In Borrowed Light (Langani Trilogy) Paperback – 4 Aug 2011
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"I enjoyed [In Borrowed Light] so much that I've bought the first two [books in the Langani series]" (Historical Novels Review)
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for another book by these authors. I have read every book they have written up to now, roll on the next one.
Thoroughly enjoyable. Memories.
The melodrama was perhaps pitched a little too high in this final book: and the murders, political skullduggery, love tangles, accidents and family crisesbecame a bit far-fetched, but basically I loved this book and the first two of the trilogy and am truly sad to say farewell to Langani and to Hanna, Sarah and Camilla.
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I have now read all three of the Langani Trilogy books as I love the detailed African background, having lived there many years myself. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Susan Raeber
I have read all three of the trilogy and wish there were a few more of them. Really enjoyable reading.Published 6 months ago by amber
Having read the first 2 books of the series I was happy to find the characters again and continue their lives. Read morePublished 7 months ago by E. Grunenwald
Loved all three books but the ending was rather predictable. Would recommend especially if you love Africa.Published 7 months ago by Mrs P.
This was my least favourite book in the trilogy. I found it unnecessarily long and predictable.Published 12 months ago by Mrs L Petropoulos