Julian Fellowes's Belgravia: A tale of secrets and scandal set in 1840s London from the creator of DOWNTON ABBEY Paperback – 3 Nov 2016
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Written with brio, the novel races along with all the page-turning suspense of a thriller . . . a clever, involving read that brilliantly summons up a bygone world (Fanny Blake WOMAN & HOME)
GH LOVES . . . DOWNTON ABBEY creator Julian Fellowes is bringing back the serialised novel . . . Set in the grand houses of 1840s London, this historical novel is full of secrets (GOOD HOUSEKEEPING)
It gets off to a cracking start, with a cross-class love affair . . . a 21st-century immersive experience, with its roots in the great literary tradition of serial publication . . . [a] stunning new story (MAIL ON SUNDAY)
A story that is making publication history by appearing first, week by week, on a downloadable app . . . ground-breaking (TELEGRAPH)
simply a wonderful read. Fellowes is as witty as ever, yet again capturing those discerning older, upper-class women perfectly... a modern classic that will fill any Downton-shaped hole. (DAILY EXPRESS)
Belgravia is a jolly romp about Fellowes's favourite subject, class... it will probably cheer up quite a lot of people. (SUNDAY TIMES)
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I have already started to recommend it to my friends
It is one of those books that the first few pages are a little slow and then once you get into it you feel very sorry it's about the finish and you start reading more slowly so that it doesn't finish !!
I loved it ! Julian Fellowes is an excellent author and I can't wait for his next oeuvre.