Fen - Freya North Reviews
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Pages: 368, Paperback, William Heinemann Ltd
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Customer Fen - Freya North Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/08/08, updated on 09/08/08 (Very useful, 60 readings)
First Published by Arrow Books in 2001 ISBN: 0 09 943648 5 Having read a lot of books by Freya North (I think I've read them all) this is the first I read and also my favourite. It is part of a mini series detailing the love lives of three sisters: Fen, Cat and Pip. So if you read this one I recommend you read the other 2, There are small refererences to the whats going on in the other sisters love lives in each book so I think the events are happening around the same time so I don't suppose it matters what order you read them in! Then when you've read those three read 'Home Truths' as this is also about the McCabe family ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/08 (Very useful, 141 readings)
I finally got around to reading the last book in the 'chick-lit collection' of books that I bought ages ago, and have been slowly working my way through. The book is by Freya North, an author whose name I was aware of, but had never read anything by. ~The Story~ In the prologue, we meet Julius Featherstone a British artist living in nineteenth century Paris. Julius is an underrated artist, frequently having to sleep with his grotesque landlady as he can't afford to pay the rent on his apartment. We learn how Julius meets Cosima, the love of his life, after her fiancÚ commissioned a portrait of her. They have a brief fling, but she returns to her ... Read the complete review
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