A lifetime burning - Linda Gillard Reviews
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Newest Review: ... family from every angle. The story starts from Flora's point of view, which is interesting because she is dead. She is ... more
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Linda Gillard A Lifetime Burning
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by - written on 01/02/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
This is Linda Gillard's second book, but the third I've read. I loved her other two books and loved this one too but it's a very different style of book and indeed I feel as if it wasn't written by the same person! This is a multi-layered story of complex and complicated family relationships that will leave you breathless, heartbroken and somewhat disturbed. I found myself thinking about it for days afterwards, and found myself emotionally drained by the end. It's a book I would highly recommend to anyone who loves contemporary fiction as it is so well written and anything but predictable. The story is mainly told in third person from various points of view, ... Read the complete review
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