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Lett von den Geheimnissen der Kindheit und den Tragödien des Lebens und entführt ihre Leser mitten in den Kontinent des Herzens. I almost decided that I wasn t going to finish this book but since I was almost half way into it I decided to finish it An amazing thing happened as I got d

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The Children's Hour

Ch die Ankunft eines Fremden erst vollkommen aber auch sehr zerbrechlich wird Mit unvergesslichen Charakteren erzählt Marcia Wil. For the first couple of chapters or so I didn t think I was going to like this book the main characters were introduced in a rather higgledy piggledy manner I

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Für die junge Lydia und ihre Kinder ist Ottercombe House an der Südküste Englands eine Insel des Glücks Eines Glücks das dur. Charming story about dealing with love loss and family Sort of Rosamund Pilcher light Brave use of present tense for the flashback scenes of wartime England b


10 thoughts on “The Children's Hour

  1. says:

    Charming story about dealing with love loss and family Sort of Rosamund Pilcher light Brave use of present tense

  2. says:

    35I picked up this book because it sounded like it was about an idyllic childhood It was It takes place in England in the 1930s and there are five children in a big old house near the sea Their mother enchants all of them when she reads to them It was a lovely picture so far removed from our world at the momentIt was enchanting but the tale became so much Two of the children are now elderly ladies still livi

  3. says:

    Old folk reminiscingMarcia Willet started writing at the age of fifty and has since written 20 novels It is not surprising then that this book was peopled with old folk all churning up distant memories I listened to the Audible version read by June Barry who is also getting on in years and by the end I could feel my hair

  4. says:

    I did not like this book here or thereI did not like this book anywhereSo many secrets So many things that circled back but it felt forcedIt felt fake and sugar coated and frankly it just bored meI picked it up and read because I confused it with another book of the almost same name And ugh I did not like this one bit Sorry Willett I'm sure you are a lovely person and we can have tea together but your book was just not for me

  5. says:

    Before I begin I should point out that I have read the 2007 German paperback edition of Willett's 'The Children's Hour' titled 'Das Spiel der

  6. says:

    For the first couple of chapters or so I didn't think I was going to like this book the main characters were introduced in a rather higgledy piggledy manner I was struggling to work out who were the peripheral characters I wrongly categorised one as such who were the main characters how they fitted in with one anotherBUT I soon found mysel

  7. says:

    This book was OK The story is uite interesting but it was spoilt by the painfully slow build up The author was obviously trying slowly to develop the characters but it began to become annoying with the constant references and descriptions of dogs going for walks and cups of tea I liked the switching between the past and present and I was keen to know what all the 'secrets' were It was almost like a grown up ve

  8. says:

    I almost decided that I wasn’t going to finish this book but since I was almost half way into it I decided to finish it An amazing thing happened as I got deeper into it I grew attached to each of the characters and their lives I love that there were dogs in it and that they were mentioned uite often I also love the English setting as I lived in England for 10 years When it ended I was sad to lose touch with the characters

  9. says:

    I actually didn't finish this book found it very dull and slow I was halfway through and nothing had happened I tried reading a few chapters fro

  10. says:

    Not a particularly challenging book but an easy read

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