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In Consequence: A Retelling of North and South Kindle Edition

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3751 KB
  • Print Length: 363 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HVS5KHC
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Trudy Brasure is known throughout the worldwide community of avid "North and South" fans for her knowledge of and insights on Elizabeth Gaskell's story and characters. She has spent the past six years actively discussing and studying "North and South" and other Victorian literature.

Trudy began her own personal romance story with a whirlwind courtship. Her married life started in a picturesque colonial town on the coast of Massachusetts. Now, with the addition of three children and a small menagerie of pets, she lives on the sunny side of the San Francisco bay area.

As a hopeless romantic and an fervent enthusiast for humanity's progress, she loves almost nothing more than to engage in discussion about "North and South." Find her at MoreThanThornton.com

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I ordered this book having loved A heart for Milton so I had high hopes. I wasn't disappointed, This book is recommended for any hopeless romantic and I enjoyed every minute. It goes in to much more detail about John and Margaret's relationship and for anyone who was disappointed with the original North and South ending this gives you more than enough romance. I couldn't put this down and will soon be re reading it.
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I enjoyed Trudy's first book "A Heart for Milton" so much, and this one is just as good. She has such a deep understanding of her characters and writes John and Margaret's love and passion for each other so well. This story is a retelling rather than a continuation story, a "What if.." So because events have turned out differently we get to see John and Margaret's relationship develop more slowly. It is written so well and is so incredibly romantic and passionate. I loved this book and hope Trudy continues her wonderful writing.
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This is a variation on North and South by Mrs Elizabeth Gaskell, which is one of my favourite books. If you’ve never read it I would heartily recommend it. Margaret Hale’s family relocates from the countryside, in the south of England to an industrial town in the North of England, a fictional place called Milton in ‘Darkshire’. Here she comes face to face with some harsh realities of life, sees want in its more unpleasant forms and meets young mill-owner Mr John Thornton. Margaret doesn’t appreciate Mr Thornton’s point of view on many things, including how he deals with his workers. Over time both of their viewpoints change – he starts to see the viewpoint of his workers, and takes a more humanitarian view, and she starts to better understand some of the pressures he works under, and gives him the credit he deserves for being such a strong and honourable self-made man.

I was a little thrown when Margaret’s hair colour was changed in first line of the prologue to be red instead of black, but I soon felt a bit more at home with the characters. This story picks up around the time of the riot. The mill workers in Milton are striking for more pay and Thornton has brought in mill hands from Ireland, which causes his workers to riot in protest. In the original Margaret goads him into going outside to face the mob to explain his viewpoint as she naively believes that he wouldn’t be in danger, being one man against many. In North and South Margaret realises her mistake when she sees people in the crowds with stones, and she rushes out to protect Thornton, as one human defending another, nothing more, and she gets injured. Here, although she attempts to protect Mr Thornton, he is the one who gets hit by the stone.
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I found this book very hard to put down! The story has several twists from the original novel, and answers all the "what ifs"!!! I would recommend this book to all the people who haven't tired of John Thornton and Margaret Hale!
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Wonderful small twists that strengthen the characters I fell in love with. Cannot put into words how pleased I was with this book.
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