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    PDF FREE Bellewether ë Susanna Kearsley Holy crap it is so boring I've read Kearsley before but not for a few years I don't remember the rest being as bad as this oneI wouldn't say it was BAD bad just so long and dull The story is told from 3 POVs 2 h

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    PDF FREE Bellewether ë Susanna Kearsley Susanna Kearsley ´ 9 read & download 333 stars Review first posted on Fantasy Literature Susanna Kearsley is a popular Canadian novelist who writes historical fiction favoring the

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    free download Bellewether PDF FREE Bellewether ë Susanna Kearsley Susanna Kearsley ´ 9 read & download Another lovely story by Susanna Kearsley Dual timelines mystery ghosts love and romance historical and those twists the author does so well I understand the author was a museum curator at one point in her life With the story

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    review å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Susanna Kearsley Susanna Kearsley ´ 9 read & download free download Bellewether Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review April 24th as I stated in my reviews of both Come from Away and The Husband Hour is going to be an epic day for all of us Canadian book readers and now I have to add Bellewether to that book buying list This is my 10th Susanna Kearsley

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    PDF FREE Bellewether ë Susanna Kearsley free download Bellewether Powerful absorbing and incredibly fascinatingBellewether is an enthralling tale set on the eastern shores of Long Island during the late 1750s

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    review å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Susanna Kearsley PDF FREE Bellewether ë Susanna Kearsley Considering how almost absolutely nothing happens in this book I surprisingly liked it while I was reading it It was only when it ended and we

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    free download Bellewether PDF FREE Bellewether ë Susanna Kearsley Susanna Kearsley ´ 9 read & download I enjoyed this so so much So many endearing characters but Zeb Lydia and Jean Philippe were favorites I appreciate that Kearsley added an authors note explaining her motivations for writing about this time period; “I find people I just feel are reaching out to me They take hold of my heart somehow and I just can’t forget them” Her wr

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    free download Bellewether PDF FREE Bellewether ë Susanna Kearsley As she has with every one of her exuisite time slip novels Susanna Kearsley left me breathless with Bellewether Historical fiction is all abou

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    review å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Susanna Kearsley PDF FREE Bellewether ë Susanna Kearsley If you're looking for a detailed historical read set in the late 1700s surrounding the war between the British and the French on American and Canadian soil you'll love this I have never read anything from this particular conflict though I think maybe I've read something after the fact? and I particularly wasn't familiar with this idea of billeted war prisoners staying in peoples' homes as a mark of their hono

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    free download Bellewether Susanna Kearsley ´ 9 read & download PDF FREE Bellewether ë Susanna Kearsley Susanna Kearsley’s latest book focuses on a house on the eastern shores of Long Island In this dual timeline tale the story alternates between three characters Lydia Jean Phillippe and Charley Lydia and Jean Phillippe live in the 1750’s; Lydia inhabits the house in uestion and Jean Phillippe is a French Canadian lieutenant held there as a captive during the Seven Years’ War Charley lives in the present

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Susanna Kearsley ´ 9 read & download free read Bellewether ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Some houses seem to want to hold their secrets It’s 1759 and the world is at war pulling the North American colonies of Britain and France into the conflict The times are complicated as are the loyalties of many New York merchants who have secretly been trading with the French for years defying Britain’s colonial laws in a game growing ever treacherous When captured French officers are brought to Long Island to be billeted in private homes on their parole of honour. Another lovely story by Susanna Kearsley Dual timelines mystery ghosts love and romance historical and those twists the author does so well I understand the author was a museum curator at one point in her life With the story taking place through the eyes of a curator Charley this latest from Kearsely is well written looking into history from a curators uniue point of view The reader has a front row perspective of our main character in the past timeline living a life unveiled by present day characters and forces replete with ghostiesThe author must have had fun writing with her background in history Provenance is always an element drawing me in to a story This is why historical fiction appeals to me so much Kearsley does a fantastic job pulling together bits of true history and fiction Told in three points of view the reader is carried through the Seven Years War and the current impact on the family Charley researches I don t want to spoil the story but I will say I am a sucker for happily ever afters and in the vein of Kearsley s other stories she does not disappoint with the author s usual mix of present and past Excellent read

