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Pages: 160, Edition: New Ed, Paperback, Flamingo
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The Whole Day Through - Patrick GaleReadable (379 words)
by UK1981_female - written on 08/08/09 (Very useful, 199 readings)
well and it was not told badly. The language used was easy to follow throughout and all in all, it was readable. The end of the story and what happens to Ben and Laura was not what I expected and so it was rather nice to be surprised by events which concluded the story. To summarise, this made for good and pleasant summer reading, but was nothing special or outstanding. Additional info: Pages: 237 Author: Patrick Gale Published: 2009 Price: Amazon (new) £4.33; Amazon (used) ...
The Whole Day Through - Patrick GaleMummy's got her kit off again (705 words)
by dee778 - written on 03/07/09 (Very useful, 217 readings)
I found this to be the least enjoyable of Patrick Gales books to date. It contained none of the atmospheric and evocative descriptions of Cornwall that I love, the plot was over simplified, and many of the characters lacked depth. More than anything, I felt that it lacked the wit and humour of previous books. ~~Plot summary~~ Set in Winchester, the title of the book reflects the plot, which is set around the events of one single day, and the chance meeting of two ex-lovers. Laura is in her forties, and after university has led a successful and rather bohemian life in Paris. She returns to Winchester to look after her elderly mother, an academic and a naturist who is ...
Patrick Gale in generalLove, life, music and beautiful Cornwall (798 words)
by dee778 - written on 27/06/09 (Very useful, 79 readings)
his books. I am not going into the detail of every book Patrick Gale has written, as these are reviewed separately elsewhere. I will mention my favourite Patrick Gale, which I have read three times now, finding more in it at each read. Rough Music is the book that I lend to friends when I introduce them to Patrick Gale, and everybody who has read this has become a fan. It covers three generations of one family. I loved the descriptions of life growing up as the daughter of a prison governor is mixed in with childhood descriptions of life in the 1960s, including a family holiday to Cornwall that takes all night because the motorway hasn t been built yet ! Brings back ...