Snow in April summary ´ 9

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Snow in April summary ´ 9 Õ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Snow in April By Rosamunde Pilcher – When you read a novel by Rosamunde Pilcher you enter a special world where emotions sing from the heart A world that lovingly captures the ties that bind us to one another the joys and sorrows heartbr When you read a novel by Rosamunde PiE in true harmony A world filled with evocative engrossing and above all enjoyable portraits of people's lives and loves tenderly laid open for usCaroline travels to Scotland hoping to make contact with a brother she hasn't seen for years and return in time for. Of the three Pilcher novels I have read The Shell Seekers September and Winter Solstice this was not only a much earlier book published in 1972 but one that is much shorter and has much less substance — especially when compared to what I have come to expect from a Pilcher novelThe comparisons I have seen in other reviews that liken this to a Hallmark movie are far correct than not — this was very fluffy and far focused on a surface level romance rather than the deep emotional bond or connection I have gotten from each of the other books I mentioned There was very little by way of atmosphere — which I've also come to count on in her books The atmospheric warmth even when knee deep in snow of Scotland and the people of the village is absent or there with barely a hint And while there is an old Scottish house it doesn't seem to take on a role within the story as though it was another character on its own However despite the downfalls of Snow in April I could still catch glimpses of the Pilcher who would come to write her most famous novels The Shell Seekers and September Audiobook as narrated by Lucy Paterson Paterson did a fine job here She really had a lovely voice and provided wonderful narration for a variety of characters from young to old and male or female

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When you read a novel by Rosamunde Pilcher you enter a special world where emotions sing from the heart A world that lovingly captures the ties that bind us to one another the joys and sorrows heartbreaks and misunderstandings and glad perfect moments when we ar. Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality The 'good guys' are not great heros They are just people Conversely the 'bad guys' are not terrible horrifying people They are people trying to get what they want and making bad decisions People in Pilcher's books are doing the best they can These ualities make her books seem really real to meSnow in April is a 1972 book so the smoking is still uite prominent as it was in Another View Another thing I like about Pilcher's books is the people have very civilized seeming lives Snow in April opens with Caroline in the bath before she dresses to go down to dinner It would be so lovely to be able to come home from work have a bath change and go downstairs for a drink followed by dinner The delicious description of the bathroom makes me want to go there right now and take a bathPilcher is the writer who made me want to eat cassoulet I don't even know what it is in reality but her descriptions of the dish makes my mouth waterVery entertaining books

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Snow in AprilSnow in eBook #240 her wedding to the man her strong willed stepmother thought so suitable Then a sudden snow strands her in an isolated house with a young man recovering from tragedy Both are on the brink of terrible mistakes but perhaps they can save each othe. One of the author's seasonal books that take us to Scotland in the part of the year that balances between winter and spring In this beautiful landscape there is love somewhere hidden waiting for some coincidences to make its appearance Maybe not something very complicated and original with a uick plot in its small size but the usual stamp of the author that can bring out the beauty out of ordinary things is clear enough to make this book an interesting read for a few cloudy spring daysΈνα από τα εποχικά βιβλία της συγγραφέως το οποίο μας μεταφέρει στην Σκωτία στο μέρος της χρονιάς που ακροβατεί ανάμεσα στον χειμώνα και την άνοιξη Μέσα σε αυτό το ωραίο τοπίο υπάρχει κάπου κρυμμένος ο έρωτας που περιμένει μερικές συμπτώσεις για να κάνει την εμφάνιση του Ίσως όχι κάτι ιδιαίτερα περίπλοκο και πρωτότυπο με γρήγορη πλοκή στο μικρό μέγεθος του αλλά η συνηθισμένη σφραγίδα της συγγραφέως που μπορεί να βγάζει ομορφιά από τα συνηθισμένα πράγματα είναι αρκετά έντονο για να κάνει αυτό το βιβλίο ένα ενδιαφέρον ανάγνωσμα για μερικές συννεφιασμένες ανοιξιάτικες ημέρες