The Land of Summer (Free) BY Charlotte Bingham

Charlotte Bingham è 8 Read

Screvera Na verdade à medida ue os dias passam o próprio noivo parece ter se tornado irreconhecível Emmaline sente se cada vez mais só e infeliz chegando até a pôr em causa o futuro da relação Mas isso é antes de o passado de Julius e a história dauela enigmática casa lhe serem desvendados. The main reason i decided to buy this book relates to a comment that you can read on the cover of the portuguese edition It says If you liked Pride e Prejudice you re going to love this book Woman s WayNo NOIf you loved Pride e Prejudice one of the greatest romances ever written you re going to hate this book and you re going to hate it even because of the comparisonThis comparison is absurdThis book was unbelievable incohrent The characters the plot And to put this story on the level of Jane Austen s writing is a profanity

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The Land of Summer

Emmaline sempre ouvira a mãe dizer ue como a mais velha de uatro irmãs casar deveria ser a sua prioridade e dever Contudo o tempo passava sem ue se vislumbrasse ualuer proposta de casamento Até ue num baile organizado em sua casa um belo desconhecido a convida para dançar Ele chama se Julius e na. Rating 15 starsFor someone who reads as many historical romance novels as I do this one was very disapointing I couldn t connect with the characters especially Julius who I thought acted like an alien would most of the time Emmaline s family was so childishly mean that it seemed like I was watching Disney s Cinderella meaning they were all pretty one dimensional Actually the characters I liked the most were the servants that s why this book gets the extra half starThe story was pretty simplistic and horribly developed not to mention predictable Still I had a hard time connecting all the events because they seemed unconnected It actually seemed like the book was a collection of happenings that had little link with each other In one scene Emmaline is writing then she is having a fit in another scene because of an unrelated matter uite confusing Julius came and went without us really realising he had been in the house or the country at all He just popped in at random times to have dinner and try to be misterious and sounding like the most boring man alive This is why the love story felt fake Julius had no personality to speak of plus you don t ever read anything from his point of view big mistake since in a romance story you actually want to know how the feelings of both parties develop and wasn t even home most of the time and Emmaline was a weak character The writing was sloppy or at least it seemed maybe the traslation to portuguese helped a bit The repetition at the end of sentences was pretty annoying An example Emma you are very pretty tonight very pretty I m not sure if that was how it was originally phrased in English but that s how that they translated it into Portuguese so it got on my nerves Really

Summary The Land of Summer

Manhã seguinte pede a sua mão Cheia de esperança e vontade de começar uma nova vida Emmaline deixa a América rumo a Inglaterra Porém uando chega depara se com uma casa estranha repleta de pessoas invulgares e criados excêntricos Um cenário bastante distante do glorioso lugar ue Julius lhe de. 455 stars

10 thoughts on “The Land of Summer

  1. says:

    Rating 15 starsFor someone who reads as many historical romance novels as I do this one was very disapointing I couldn't connect with

  2. says:

    While one would argue that this book seems sexist I who would usually disagree with the greater public for once agree I hate how JAubery is never explored as a character and how every possible cliffhanger is exposed in the last chapter If anyone is reading this review your probably uestioning me as to why i rated it so highly if i am unattra

  3. says:

    This book although predictable still captivated my attention whenever i would get frustrated with the story and abandoned the book i would find my self determined to finish it from stubbernness then enjoyment of the work needless to say it was not the best book ever written the storyline held much promise but

  4. says:

    455 stars

  5. says:

    This was an easy read with a good story and one that was easily followed without being boring or giving anything away I enjoyed it

  6. says:

    Apart from a rather clumsy choice of title and a mistake in page 391 when names get mixed up it is a very enjoyab

  7. says:

    Blah I didn't feel this was authentically set in Victorian times; it feels as if the author is a teenager trying to write about a period she has researched superficially I was surprised to read that the author has a long list of bo

  8. says:

    The main reason i decided to buy this book relates to a comment that you can read on the cover of the portuguese edition It says If you liked Pride e Prejudice you're going to love this book Woman's WayNo NOIf y

  9. says:

    Not the best of Charlotte Bingham's books; not as mature as Debutantes and The Season but in a similar style My main uibble is that

  10. says:

    A prime example of why I should literally not judge a book by its cover and title I loved both so I thought this would be a pleasant read at the least I was wrong Stopped reading at 36% on my Kindle I just read the spoilers and other reviews to finally make up my mind to stop reading This book just isn't worth it

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