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The book is well written, in proper English- very often a good story is ruined by poor English, but not in this case. The descriptive prose flows off the page. It is well paced, the first half of the book is gentle, drawing you into the lives of the characters before the pace picks up and secrets are exposed. It is also incredibly well researched, particularly the events of 9/11 and descriptions of clouds.
The characters are beautifully drawn, flawed and human - you are really rooting for them to find solutions and happiness.
As with other reviewers I will not give the plot away but I genuinely didn't see it coming- that's the only clue you'll get!
The only thing that makes me unhappy is that I have finished it and won't be able to look forward to another chapter each evening! I am looking forward to reading more of Jayne's books
It's an incredibly well written story, told by a true raconteur, that intrigues, delights and at times wrenches the heart, with just the right amount of twists and turns.
It kept my attention steadfast throughout and although I didn't quite read it in one go, it was very difficult to tear myself away.
I will be looking for more by this author.
Having also read Jayne Lockwood's Closer than Blood I can safely say that she is not afraid to tell things as they are, and neither are her characters. Favouring to some extent the unconventional, Jayne Lockwood paints as honest picture of people with their flaws unhidden but forgiven where appropriate. The Cloud Seeker's cast are easy to believe in, indeed I found myself recognising some of the characteristics of many of the characters from real life.
This is a really enjoyable read - lovely for UK readers who can recognise their own environment and society, but also a brilliant insight to non-UK readers, into the realities of life in the beautiful British countryside.
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