Another View

Another View

by Rosamunde Pilcher
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Another View 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
southernreaderNC More than 1 year ago
As always, Rosamund Pilcher's books are a joy to read. I highly recommend this book to readers who want to read someting for the pleasure of reading. A very satisfying read.
ReadToLive More than 1 year ago
Ms. Pilcher gives wonderful insight into each character, the setting, and life in that time and place. No one at all has the kind of insight that this author does. The only trouble with books by her is that there are too few! The title for this book is absolutely perfect.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I first read this in the early 1970s when I picked it up at Heathrow airport and was so thrilled when finally could get her books in the United States. Here I am again re-reading Rosamund Pilcher's books again and again. No one writes the way she did, her son, though okay, doesn't come close. I have searched and read others and the only one who comes close is Marcia Willett and Maeve Binchy
Bookmarks & Blue Light WP 13 days ago
I’m not sure if I can even adequately describe how charming Rosamund Pilcher’s writing is. She has this way with words that makes me feel as if she’s saying, “Come here, let me tell you a story” and proceeds to melt away my stress and anxiety. After finishing Another View, I literally had to let out a nice long breath because the book was just so… charming. It’s like chivalry; you just don’t see it anymore that often and when you do, it’s so refreshing. Her imagery techniques are exceptional. There’s this blank canvas and Rosamunde Pilcher slowly paints us a picture. Cigarettes are featured often in this book. It may provoke a reaction in certain readers but it is worth noting that during the time setting of this novel, cigarettes are culturally acceptable and significant. I would say it’s equivalent to coffee (or tea) in today’s culture. You offer it to someone (“What about some coffee?”) wherever you might be meeting up whether it be at home or out and about. Meeting up over coffee acts like a crutch in awkward or unfamiliar situations, and just plain welcome in presence of pleasant company.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Reminds me of a play script.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago