Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, World War II
So I ended up reading three Pilcher novels this holiday weekend. I needed something to do with myself so just decided to get those off my plate. I started with "Coming Home" and finished up with "Winter Solstice." I have to say that the only reason this one doesn't get five stars is that Pilcher was...
Coming home by Rosamunde Pilcher Have read some of the author's other works and have enjoyed them.Book starts out with one life that starts out as a young teen and her world is turned upside down.1935 and Judith Dunbar and her friend Heather Warren are attending school where Christmas parties are...
This is one of my comfort books. I have some issues with it, which I mentioned elsethread, about the contrast between deep concern for individuals of the working class and efforts to help individuals alongside an indifference to any social improvements which would help everyone. But, such a comfor...
It had been a LONG time since I read it last, so I'd actually forgotten most of it, and was very pleasantly surprised. It was even better than I remembered. I haven't read too many of Rosamunde Pilcher's books, but so far it's my experience that her 'long' books (400+ pages) are MUCH better than her...
I dearly love this. The plight of children left to boarding schools while their parents serve the empire in distant places, military families, rich, spoiled families, and how war changes everything.
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