end, you know she is going to be okay. There are lots of wonderful descriptions not only of foods but of the world that surrounds Wyn and Mac that are told to us in Hendrick's own style and thoughtful way. For anyone to say that they are disappointed in the book, I would certainly
wonder what kind of expectations they had. Hendricks wrote a different book, "Baker's Blues," not another version of "Bread Alone," and
I, for one, am glad that she, too, is following new horizons. I found the book thoroughly enjoyable and enlightening.

Balladolbine
The characters were well developed and the story held my interest. The bakery was a big part of the scenario. Love and food-two of my favorite subjects in a don't-want-to-put-down book.

Phallozs Dwarfs
If I remember correctly, the second and third books were not as good in my opinion as the first, but they were ok and I enjoyed following the characters from the first book.

Malahelm
I really enjoy this author a lot. I know that maybe it's not the same as Bread Alone, but I still enjoyed the second book very much. Once I re-read it, after reading reviews about people not liking Mac's point of view, I can understand why someone might feel that way. He's a bit flat. But overall, I think it's still a great book. I've read it twice.

Kanal
I enjoyed this book so much, I purchased others by Judith Hendricks as well. It was well written and included some recipes too. For me, since "food is my favorite dish," I found this to be a bit of an added bonus. Well written and just one of those books you complete soon after starting it because you want to keep reading and reading.

Truly enjoyed this book. Like the style of the writer and will definitely look into more of her books. SO MANY BOOKS, SO LITTLE TIME.

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