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on March 17, 2007
In 1989 I had an unforunate surgery. I was recoverying from the latter, when I first read about "Thrush Green". I became enchanted with funny chractors in the villiage and Miss Read's delightful dry wit. I have never stopped returning to her books to smile and see who is doing what. I don't think there will be another exactly like this insightful author. I would love to be this dear woman's friend.
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on April 19, 2012
As she follows the lives of the Thrust Green inhabitants, Miss Read reminds us that even in the quaintest, quietest of villages, life can be full of excitement. The rector's battle with several stubborn and selfish parish women; the marital problems experienced by Albert Piggott, whose wife has recently returned, and Percy Hodge, who can't seem to find satisfaction with his own new wife; the blossoming romance between Dotty's niece and a newcomer to the village; and many other small and large upheavals in the lives of the villagers all serve to remind us of how full life can be, even when lived on a smaller, simpler scale. As always, Miss Read fills the pages of this book with humor, heart and pure goodness, leaving the reader deeply satisfied at the conclusion. I always enjoy a trip to Thrush Green and this one was no exception.
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on February 17, 2013
like all miss reads books a real joy to read. looking forward to buying some of her other books i am trying to build up a little library of her books
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on April 1, 2013
Love these books of village life. Clean humor. It's like spending a little time in the past. A good book to have during waiting time.
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on November 2, 2013
Like the other Miss Read books, this one is a gem as well. A good, relaxing read that reminds you what a blessing the little gifts of life are.
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on January 26, 2015
I loved all the Thrush Green books!
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on August 4, 2015
Another heart warming book that will take your dark day and turn it into something very, very nice. Just like all her books and that spells Thank You!
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on July 30, 2006
This is another cozy visit to Thrush Green and all our friends there. So much more enjoyable than the copy-cat Jan Karon books. Any Karon fans who haven't discovered Thrush Green are in for a treat. There are many books in this series and it is always fun to catch up with old friends.
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on February 27, 2016
I love all Miss Read books and certainly this one was as good as ever.
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on June 12, 2015
All of Miss Read books are great !! I love reading all of them !!!
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