The Forsyte Saga
Publish date: September 3rd 2002
Pages no: 896
Edition language: English
Maybe just a tiny bit less interesting than the previous book (which was a tiny bit interesting than the first), but still enough family drama to be intriguing and keep my reading.
A continuation of the Forsyte Chronicles, I think I liked this one a little bit less than The Man of Property, but it was still enjoyable. I missed some of the characters from the previous book, but there was still plenty of drama to keep things interesting. I do wish there were more of Irene's pe...
I wasn't sure what to expect from this book, only having heard of it and the rest of the Forsyte series very recently. It took me a little while to get a good sense of the various family members, given there were so many to keep track of. The family tree in the edition I had certainly helped, thou...
I really love old, rich people soap operas.
I have finally reached the end of the Forsyte Saga, after taking a bit of a break 2/3rds of the way through. Although the novel spans different generations and characters, the true main character is Soames. The focus on a character who is obsessed with property and privilege, thinks everyone is wron...
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