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  • Paperback: 512 pages
  • Publisher: Sphere (12 Sept. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0751550221
  • ISBN-13: 978-0751550221
  • Product Dimensions: 12.6 x 3.2 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 126,758 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A former BBC radio producer, married to author and Independent journalist Brian Viner, Jane Sanderson has used some of her own family history as background for her first novel.

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Set between the lush coast of Jamaica, the whirl of London society and beauty of Yorkshire, an utterly engrossing slice of historical fiction from the acclaimed author of Netherwood and Ravenscliffe

About the Author

Jane Sanderson is a former BBC radio producer, and has used some of her own family history as background for her novels. Her first two novels, Netherwood and Ravenscliffe, are also published by Sphere. She is married to author and journalist Brian Viner. They have three children and live in Herefordshire.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Gobzilla on 18 Sept. 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
I love everything about this series of novels - the endearing characters and their relationships, the sharply observed social history, the particular way that the author flavours the story with Eve's cooking. I gorged on this eagerly awaited and pre-ordered installment, couldn't wait to revisit my favourite characters, relished the exotic exploration to Jamaica and the infusion of culture and cooking that resulted from Eve and Ruby's friendship. But I am already feeling quite empty and sad that I have finished the book. Always hungry for more! Ruby really is a gem of a new character and I sincerely hope her story in Netherwood really is just beginning! Sad that a taste of Ruby's recipes were not shared as per Anna's in Ravenscliffe, but admittedly Tesco don't stock goat here! Also so very glad the heartrending tragedies that have left me sobbing in previous Netherwood chronicles are absent!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 9 Oct. 2013
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The third in the series, a fantastic sequel that is as exotic as it is insightful. As ever with Jane Sanderson's writing it is often the small moments that catch you unaware and leave you sometimes in tears, sometimes chuckling and sometimes just nodding with recognition. Historically accurate, these books, set 100 years ago are not overwhelmed by historical fact, quite the opposite, the historical background gives flavor and context to themes that have resonance to the present. I particularly enjoy exploring the way each character struggles with issues that are relevant to us all, ambition, insecurity, love, motherhood, the simplicity and complexity of just being 'dad'. The hopes, fears, anxieties and arrogance of youth... all life is here, sympathetically observed and a joy to read. It is a story that leaves me wanting more.

The locations of the previous books have been familiar to me, now with the addition of a trip to Jamaica, and the introduction of issues of empire, race and superiority all now interwoven within the confines of one family, this books begs for the next installment.

I need to know how the relationship between Roscoe and Angus blooms in another country... and what it all means for Seth.. How does Ruby settle down, can she be accepted in such a small community in yorkshire? I want to know about Anna and Maya and what the change in climate in the pre-war years mean for them as Russians in the UK... so many questions can't wait for another installment.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jan Fox on 17 Sept. 2013
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I eagerly awaited my pre-order of Eden Falls, and have absolutely loved it; just couldn't put it down. Having read the two earlier books, Netherwood and Ravenscliffe, I felt as though I `knew' the characters, and was delighted to read about their progress, over the three years since the end of Ravenscliffe. Eden Falls introduces many new and equally interesting, varied and believable characters. The story moves seamlessly between settings: Jamaica, where Eve's manipulative brother Silas is trying to encourage English tourists to visit his less than adequate hotel, and persuades Eve to come to the rescue; London, where Henrietta makes a name for herself, to her cost; and Yorkshire, where there is growing unrest in the mining community. Jane Sanderson's lively writing, and vivid descriptions of characters, places and authentic detail are superb, and bring the story alive.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pamela Thomas on 16 Oct. 2013
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The more of Jane Sanderson's books I read, the more I like them. By now Eve, Anna, Lady Henrietta and the others seem like old friends, and the children, too, are beautifully drawn, whether it's the toddler Angus, the sharp tomboy Ellen, or Maya with her serious comments. This book takes us further along the intricately interwoven stories of the inhabitants of Netherwood, but it also transports us to Jamaica, where Eve is summoned by her unlikeable brother Silas to rescue his hotel venture, and meets some wonderful new characters.
Interestingly, the new series of 'Downton Abbey' is currently on screen, inviting comparisons, and I'm afraid the TV series once more comes off the worst. 'Eden Falls' is, of necessity, episodic, but I didn't find the constant switching between settings and characters unsettling as I tend to do when watching 'Downton', especially as Sanderson's people come across as having more depth, more emotion and are portrayed much more realistically. I finished it with a sense of loss at leaving the world she's created, and longing for the next - though I do know, unlike the characters, that the horrors of WW1 are now looming on the horizon, as hinted in the descriptions of the Kaiser and Tsar Nicholas at the Cowes regatta at the end of the book, and I found myself wondering which of the characters would go off to fight. I can quite see Lady Henrietta as a VAD nurse, but fortunately many of the men and boys might be either too old or too young.
Whatever happens to them, hurry up and write it, Jane Sanderson, I can't wait!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lou Lou on 26 Oct. 2013
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Eden Falls is the 3rd book in the series following a cast of characters in early 1900's Netherwood, an industrial village in Yorkshire. The story weaves between rich aristocrats and the working class.

I have read all 3 books in the series now, and although you probably could just pick up any of them at any stage and still become immersed in the intriguing characters lives, personally I was pleased that I had the background knowledge as reading Eden Falls was like becoming reacquainted with dear old friends.

An added bonus is that this book sweeps us along to exotic Jamaica, and introduces us to a whole range of memorable new pals..!

I loved Eden Falls as much as the other two books and I will certainly be looking out for the 4th (please say there will be one!)
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