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The Perils of 1925 (The Chroniclers' Trilogy 1) by [Ingrams, Claire]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 630 KB
  • Print Length: 234 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0080Q6W9E
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
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And it is nice; a good read with interesting characters and lovely footnotes explaining the bits and pieces of 1920's English life for those of us who were not around at the time and haven't studied the period. I thought the main villain was a bit weak and was disposed of more by accident than by the will of one of the heroes. Bulldog Drummond's adversary, Carl Peterson would have been more careful. I shall certainly get the next two volumes.
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The story across all three books kept me gripped and wanting to read more. I would recommend this book to those that like historical type novels. Although each book could be read as individual books in their own rights it was nice to follow the story through 3 decades charting the lives of the different characters and how social standing changed during those 3 decades. A thoroughly enjoyable read with a good fast paced plot.
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I have now read all three books in this series and have not been disappointed. Although I am not a historian I have found nothing to disappoint me in the author's research (which I have unfortunately found too common in many books that I read). I also liked the story being told by the many characters, allowing you to understand more about the way they think as well as moving about in the story to keep you involved. I found myself amused, saddened and wanting to know what was going to happen. An enjoyable way to pass my time.
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I absolutely loved this book!
It is a brilliant mix of eccentric characters and music hall humour with every scene bursting to life from the page with clever description that never gets too wordy.
It is a gripping tale of murder and mayhem, full of life both rich and poor which has so many twists and turns its gripping to the end.
The scenes are set so beautifully its as if you are watching not reading it and with the historical accuracies it would make a fantastic TV adaptation.
I can't wait to see the next two books available.
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I've just been on holiday and greedily devoured this trilogy one after another and have nothing but praise for these wonderful books full of interesting, lively, amusing, likeable, impetuous, annoying, exasperating, humorous, flawed but lovable characters. I have laughed and cried while living their adventures with them and am very sorry that there's only three books. The characters progression over the three books is interesting and very believable, even if the scrapes they find themselves in are rather extraordinary!

Many thanks to Claire Ingrams who created a bally good read all round, what?! :)
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Shades of P G Wodehouse and John Buchan! The story is complicated and gripping, so long as you strenuously suspend disbelief in the outrageously evil villians. I worked it out before the end, but it had me quietly chuckling with the occasional yelp of laughter. I'll buy the other books for another dose.
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