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- Listening Length: 13 hours and 15 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Limited
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 30 Jan. 2014
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00HV66VT0
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This novel is about these two families and their entwined lives and how a tragedy affects them all.
An engaging read with some interesting and colourful characters, though too many to take in at once, thankfully the author has a list at the beginning of the book,much needed!
Cavendon Hall did not disappoint me as it swept me through the end of the Edwardian era to post World War I.
This tale of the Inghams, an aristocratic English family, and the Swanns, who are bound to the Inghams by loyalty kept me turning the pages until late at night.
Not only does Barbara Taylor-Bradford bring a large cast of characters to life but she neither avoids describing shocking events nor fails to convey joy,
I am looking forward to reading the sequel, Cavendale Women in which, in the author’s own words “the Swanns and Inghams will tell their own stories.”
The main era of the book is just prior and during the First World War and though there was some mention of the war this book really based the story on the goings on of the household and those who lived in and the surrounding lands. This was one book which I know I will return too as the author Barbara Taylor Bradford is well known for not only being a great story teller but she can bring her characters alive through excellent writing. The main characters were for me Charles Ingham and his family especially the beautiful Lady Daphne Ingham plus her delightful younger sister Dulcie who always had me smiling whenever she was part of the storyline.
Why I liked this book so much was the constant story developed throughout, there was no slow times - everything mattered to the story for me there was no wasted words which makes a great read for me.
The reason I reduced my star rating was mainly because at times the story-line was just too sweet and rather far fetched, I do not know if this was because of the audio narration as the actual narrator was a bit annoying when doing the separate accents and voices but that was only my own personal opinion. For me it did not take away this was an excellent story and I am now looking forward to the next book in the series The Cavendon Women and I am hoping Cecily Swann has a stronger role in the story-line.Read more ›
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Brilliant enjoyed ever word!
Reminded me a little if woman of substance!
Well worth reading ready further next just instalment!
Held me spellbound from the start to finish. Intriguing plot, interesting characters all bound together so well. I love her books.Published 26 days ago by Ann Thornett
A good read, if you miss downton Abby you will love this. I enjoyed it so much I am now reading the next one in the series to see how the family's are progressing.Published 1 month ago by BEllen
Can't wait to read the next book to find out what happens to both familiesPublished 1 month ago by beth dowling
EXCELENT READ. I AM EAGERLY WAITING FOR THE THIRD BOOK TO BE RELEASEDPublished 1 month ago by margaret thornthwaite
Delivery good and quality of disc good. Story not up to usual standard in my opinion.Published 1 month ago by Enid Hoyle
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