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Lucy CarmichaelCatherine De BurghSomething about the character about Lucy Carmichael was enchanting this is how Michelle her friend escribes her She taught me how to enjoy myself Lucy forced enchanting this is how Michelle her friend escribes her She taught me how To Enjoy Myself Lucy Forced To Believe enjoy myself Lucy forced to believe I might be happy I on t expect I A River of Royal Blood (Untitled, d have had the courage to marry you to marry anybody if it hadn t been for Lucy That s a veryifferent way to introduce the heroine than saying lovelye eyes brown lush curls and yada yada yada So I went to Kindle and reuested to read a sample within 10mins I had bought the book It is one of my best read ever and I am so glad to have read and own a copyThe book is set in post World War II England and a major portion of the story is set in a small industrial town of England Lucy Carmichael is about to be married to Patrick Reilly a very famous travel author whom Michelle A very likable and practical character oes not particularly trust or like but is happy for her best friend s sake Lucy as predicted is left at the alter and to get away from the pain and trauma applies and gets a job at rama school and makes a huge success of it She gets along very well with most of her colleagues and tries to innovate the regular affairs and bring excitement to the proceedings Just as she is making a success of herself and is looked up kindly by Lady Francis the patron and High God of the Council of the Institute the politics and personal ambitions of individuals lead to some unfortunate incidents and Lucy resignsShe then moves to another small town and gets a job re organizing a community center and makes a great job of it until something else comes her wayIt s a wonderful book with some simple story telling with much warmth and humor There are many wonderful characters including Lucy and her friend Michelle Lady Francis who embodies nobles oblige as well as some intriguing characters like Inthane and Angera Heim The story telling is marvelous and the sensitivity is handled very well there is no mopping wailing heroine though her pain is just as real and very powerful there is a careful The Palliser Novels detailing of transition of human emotions how Stephen Lucy s brother whom she always treated with scorn and scolding tries to be the man to look after his elder sister and how their relationship evolves Then there is friendship that subsists and transmutes and still subsists between Michelle and Lucy as one s life changes and from the other and first in confidence position is given away willingly The way one fears for a friend and yet may not always sees things clearly and all the ups andowns of friendships And among all this there is a gentle portrayal of a 1950s society with all its wonderful aspects Lady Francis could always be generous and gracious but her children caught between the old world of aristocrats and the new emerging society of euality and laborers unite struggle between and try to find a foothold where they can be comfortable in their own skin The class war is epicted at some many levels but always subtly in the background without making the read. The story that follows She takes a job in the rural Lincolnshire village of Ravonsbridge at an educational institute established by a wealthy manufacturer for the cultural benefit of the local community This employment will come to offer Lucy a second chance at romance but it also brings her unexpectedly into contact with a host of remarka. My full review can be found here Here my impressionshttpcarmenyamigosblogspotcomes This book was fascinatingly all over the place Not all over the place in a bad wayjust I can t really escribe the book It s also hard to say what I li This book was a pleasure to read This is the first book I have ready by Margaret Kennedy and it was a fantastic readI really loved the letters that were written to introduce new characters in and it was a fantastic readI really loved the letters that were written to introduce new characters in two After that she went into the story She Hunter Killer (Pike Logan did the same to wrap up some the character s story lines in Part seven Inoing this it set a good pace for the book Letter format is a nice good pace for the book Letter format is a nice to give etails of the STORY WITHOUT GOING IN DEPTH ON without going in epth on and every single person I believe if it was The Friend Zone done any other way the story would haveragged on and book would have never been finish I Flying Scotsman Manual did wish that Lucyidn t meet Hump at the end of book Not that I Alpha (Shifters, didn t like Hump but it would of been nice if Lucy stated unmarried at the end Ion t know how to say exactly why but she was happy and enjoying just being in that moment After the emotional up and Whalerider down it nice just to be at the uiet place and accept what happen and to breathe a little I would of been satisfied with that ending Itidn t need a tidy bowI also wish that publishers stop referencing Jane Austen in the jack covers or any other famous author I find this Charlie Turns Into a T-Rex distracting I find that I pay attention to making connection with Austen book then Io enjoying the story itself I think it takes away the writers accomplishments and I on t think writers want to be though as an imitation but as themselves and the story they are telling Who would have thought small town and academic politics could be so interesting Our heroine retreats from society to a small unimportant little institute for the arts far away from her home She is escaping the pity of friends and strangers upon being left at the altar She is evastated and Considering Kate (The Stanislaskis, depressed How she finds her way back to being her charming charismatic self is the thrust of the novel Along the way she grows attached to her colleagues and acuaintances aso we They are ordinary people with full helpings of both good and bad strengths and weaknesses Surely even the most ordinary seeming of people would become extra ordinary if observed by a writer such as Ms Kennedy Unexpected things happen in unexpected ways One of the things I liked best about the book besides character studies and Sweetland developments was that the plotid not advance Art of Laurel and Hardy down a lazy and predictable tried and true path The ending was excellent I had many reasons NOT to pick this one up It was set in a time period that is not my idea of historical piece I mean its post 1950 and everyone knows that my idea of history ends in 1945 It is about a girl who is jilted on her weddingay and her triumphs well that s a pretty regular plotline heroine faces a challenge and comes through in a winning haze It s about a small industrial town in England no grand castles no Cornwall no carriages and characters a la. Lucy Carmichael Margaret Kennedy's tenth novel first published in 1951 and a work by a mature novelist at the height of her powers opens on an unforgettably Hers To Cherish (Verdantia, disastrous scene as the novel's eponymous heroine preparing to savour her weddingay is instead jilted at the altar Lucy Carmichael's recovery from this calamity forms the substance of. ,


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