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Finishing the story but just a little predictable.,
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This review is from: The Right True End (Black Swan) (Paperback)
I have thoroughly enjoyed the trilogy and this is a very fitting end. The relationship of Donna's boy to Vic was probably clear from book two but even so the story builds in a wholly entertaining and suspenceful way. There books are brilliantly written and without doubt will harmonise with those readers in the 60 to 70 years age group; indicative of life and living from the mid 50s to the mid 70s. Stan barstow brings so much of my life (and probably of most readers) into a vivid memory and he factually portrays the relationships that are present in most families in those days both in Yorkshire and elsewhere in the North of England.
This trio of books is wonderful observation, escapism and to top it all has a happy ending! Go read them.