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- File Size: 1346 KB
- Print Length: 540 pages
- Publisher: Cantello Publications; 2 edition (16 Jan. 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004CRSPOK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 21 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #34,006 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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THAT'LL BE THE DAY. set in the fifties; the prequel to Three Steps to Heaven
Then like that book I couldn't put - THREE STEPS TO HEAVEN; (set in the sixties) down
So have now finished 'Till I Kissed You' (set in the eighties)
I have already purchased and can't wait to read i - ALWAYS ON MY MIND; set in the eighties
And then it will be - NOT FADE AWAY set in the norties
These books are a great read - easy, but full of intrigue, adventure, love and romance and much, much more. I so admire an author that write like Pam Howes
Your can follow her on her Facebook Author's page here https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pam-Howes-Author/260328010709267?fref=ts
These books also come in a box set - Enjoy Folk I did and am
We catch up with Eddie Mellor and the Cantello family, some 20 years on from the first book. It is a smooth transition, with reminders of the important points from series one and written in the same, chatty plot driven style, with plenty of twists and turns.
Set in the eighties, I was perhaps a little more in tune with the era than the first book, and I have to admire the author's skill in keeping the mechanics of those times firmly rooted where they should be within the context of the story.
Great references to Live Aid, pubs in Stockport and Simon Le Bon. Some nice humour; I especially liked the line about the estate agent's teeth not looking out of place in Red Rum's mouth!
This book centers more on the family relationships than the first one; with affairs, surprise pregnancies, a tragic bereavement, sexual discovery and a brother-sister relationship. There's a lot going on, but hey this is rock n roll and The Raiders don't live a quiet life!
Typical of those times, The Raiders are planning a reunion. In the midst of this, Roy Cantello has a midlife crisis and gets himself in a mess with Olivia. The Mellor family are not left out, remember the controversy surrounding Jon's parentage? I liked the thread about Jon and Jess, thinking they were related and falling in love. There is a nice build up to the denouement when they learn the truth.
Yes, Roy is a weak, very naughty boy in this one and there is a lot of cheating, but for me the real hero is loyal, steady Eddie and he provides a nice balance to Roy's philandering. I thought Olivia was painted rather well, and the scenario between Sammy, Olivia and Roy, whether you agree with their action's or not, are, I suspect, typical of that lifestyle.
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