Linda Fullerton

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (36 of 36)
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,973,321 - Total Helpful Votes: 36 of 36
The Road To Lichfield by Penelope Lively
The Road To Lichfield by Penelope Lively
26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Over the course of the few months between her first visit to her father in the nursing home where he lies in deteriorating health, Anne Linton's outlook on life changes dramatically. She sees her father in a new light and by extension, her own marriage. She is forced to look anew at the implications of the past and the relevance of history, the subject she teaches, in day to day life.
A touching romance evolves and the reader is pulled in as many directions as are the well drawn and believable characters. Every detail in this cleverly written novel, in which so much is said with so little, is interwoven into the theme of a woman on the threshold of mid-life. The depiction of human… Read more
Let's Meet On Platform 8 by Carole Matthews
Let's Meet On Platform 8 by Carole Matthews
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Let's Meet on Platform 8 materfully combines humour and poignancy - the story is both lighthearted and deep. As a one-time commuter to an area of London close to Euston station the scenes jumped off the page for me and brought back many memories. The plot is sensitively told - a refreshing change from the usual depiction of extra-marital affairs - Teri was no self-centred sordid 'bit on the side' for Jamie. The characters are real people I can easily identify with. The momentum of witty humour was sustained throughout the book. I look forward to reading more of Carole Matthew's work

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