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One Summer in Malta by [Moorcroft, Sue]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 360 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0060MKSHW
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #65,639 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tina Danzey is an artist, the guardian to her three-year-old nephew Jack following the death of his parents and just getting over a break-up with her boyfriend Lee. She goes to Malta for the summer, to stay at the home of her friend Roslyn, whose family run craft workshops and whilst there meets up again with Brad, Roslyn's brother. Situations in the past mean that Brad, also Lee's friend, views her with some suspicion and when Claire, Jack's other auntie, turns up out of the blue it looks as though Tina's summer isn't going to be quite so bright after all. A standalone ebook, originally a serial for The People's Friend, this highlights Sue doing what she does best - pulling together a diverse and well drawn set of characters, inserting them into a believable and fully realised location and seeing what happens. As I've mentioned before, I prefer Sue's novels to her serials (for a variety of reasons: I think she works brilliantly at novel length and they are, in her own words, a bit "hotter") but that shouldn't detract from the quality evident here. The story runs at a great pace, fully engaging the reader and you find yourself quickly rooting for the characters (and she does write children well), whilst luxuriating in the evocative descriptions of a sun-kissed Malta. A great read, ideal for the summer, I highly recommend this.
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I particularly enjoyed the characters in this sweet novella. Malta is described so invitingly, that it almost becomes a character itself!
''Tina Danzey has looked after her 3-year-old nephew Jack since the death of his parents. Enjoying a wonderful summer on Malta at the home of Tina's friend Roslyn and her family, Tina becomes a tutor for one of their craft workshops. Things become complicated when Roslyn's brother Brad arrives back at the family home, soon followed by Jack's other aunt, the over-anxious Claire.''
I enjoyed the setting so much that Malta is now one of my must-visit places.
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This lovely book is well written and easy to read, lots of information about Malta - if you know this island then you will recognise lots of things in the book. I really enjoyed this and was sad to finish the book
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Probably good as a short story in a magazine, but as an e-book it didn't work. The dialogue was stilted and I wish someone had taken the time to proof read this before selling it to the public. Missing words and poor punctuation completely spoiled it.
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I Chose this book, simply because I have holidayed in Malta for many years. 'One Summer in Malta' is a lovely easy read, it's depiction of Malta and the people is uncannily accurate. I enjoyed this book so much I have gone on to read other books by the same author. Go on give it a go! x
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i got this book on kindle and i loved it. the discriptions of the places on the island and the story was good and kept you turning the pages. if you havent ever been to malta this book is a good way to visit it hope there is more book to come.
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Lovely, romantic story. Well written, believable characters. Not too complicated but good enough to keep me reading, definitely up to Sue Moorcroft's usual high standard.
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Another good story from Sue Moorcroft. Easy to read and got through it quickly. It finished a bit too quickly for me, but still looking forward to another book of hers.
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