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  1. says:

    The Gates of Rutherford is a historical fiction look at life during World War I It is a companion book to Rutherford Hall This book reminds me a lot of shows like Upstairs Downstairs and Downton Abbey In The Gates of Rutherford there is still a huge cast and much of it centers on a new marriage where the coupl

  2. says:

    If you like Downton Abbey then you will enjoy this book Reminiscent of a past era the book follows the lives and loves of t

  3. says:

    The first book in the series is fabulous I gave it five stars The second book is mediocre I gave it three stars But this final novel falls flat It is boring and disjointed Cooke expends far too much wasted energy

  4. says:

    This is the first book and first introduction I have had to the Cavendish family Yet this did not deter me from having a pleasant time reading this book While I did find the family to be a bit dysfunctional I still felt their strong sense of

  5. says:

    35 stars This is the concluding book of the trilogy Charlotte features prominently in this book with a marriage to a blind soldier that goes terribly awry Octavia has moved forward with her life towards happiness and Louisa is deeply

  6. says:

    Last book in the trilogy War still rages on the continent in 1917 and Charlotte marries Preston the blind soldier whom she has nursed back to health All is not what it seems in this marriage and Charlotte is ver

  7. says:

    Too many characters too much inner turmoil to really sink in and enjoy this book It was so hard to connect with the characters and the plot was thin at best I just didn’t like the folks in this book either Self centered erratic prone to hysteria for no good reasonPerhaps I should have read the other books in this serie

  8. says:

    Too many characters so none were fleshed out enough to care about

  9. says:

    World War 1 definitely changed the English aristocracyI really liked this series Easy read but the story keeps you engaged

  10. says:

    Loved it

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The Gates of Rutherford

Happier about this The young man hails from a well established and wealthy family in Kent and he’s solid and respectable They hope he’s the one to tame their notoriously headstrong daughterBut as time passes Charlotte slowly comes to the realization that she is not truly happy And for a reason she is only just beginning to understand A reason she dare not reveal to the family or the world?. World War 1 definitely changed the English aristocracyI really liked this series Easy read but the story keeps you engaged

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Return to the statley environs of Rutherford Park and the embattled Cavendish family from the author of The Wild Dark Flowers The rain fell softly on the day that she was to be marriedSometimes the longing for the old untouched days at Rutherford would return to her; the innocence of it all the feeling that England would never changeCharlotte Cavendish has been dreaming of her old home at Ruthe. The first book in the series is fabulous I gave it five stars The second book is mediocre I gave it three stars But this final novel falls flat It is boring and disjointed Cooke expends far too much wasted energy on long stretches of what amounts to literary ennui Cooke also leaves readers with an extremely unsatisfying denouement As she moves this third in the series into modern times her storylines become artificial and forced Characters become shallow parodies of themselves The depth subtlety and richness with which Cooke textured the first novel is sadly missing from this one Tall man riding. rain fell softly on the day that she was to be marriedSometimes the longing for the old untouched days at Rutherford would The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory return to her; the innocence of it all the feeling that England would never changeCharlotte Cavendish has been dreaming of her old home at Ruthe. The first book in the series is fabulous I gave it five stars The second book is mediocre I gave it three stars But this final novel falls flat It is boring and disjointed Cooke expends far too much wasted energy on long stretches of what amounts to literary ennui Cooke also leaves The Big Golden Book of Poetry readers with an extremely unsatisfying denouement As she moves this third in the series into modern times her storylines become artificial and forced Characters become shallow parodies of themselves The depth subtlety and NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW richness with which Cooke textured the first novel is sadly missing from this one

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Rford Park It is April 1917; she is nineteen years old And everywhere there is change The war still rages on the Continent where her brother fights for the Royal Flying Corps Her parents’ marriage is in jeopardy with her mother falling for a charming American in LondonBut not all is grim Charlotte is marrying Preston the blinded soldier whom she nursed back to health Her parents couldn’t be. Last book in the trilogy War still rages on the continent in 1917 and Charlotte marries Preston the blind soldier whom she has nursed back to health All is not what it seems in this marriage and Charlotte is very unhappy Charlotte s brother is in the Royal Flying Corps and is in Europe Charlotte s mother has fallen in love with an american who went away but now has come back into her life All in all the family is in turmoil Charlotte confides in her friend that she has been physically abused in her marriage and has now left her husband Family members are lost in the war but life must go on but at what cost The Numbers Game rages on the Continent where her brother fights for the Royal Flying Corps Her parents’ marriage is in jeopardy with her mother falling for a charming American in LondonBut not all is grim Charlotte is marrying Preston the blinded soldier whom she nursed back to health Her parents couldn’t be. Last book in the trilogy War still Tall man riding. rages on the continent in 1917 and Charlotte marries Preston the blind soldier whom she has nursed back to health All is not what it seems in this marriage and Charlotte is very unhappy Charlotte s brother is in the Royal Flying Corps and is in Europe Charlotte s mother has fallen in love with an american who went away but now has come back into her life All in all the family is in turmoil Charlotte confides in her friend that she has been physically abused in her marriage and has now left her husband Family members are lost in the war but life must go on but at what cost

  • Paperback
  • 384
  • The Gates of Rutherford
  • Elizabeth Cooke
  • English
  • 03 August 2017
  • 9780425277195