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The Seven Sisters (The Seven Sisters #1) Author: Lucinda Riley Genre: Historical Fiction, Romance Publisher: Atria Release Date: 2015 Pages: 463 Source: My State Public Library Synopsis: Maia D’Apliese and her five sisters gather together at their childhood home, “Atlantis”—a fabulous, secluded castle situated on the shores of Lake Geneva—having been told that their beloved father, who adopted them all as babies, has died. Each of them is handed a tantalizing clue to her true heritage—a clue which takes Maia across the world to a crumbling mansion in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Once there, she begins to put together the pieces of her story and its beginnings. Eighty years earlier in Rio’s Belle Epoque of the 1920s, Izabela Bonifacio’s father has aspirations for his daughter to marry into the aristocracy. Meanwhile, architect Heitor da Silva Costa is devising plans for an enormous statue, to be called Christ the Redeemer, and will soon travel to Paris to find the right sculptor to
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I like your blog. Not stuffy and it is well written. I am writing a novella on The Gordon Riots and I am always glad to know that no one else, as far as I know, written a fiction work on the same subject.
Ms D, Looked up.your site and read the extract. Good but not really a young persons book. And for an historical fiction work, agreeably brief.
Do not understand why you are not blogging about the situation in the Ukraine. Any decent, up to date, blog would get plenty of attention and potential readers of other stuff.
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I can't thank you enough for your lovely review of my debut novel Port of No Return. I loved that you were by gripped by the story and embraced the message of "never giving up". Your comments have meant a lot to me. Your review was also beautifully written. Thank you again.
I would welcome a review of my recently-published novel, *Regarding Tiberius*. Links below:
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The book features a female protagonist and is heavily influenced by the historical research and conjecture of Adrienne Mayor.
Dear Lauralee, Thank you so much for your kind words about A Lady in the Smoke! I especially loved that you found the book to be about friendship, love, and family secrets. Yes, I find English history fascinating, especially railways and medicine and law because these elements of the 1870s were changing people's lives day-to-day. But you named the themes that I find most compelling--the heartfelt relationships that move us to acts of loyalty, self-sacrifice, painful discovery, and kindness. Thank you so much for reading! Best, Karen OddenReplyDelete
Thanks! I really loved the story!ReplyDelete
Please consider reviewing "Away at War: A Civil War Story of the Family Left Behind." It is the story of my g-g-grandmother and her two young daughters (plus infant son) as they struggled to keep the family farm together for the expected return of their husband/father. It is the companion to "My Dear Wife and Children: Civil War Letters from a 2nd Minnesota Volunteer." Details of their lives were gleaned from the letters he wrote home in response to those they had written him.ReplyDelete