Aurora Floyd;: A domestic story; from " Temple Bar. "
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I did quite enjoy the actual Auror Floyd when I finally got to it!
a splendid novel.
I will admit that I did struggle with this book to start of. Whilst by the end I understood the need for Aurora's heritage to be shown, at the beginning it seemed an irrelevant chapter and I wont lie it did throw me into a small confusion, in fact the first few chapters did as everything gets set up very quickly before a hundred and fifty pages of gentle hinting and romantic interludes which didn't thrill me. It was the last 170 pages or so that made the wait worthwhile as the twists and turns I wasn't expecting suddenly came to light. Ok so the plot isnt too far from Lady Audley's Secret but I loved the characters both good and bad in this book so very much. If you like Victoriana, melodrama, classics and sensation novels then this is a must read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Read this for uni. Was my favourite book on the reading list. A beautifully written and compelling piece of Victorian sensation fiction.Published 7 months ago by Christina
The Kindle version is not the correct book - this is not "Aurora Floyd" or any other work by Mary Braddon.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
do not buy - this is nothing like the full version and is full of typos and omissions!Published 16 months ago by V Adams
I am still reading this book and I love it, I cant wait to read more of Mary Elizabeth Braddens booksPublished 20 months ago by Rachel
This book has it all; Love, Deceipt, Lies, Envy, Treachery, Intrigue, Loyalty, Murder even.
I thoroughly recommend it, a great read.
The author had done full justice to the novel and whetted the appetite of the Victorian readers who had an insatiable appetite for reading sensational novels. Read morePublished on 19 Dec. 2012 by C. L. Muralidharan