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The Cazalets story continues,
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This review is from: All Change (The Cazalet Chronicle Book 5) (Kindle Edition)
This book brings the family into the 1950s as we are reacquainted with old friends in a changing world and changing circumstances. This book really needs to be read in conjunction with the foregoing volumes but even then there are now so many family members that it is difficult to keep track of which children belong to who, in the end I gave up referring to the family tree and just went with the story and it didn't really matter that I wasn't too sure of exact parentage.
Whilst reading I was acutely aware that this was the final book in the saga so was expecting events to be tied up by the end. I was relieved to find they weren't, and hope that this means another volume will be forthcoming. It is a gentle read, and the saga overall describes well the events and emotions that individuals experienced over changing history and attitudes.
I had planned to take my time reading this book, but got so involved that I read it in one day.
I do hope that there will be another volume - there is so much more that needs to be explored as to what becomes of the family in their changed circumstances as they adapt into the 60s.