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Vixen Author Rosie Garland

D to impress his congregation he uells fears of the coming pestilence with promises of protectionFor Anne the priest’s arrival is an opportunity that at sixteen she feels all too ready for Convinced a grand fate awaits she moves in as Thomas’s housekeeper though hopeful of something But his home is a place without love or kindness So when a s. First off if you spotten this gorgeous book on the shelf you will probably be instantly attracted to the cover It s uietly beautiful in a sea of brightly colored books somehow the splash of orange attracted my eye like none around it Plus well it s a fox I love foxes and the title Vixen helped as wellThis wasn t really like any other book I ve ever read At times crude and others beautiful I initially couldn t even read it I had no idea what was happening with any of the story line and even once over fifty pages had passed I was none the wiser What the heck was I readingBut then somehow it settled down into an actual story and it wasn t half bad I did not see the romance angle coming at all until all of a sudden it was there and it was beautiful too No spoilersCompletely contrary to the book I expected but nonetheless delightful three stars Try it for yourself

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Rosie Garland’s extraordinary tale is a story of superstition and devotion in the time of the Black Death and will bewitch both new readers and fans of her much loved debut The Palace of CuriositiesDevon 1349 In Brauntone where seagulls screech across the fields and the wind has a mind to change Father Thomas arrives as the new priest Determine. 25 Stars This was okay but I lost interest towards the end

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Trange mute Maid is discovered washed up in the marshes and taken in Anne is grateful for the company Their friendship is to give Anne the chance of a happiness she thought she’d never knowBut soon the plague strikes Brauntone spreading panic And as the villagers’ fear turns to anger Thomas must sacrifice anything to restore their faith in hi. 35 stars might be closer but then historical fiction isn t really my thing so I feel like it should get bonus points for keeping my interest until the end As it happens I got my hands on an Advance Copy and might as well be honest read it as much for the wonderful cover as anything else I haven t read The Palace of Curiosities so I don t know how they compare I can say this about Garland she uses language with an almost reckless calculation sometimes or maybe I mean a calculated recklessness Maybe both Either way she s got style It s not always comfortable or easy to read and I have no idea how accurate it is to the times or subject matter but it is compellingIt ll be interesting to see how well it picks up interest among the literary andor book club crowds Can see it going either way really

  • Unknown Binding
  • 400
  • Vixen Author Rosie Garland
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  • 15 August 2019
  • 9780007492794

About the Author: Rosie Garland

Born in London to a runaway teenager Rosie has always been a cuckoo in the nest She's an eclectic writer and performer ranging from singing in post punk gothic band The March Violets through touring with the Subversive Stitch exhibition in the 90s to her alter ego Rosie Lugosi the Vampire ueen cabaret chanteuse and mistress of ceremoniesShe has published five solo collections of poetry and



10 thoughts on “Vixen Author Rosie Garland

  1. says:

    I'll be honest in saying it was the gorgeous cover enveloping this story that grabbed my attention I read the synopsis before purchasing it and though it didn't jump out at me I still thought I would give it a go As a writer it's important to read any and all kinds of stories But I'm afraid Vixen just wasn't for me• WritingGarland has a very flowery writing style words that make you suint instead of nod wi

  2. says:

    25 Stars This was okay but I lost interest towards the end

  3. says:

    Beautiful very feminine story about the feeling of otherness within a small village community in the Middle Ages

  4. says:

    45 stars What a gorgeous moving and atmospheric story to start the year with Highly recommended for those who love lush prose and medieval settings

  5. says:

    The old adage goes that you should never judge a book by its cover It's true that I adore the cover of this book

  6. says:

    First off if you spotten this gorgeous book on the shelf you will probably be instantly attracted to the cover It's uietly beautiful

  7. says:

    This is the second book by Rosie Garland that I have read and I thoroughly enjoyed both They would be best described as dark fairy tales Vixen

  8. says:

    35 stars might be closer but then historical fiction isn't really my thing so I feel like it should get bonus points for keeping my interest until the end As it happens I got my hands on an Advance Copy and might as well be honest read it as much for the wonderful cover as anything else I haven't read The Palace of Curiosities so

  9. says:

    This has got to be one of the strangest books that I have ever read But it kept me captivated until the endIf you decide to read it hang in th

  10. says:

    Really liked this book The blend of superstitionreligion with the power of the church is evocative then with the horror of the plag

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