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The Victory Garden
September 27, 2021Comments.. 296
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  • Title: The Victory Garden
  • Author: Rhys Bowen
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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  1. Lindasays:

    The simple message of a garden is hope that sprouts from tiny seeds.Rhys Bowen presents a story in the midst of The Great War It s May of 1918 in Devonshire and Emily Bryce is about to celebrate her twenty first birthday Being the daughter of a judge and living on quite a sizable estate, Emily is removed from the hardships that have worked their way into the lives of most families in England But that is all about to change.Emily corresponds with her best friend, Clarissa, who has become a nur Th [...]

  2. Rachel McMillansays:

    This is the first non mystery book by Rhys Bowen I have read I am a huge fan of her mysteries because I love the accessible style, her capable ability to render a historical setting and world to life and her characters Such memorable characters.The Victory Garden proves that Bowen can write with easy elasticity in any genre While I found the book lacked a certain emotional depth it was still a worthy snapshot of one woman s experience during a time when women were seen to have much agen This is [...]

  3. Jensays:

    What I love most about Rhys Bowen s writing is her ability to sweep you away to another locale She engages all of the senses and allows the reader to escape to a different time and place While reading this I was no longer on my couch, in the midst of a Minnesota winter I was completely wrapped up in this story, the distinct smell of a wood burning fire in my nose and the damp feel of a stone cottage in my bones This sweeping saga is beautifully written and I adored the characters, the settin Wha [...]

  4. Jypsy says:

    I expected from The Victory Garden I heard a lot about this book before I read it I tried several times, but unfortunately, I couldn t get interested in the story It didn t hold my interest at all I skimmed through Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review.

  5. Juliasays:

    Thanks to netgalley, I was able to read Rhys Bowen s latest a couple of months before its release Bowen s last two standalone books took place in World War II For The Victory Garden, she tells the story of Emily Bryce during the last two years of World War I Combining history, feminism, romance, and a good story, I was drawn into Emily s story, especially her relationship with the garrulous Robbie She eventually finds her place in a small town, where most people accept her for who she is Thanks [...]

  6. Karen Kaysays:

    I received this from netgalley in exchange for a review As the Great War continues to take its toll, headstrong twenty one year old Emily Bryce is determined to contribute to the war effort Emily s lover has not only died a hero but has left her terrified and with child Since no one knows that Emily was never married, she adopts the charade of a war widow.A quick and easy read, rather predictable 3

  7. Sarahsays:

    3.5 stars This is my second book by Rhys Bowen that s not part of the Royal Spyness series, and I ve both so engrossing I felt completely transported into the world of this story This book takes place near the end of WW1, and charts a young woman s journey from a sheltered daughter to a mother who is charting her own course in life Emily s romance with Robbie is almost painfully naive, but realistic given her inexperience with men and the heightened intensity of wartime She shows remarkable 3.5 [...]

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