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As one character after another must learn to live with their losses, they find themselves collectively spirited northwards, from Sussex to Scotland, by way of Cornwall. And, as events unfurl, slowly, surely, but inevitably, those in need find solace in unexpected places. While her characterizations are generally carefully crafted and entirely rounded, Pilcher's greatest strengths lie in her natural, easy narratives of everyday life and her thoroughly researched and captivating descriptions of scenery and surroundings. --Carey Green --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
They're like a nice warm quilt and a hot cup of tea.
The characters are charming and easy to empathize with, the plot is interesting, the pace steady without being too fast or slow, and the ending is very satisfying.
If you love Ms. Pilcher, you will be able to delve deeply into this wonderful, rich story.
As comforting as a hot cup of tea on a cold Winter's Day, Ms. Pilcher's novel Winter Solstice, filled with affectionately drawn characters will not disappoint! Read morePublished 18 days ago by Patricia M Braun
The only other book of Rosamunde Pilcher I have read was the Shell Seekers which I loved......Winter Solstice was a lovely story but I found some of the writing style was a... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Linda Fitzgerald
Have always loved Rosamunde Pilcher. This is one of my favorite books by this author. You can picture the settings so clearly from her descriptions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kim
This isn't just a book to read, it's a place to go live for a while. There are some books I read (or listen to) over and over which include Gone With The Wind, any of Jan Karon's... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
I enjoy this author, and I certainly did like this book. Rosemary HofferPublished 1 month ago by Rosemary Hoffer
i do not like to rate books or any thing else. i feel as each person has to make up their own mind and not go by what others think. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary Mengel