Tongue in Cheek - Fiona Walker Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340895799 / Author: Fiona Walker / Genre: Fiction
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by - written on 23/03/09 (Very useful, 173 readings)
I bought this and another of Fiona Walkers books at ASDA for around £3 each if I remember rightly. The RRP is £6.99. Tongue in cheek was published in 2006. The prologue describes Diana (who is to become a main character) 18th birthday, the events that unfold and what drove her away from her home and the man she loved..... Described as a 'rompalong tale' Tongue in cheek tells the story of three very different families who all move into the Oddlode valley on the same day. First we have Mo; the new teacher at Oddlode primary and Pod her boyfriend, an famous ex-jockey. They move into number 4 horseshoe cottages and quickly become ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/08, updated on 17/05/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I picked up this book as light holiday reading. It was recommended to me as being similar to a Jilly Cooper novel, which it is - but perhaps better suited to a modern reader. It follows the tale of three women who move to the same rural area on the same day - and much bed-hopping follows. Passions are ignited, and hearts broken, with a murder mystery plot flickering away in the background. I was thoroughly engrossed in this novel for the first few days of my holiday - I couldn't put it down. It was wonderful escapism into a world of affluence, beautiful horses, and attractive men. All the characters were written in a sympathetic manner, so the ... Read the complete review
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