I tend to prefer Jude Morgan as well. This sounds very appealing even though I am not a great fan of the Regency period. I do like stories that examine family dynamics, though, so I think I would enjoy this. You should try it! You are commenting using your WordPress.
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Skip to content. Share this: Facebook Twitter Email Print. Like this: Like Loading The dyslexic though nobody refers to it as it's not been invented yet Lottie is deliciously precocious, asking the sort of questions that we readers would probably ask given half a chance. The mollycoddled Horatio changes totally as the novel progresses, becoming playful and making me cry as he spends more time with her and away from the awful Mrs Kemp. Apologies if I'm judging her by modern day standards but a second wet haddock may prove unnecessary. The language is pseudo-classic in that Libby Dineley has captured the elegance of the writing while making it more understandable to the modern mind than the Regency writers could.
There are moments when I felt as if things were going a little slowly but they were few and far between. When all's said and done, it is a truth universally acknowledged that E A Dineley has a glowing future ahead of her as a novelist. Ok, perhaps not universally acknowledged just yet, but give it time; this particular novel is a very good place to start.
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The Death of Lyndon Wilder and the consequences thereof – E A Dineley (2013)
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