173 days ago
"The Far Pavillions", "Hawaii", "London" by Rutherfurd, "The Outlander," "Anne of Green Gables" (never too old for it) and many more historical novels and some thrillers as well. Have just discovered Robert Goddard--his thrillers are great.
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Beautiful lyrical writing tells me I am going to love this story. I am always fascinated by Indian culture and my all time favorite is "The Far Pavilions."
My only suggestion would be that you shorten the chapters for ease of reading on line.
Betty K "The Merchant's Daughter"...
I normally would not be drawn to this type of book, but I think it will be most helpful to young people who are in the throes of becoming adults. The writing is excellent, so for that reason I am putting in on my shelf.
Betty K "The Tea Merchant's Daughter"
A fascinating subject beautifully written. Perhaps a little overwritten in some places. For example in the first two paragraphs of the actual story there are too many adjectives and adverbs, but a good edit will help this. (I wondered about 'flaccidly". Not sure it is the right adjective here.
This is beautifully written in a literary style that is enhanced because you are writing in your second language. Some of the narrative is extremely poetic although difficult to read quickly. One would have to take time with this book and I would hope to get back and do some more.
Having recently finished Philippa Gregory's "The White Queen", I really am enjoying this. Fills in where Gregory leaves off. Fascinating reading and well done.
Betty K "The Merchant's Dilemma"