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“The writer’s unflagging humour, her shrewd, worldly wisdom, and her extremely realistic pictures of garrison life make it all good reading.”—Times Literary Supplement (UK)
This is a great book. Its very entertaining right from the start. A perfect book for a rainy weekend.Published 1 month ago by Taylor Marshell
D. E. Stevenson's books are timeless -well written and her characters should appeal universally! The English know how to write!Published 5 months ago by Leila F. Hill
loved the book. would like to read more of Stevenson's books but they are costly(sigh). would love to read all of Mrs. Tim.
Thanks so much.
Ronda S. Barnes
I have read most of D.E. Stevenson's books. which I discovered by accident in the Bangor Public Library. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kathleen Salkaln
The prose is beautifully written. The characters all come to life. The readers feel that they are present during a time when life was simpler and moved slowly. Mrs. Read morePublished 8 months ago by lynnmarie
Written in a most unusual first person manner, Mrs Tim of the Regiment opens an excruciatingly honest window into the lives and doings of the "military family" as seen by... Read morePublished 8 months ago by John J. Dillon
A friend sent me this book as a gift with the caution that I should not read the forward until after I'd read the book, and I must confess I only began reading to humor her. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Catherine Jones
Old fashioned in a pleasant way: a calm atmosphere, well described characters, a good-humoured approach. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Selene Herculano
I enjoy reading for the sake of reading, Mrs Tim gave me that pleasure. I was able to lose myself in her everyday life, chuckle at the ups and downs of trying to please her family,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Allison Goddard