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It is well written, with good character development and as interesting story line.
While reading the first few pages, I thought it was going to be a mediocre book, and I wondered if I would really even read it through to the end.
The book is wonderfully written and often Simonson's dry and subtle humor is laugh-out-loud funny.
I really wanted to love this book. It was a really cute love story that was more than that. But I just do not enjoy reading about people who allow themselves to be bullied for an... Read morePublished 2 days ago by ava04
At its core a fun novel about the intersection of various cultures and classes in the English countryside. Major Pettigrew is a good and decent man.Published 2 days ago by Tessa Yeager
Let's give Helen Simonson the credit she's due: her writing can be fresh and vivid, and she has an attractive sense of the ridiculous,. . . Read morePublished 3 days ago by Stanley Crowe
The descriptive language of this book was fantastic. The story brought a smile and longing for a world more accepting of others.Published 12 days ago by PAs
Love in the Autumn years. An enjoyable read, some wonderful descriptions of character and place. I hope to read more from this Author.Published 14 days ago by Damian Mcelroy