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Susanna Kearsley ´ 9 read & download free read Bellewether ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ance becomes a local legend told and re told through the years until the present day when conflict of a different kind brings Charley Van Hoek to Long Island to be the new curator of the Wilde House Museum Charley doesn’t believe in ghosts But as she starts to delve into the history of Lydia and her French officer it becomes clear that the Wilde House holds than just secrets and Charley discovers the legend might not have been telling the whole storyor the whole truth. If you re looking for a detailed historical read set in the late 1700s surrounding the war between the British and the French on American and Canadian soil you ll love this I have never read anything from this particular conflict though I think maybe I ve read something after the fact and I particularly wasn t familiar with this idea of billeted war prisoners staying in peoples homes as a mark of their honour and rank instead of jails but I found the concept totally fascinatingKearsley weaves a family driven story surrounding this very situation and the conflict the Wilde s face when they themselves have had very personal losses in the war and are forced to play host to two very different but very French soldiers At the same time we re in present day Long Island and the Wilde house is being renovated and curated as a museum Charley is recent to the area and in piecing together the story surrounding the famous brother Captain Wilde who commanded the Bellewether and who is to be the focus of the project she is told of a legend surrounding the love affair between the youngest Wilde child a daughter and a French officer But it seems to be just a story not based in fact until Charley starts finding pieces of the puzzle to prove it to be true all the while helped along by a very unlikely allyThe story set in the past had two POVs and I liked them the most I think because it was a slowburn build of trust and understanding and eventually love Whereas the present day events were filled with not so nice people and an even slower damn burn romance if you can believe it Both timelines were enjoyable though at times it was slow going or didn t always keep my interest and yet there was something about this story Not just the unexpected bits or the emotional resonance the emphasis on family but the idea that so much of legend can become history and in some cases we might never know the truth of it So much of this story was like that and in ways than onePart of me hesitates to round this one up because yes there were those not so engaging bits the romance is really mild and hey did I mention the slowness and yet I feel like I can t do anything less BELLEWETHER might not have been particular original in the sense of how the story especially the present day one unfolded but there is a remarkable bit of magic to the telling of it nonetheless I don t know It s hard to describe why this captivated me and all I can say is it did I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher thank you in exchange for an honest review

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Susanna Kearsley ´ 9 read & download free read Bellewether ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub It upends the lives of the Wilde family deeply involved in the treasonous trade and already divided by war Lydia Wilde struggling to keep the peace in her fracturing family following her mother’s death has little time or kindness to spare for her unwanted guests And Canadian lieutenant Jean Philippe de Sabran has little desire to be there But by the war’s end they’ll both learn love honour and duty can form tangled bonds that are not broken easily Their doomed rom. Considering how almost absolutely nothing happens in this book I surprisingly liked it while I was reading it It was only when it ended and well I realized I just read a whole lotta nothin that I decided I couldn t rate this higher than three starsSusana Kearsley has a formula that she uses for everysinglebook It goes like this Two main narrators both female The female narrators live in different time periods One of the female narrators is somehow doing some kind of research that eventually involves the long ago deceased second narrator Both narrators experience some kind of romance The narrations flip back and forth both moving forward in time until they somehow connectNow I am not knocking Kearsley s formula because I have really liked the three other books of hers that I have read so far And despite it s formula this book felt real there s definitely no insta love the characters were three dimensional the setting and time periods were distinct But the plot the plot is where things went wrong NOTHING HAPPENS I mean sure there was finding of historical furniture and fundraisers in the modern timeline There were chores and visitors in the old timeline But there s no action no suspense and there s barely any interaction at all between the narrators and their romantic interests until the very end of the book And then the book ends The biggest travesty of this book for me was view spoiler we don t even get to read Lydia s entire letter hide spoiler

  • Kindle Edition
  • 452
  • Bellewether
  • Susanna Kearsley
  • English
  • 03 August 2018
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