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Fairfield Hall by [Dickinson, Margaret]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 247 customer reviews

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A matter of honour. A sense of duty. A time for courage.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1267 KB
  • Print Length: 497 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1447237242
  • Publisher: Pan; Main Market Ed. edition (13 Feb. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GZQQBC4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 247 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,651 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Thoroughly good read. margaret Dickinson has excellent excelled herself again. An intriguing story from start to finish
.I wad enthralled throughout
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A good story but with some unfinished business. Things just didn’t happen. I waited for some solutions to some affairs to develop and nothing happened! So unfinished!!
Also quite unrealistic at some points. I found it difficult to imagine the face of a teenager with all this unreasonable description of her personality. I could only see the face of a forty something. Hard as I tried I couldn’t picture the face of a teenager, as she was described as a person with a lot of knowledge about almost, if not, everything. A very determined mind and a lot of life experience, a self-sufficient, hard worker, capable of solving any situations at all. The confidence of a person who had a lot of life experience in many aspects. I actually thought it was a joke. At the beginning I could see a young mischievous teenager. Then, suddenly, in a matter of weeks, appeared this person with this most impressive outstanding behaviour, and skills capable to carry out any tasks, independently of how great or small they were. Her talents and competences are those of a person with simply a lot of experience in the workplace and in life itself. She was portrayed as this most remarkable woman. Well, she was only a teenager with a mind of this much older person. I am not saying that teenagers cannot have a remarkable personality and character. But the life experience that the character has, is just not possible for a teenager to have, not even if the teenager is a genius. One needs life and work experience to show what one is capable of in some aspects of life. Nobody can have so much experience within a few weeks in any business, let along in every aspect of life too!!! Suddenly her chronological age was forgotten and she became a fifty plus woman (in her mind only). Sorry but the description of the personality and the responsibilities of the main character were ridiculous and quite irritating.
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Fairfield hall is the first book by Margaret Dickinson that I have read it was a good story with a good plot lots of twists and turns and romance will be down loading another of her books give this author a go
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Margaret Dickinson gets better all the time. I have read a number of her books, but this one is the best so far. I liked the way the story flowed. The main character held me spellbound and brought tears to my eyes. She was truly a remarkable and compassionate character. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys family stories. I look forward to reading more of Margaret Dickinson's books as they become available on Kindle.
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Another gripping story from Margaret Dickinson. It gripped me from the first page till the excellent end, which closed leaving the reader satisfied. Well done.
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Annabel Constantine is the only child of the wealthy and ambitious fish merchant Ambrose. Ambrose has aspirations not only for himself but for his daughter and any grandchildren he may have. Launching his daughter into London society - only made possible by his connections, the one ambition of Ambrose is to secure a title for his daughter and any future grandchildren. To what lengths will the scheming Ambrose go to in order for him to get what he wants?
The book moves through the years charting Annabel's rise and fall but only in the fields of Flanders will things finally be decided.
This was a good read but it was a shame that the book did not move between the past and present day. Also more of the book dedicated to the time during the First World War would have been good. The end felt rather rushed almost as if a deadline had be reached and all the ends had to be quickly tied up.
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I really like Margaret Dickinson's work but only gave this 4 stars - on its own it's a really good read but in comparison with some of her other work it did feel a little bit like going over old ground. If you haven't read any of her stuff before and like historical drama you'll love it
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This was one of the best books I have read in quite a while. The story of Annabel being 'tricked' into a marriage by her ruthless parents who paid her husband to marry her was terrible. Her husband , a Lord , needed the money to save his home but no thought was given to the workers on his estate. The new Lady Annabel reverses their fortunes and is loved by all but her husband and sister in law. Annabel is treat terribly by her husband , but she survives and goes on to have a very eventful life.
The storyline is so unique and also believable. Hats off to Margaret Dickinson , a wonderful book with a good start , gripping middle and well written ending ( which is quite rare in some books ! )
I can highly recommend Fairfield Hall.
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