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The story of lives lived and not lived makes the characters worth knowing. The authors style of writing puts a hold on you that makes you want to know what happens to all the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tweety
The circle of characters has been enlarged unfortunately. But there is still new and relevant information about Filth and Betty.
Gardam's style keeps fascinating the reader
A wonderful read especially if the reader has read old filth first. However It does stand on its own but even more so if you had the prior background of the characters as they... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Norma W.
I haven't posted a review in almost 5 years, but I was compelled to write one for this book. The Old Filth series is just brilliantly written. Read morePublished 2 months ago by romance reader 1326
Very interesting; a lot of English history included in the interaction between the characters.Published 3 months ago by Andrea Smith
Loved this character and look forward to the third in the trilogy. Very well-written and captivating. The structure of these works is exceptional.Published 3 months ago by Monica McGoldrick
The story from Betty's pov, mostly, but she was too vague, not how I had imagined her. Also, the wonderful insights on being aged (as I am) are missing here. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Catlaw71