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All Change (Cazalet Chronicles) Paperback – Unabridged, 27 Mar 2014
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Elizabeth Jane Howard is one of those novelists who shows, through her work, what the novel is for . . . She helps us to do the necessary thing – open our eyes and our hearts. (Hilary Mantel)
The fifth and final book in the landmark Cazalet Chronicles, previously a BBC radio and TV series. All Change follows the characters of a privileged family coming to terms with life in post-war England.See all Product description
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I found the book a fine conclusion to the series. The story of the Cazalets, across five books, is akin to the story of Widmerpool in 'A Dance to the Music of Time', across 12: a classic. Read them all!
The children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren are in a world where financial security can no longer be guaranteed and sacrifices have to be made. The 3 sons, now in their sixties are struggling to find their place in this rapidly changing world whilst their children are living increasingly modern lives – a world where women are not tied to the home but free to balance their ambitions with the roles of being a wife and a mother.
However, it is Rachel who faces the biggest challenge of the 4 Cazalet children. Having lived her life for others and never had a job or done anything for herself – how will she fare when she finds herself alone in the world – a world that she has never really participated in because she has always been too busy being there for others.
As usual, Elizabeth Jane Howard doesn’t disappoint, it is such a shame that this will be the final book in what has been an amazing and ever so enjoyable series.