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Free download The Landower Legacy ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Victoria Holt ✓ 5 Free read Free read The Landower Legacy Against her shy pretty sister It also brings her the man of her dreams Paul Landowerdark mysterious trapped in his own pasta past that may include a legacy of murder. 45 stars This gothic mystery romance has everything I want in a story moors manors and murder I m not sure why this author s books haven t stood the test of time they re extremely readable full of brooding paramours and windswept moors and I was pleasantly surprised by the uality of the writing I read Holt s Mistress of Mellyn over and over as a lovelorn teenager but had never read anything else by her until now Whereas that book reads like a pulpier Rebecca I was surprised to find this book felt akin to David Copperfield a coming of age story in Victorian England where a young woman learns the world is a harder place than she realized But she s feisty and independent and strong willed a character you want pull for much than that whiny Copperfield My only complaint was that the ending was a bit rushed and while these books won t win any literary awards I ve learned this is definitely an author I enjoy reading Mother Clap's Molly House (Methuen Drama) young woman learns the world is a harder place than she realized But she s feisty and independent and strong willed a character uestions to a Zen Master Political and Spiritual Answers from the Great Japanese Master you want pull for much than that whiny Copperfield My only complaint was that the ending was a bit rushed and while these books won t win any literary awards I ve learned this is definitely an author I enjoy reading

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Free download The Landower Legacy ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Victoria Holt ✓ 5 Free read Free read The Landower Legacy Green eyed Caroline Tressidor has the whole world at her feet But at ueen Victoria's Golden Jubilee Caroline lets slip a secret It is nearly fatal Caroline's promisin. Caroline Tressidor lets slip A Very Important Fact to her father which gets her shunted off to the countryside disinherited and forced to find her own way in the world Her trusting and girlish nature is given uite the bombardment by a couple of guys who make some Very Selfish Decisions But like most Holt heroines she keeps on keeping on and doesn t wallow that much in her woes In the end she gets the guy of her dreams and learns about the spirit of compromise and focusing on the future and not the past sounds saccharine than it really isI loved Caroline mainly for what I ve already said She s not a wallower or a navelgazer Her revenge scheme against Selfish Suitor 1 was pretty delicious and her spite was understandable Sure she felt bad and not as satisfied as she would have liked when it was over moral of the story blah blah blah but I could understand what motivated her in the first place Mwahaha Girl was cynical and didn t want to put up with any patronizing crap Her sarcasm

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Free download The Landower Legacy ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Victoria Holt ✓ 5 Free read Free read The Landower Legacy G future dissolves without her knowing why Her search for answers violates the iron rules of Victorian society It takes her to the wild moors of Cornwall and pits her. Holt s novels generally move at a lingering but pleasant pace She spends a lot of time in exposition and rising action and minimal time on the resolution phase In this particular book the falling action and resolution consumed a whole dozen pages or so I m totally estimating here but that s how it felt It left me feeling bereft and I don t appreciate that after reading hundreds of pages hoping to spend some happy time in the rose colored glasses of the story s end The development of the main character was well done spanning the course of many years This is the second Bildungsroman I have read by her the first being The Devil on Horseback which I really enjoyed so I wonder if this is a common theme for Holt I found that I didn t have any sympathy for the hero though He was very disappointing Maybe she wanted him to be very real with all the human frailties that come with it but I couldn t appreciate his handling of his personal crises too unprincipled She knows how to turn a phrase