[Reading] ➿ Lucinda Brayford By Martin Boyd – Sigilo.us

[Reading] ➿ Lucinda Brayford  By Martin Boyd – Sigilo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 439 pages
  • Lucinda Brayford
  • Martin Boyd
  • English
  • 27 December 2017

Lucinda Brayford Covers Four Generations Of A Wealthy English Familyupper Class Life In England From The 1880s To The Early 1940s.

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10 thoughts on “Lucinda Brayford

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here view spoiler bettie s Books hide spoiler

  2. says:

    From BBC Radio 4 Extra 4 Extra DebutStory of a beautiful and wealthy Australian girl who marries into the English aristocracy at a time of great change to the traditional order With Juliet Aubrey, Jonathan Firth and Angela Pleasence.

  3. says:

    14 JAN 2015 recommended by Bettie Link here

  4. says:

    This is an absolute stunning story that has blown me away It took me over a month to finish it because I didn t want it to end Martin Boyd is such a beautiful and talented writer that I felt I was actually there, I felt like I had been consumed into the book and I fell so in love with these characters and felt the pain of their heartbreak and struggles A brief plot summary The book starts out in the 1850s We re introduced ...

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Noticing the diversity of ratings here a couple of 5s, 3s and2s caused me to remember why I didn t particularly like thisbook myself Many, many years ago I had listened avidly to thiswhen it was serialized on the radio over 30 years later I couldvaguely remember it being about the war and a young conscientiousobjector, Lucinda s only son Stephen but of course it was aboutmuch , being a sweeping epic of the shaky relationship betweenAustralia and England between the wars.The book was mai Noticing the diversity of ratings here a couple of 5s, 3s and2s caused me to remember why I didn t particularly like thisbook myself Many, many years ago I had listened avidly to thiswhen it was serialized on the radio over 30 years later I couldvaguely remember it being about the war and a young conscientiousobjector, Lucinda s only son Stephen but of course it was aboutmuch , being a sweeping epic of the shaky relationship betweenAustralia and England between the wars.The book was mainly about Lucinda and she was a less than thrillingheroine, brought up to believe that what society thought of youwas the most important thing she was really...

  6. says:

    A completely charming novel of three generations of Australians, the Vanes and the Brayfords, who struggle to find their place in Australian society around the turn of the century pre WWI , then again in pre and post war England WWII If you are a fan of the Brontes, Henry James, Edith Wharton, or any late 19th early 20th C literature dealing with class, relationships, manners or society, you will enjoy this novel There is a social climbing mother who is really quite funny in her airs and A completely charming novel of three generations of Australians, the Vanes and the Brayfords, who struggle to find t...

  7. says:

    Lucinda Brayford by Martin Boyd 1948

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