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Praise for R F Delderfield:
'Seldom has the enchantment of young love been so tenderly drawn as in this story' (Literary Guild)
'A charming novel . . . recaptures with refreshing simplicity the awkwardness, excitement and delights of youth.' (New York Times )
R.F. Delderfield is a born storyteller (Sunday Mirror)
He built an imposing artistic social history that promises to join those of his great forebears in the long, noble line of the English novel. His narratives belong in a tradition that goes back to John Galsworthy and Arnold Bennett (Life Magazine)
Sheer, wonderful storytelling (Chicago Tribune)
Highly recommended. Combines tension with a splendid sense of atmosphere and vivid characterisation. An excellent read (Sunday Express)
'A charming novel . . . recaptures with refreshing simplicity the awkwardness, excitement and delights of youth.' (New York Times)
It is always a pleasure to read R F Delderfield, because he never seems to be ashamed of writing well . . . Today he is a bestseller wherever English language books are read (Books and Bookmen)
Mr Delderfield's manner is easy, modest, heartwarming (Evening Standard) --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
'Sheer, wonderful storytelling' - Chicago Tribune - in this bestselling novel now being reissued as a Great Read. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.See all Product Description
If you Love romance, war, class struggle and history, YOU¨LL love this book. Well writen and interesting to boot, worth the money.Published 20 months ago by David Bolton
This is a very well written and emotional story which you will find difficult to put down and like me will want to pick and read again from time to time.Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
brilliant love story an sad end to the story . read it lot of time very good book to readPublished on 4 May 2013 by john A'hern