The Burning Roses

  • Title: The Burning Roses
  • Author: Cynthia Harrod-Eagles
  • ISBN: 9780751533460
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Burning Roses In the Morland Dynasty series the majestic sweep of English history is richly and movingly portrayed through the fictional lives of the Morland family It is when Ned is sent to the front ahead o
    In the Morland Dynasty series, the majestic sweep of English history is richly and movingly portrayed through the fictional lives of the Morland family It is 1915 when Ned is sent to the front ahead of his battalion and Jessie already involved in various charity works feels the need to do and decides to become an auxiliary nurse But life on the wards is harder thanIn the Morland Dynasty series, the majestic sweep of English history is richly and movingly portrayed through the fictional lives of the Morland family It is 1915 when Ned is sent to the front ahead of his battalion and Jessie already involved in various charity works feels the need to do and decides to become an auxiliary nurse But life on the wards is harder than she expects Meanwhile, as Helen and Jack settle into their new home, Helen takes on a surprise war role of her own For Violet in London, a chance meeting with talented young artist threatens to destroy her calm and ordered life With a stalemate on the Eastern Front, everything now hangs on the new September offensive on the Western Front at Loos Both Ned and Bertie will be leading their men over the top, leaving the rest of the family to pray for their safe return.

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    About Cynthia Harrod-Eagles


    1. Cynthia Harrod Eagles aka Emma Woodhouse, Elizabeth Bennett Cynthia Harrod Eagles was born on 13 August 1948 in Shepherd s Bush, London, England, where was educated at Burlington School, a girls charity school founded in 1699, and at the University of Edinburgh and University College London, where she studied English, history and philosophy.She had a variety of jobs in the commercial world, starting as a junior cashier at Woolworth s and working her way down to Pensions Officer at the BBC She wrote her first novel while at university and in 1972 won the Young Writers Award with The Waiting Game The birth of the MORLAND DYNASTY series enabled Cynthia Harrod Eagles to become a full time writer in 1979 The series was originally intended to comprise twelve volumes, but it has proved so popular that it has now been extended to thirty four.In 1993 she won the Romantic Novelists Association Romantic Novel of the Year Award with Emily, the third volume of her Kirov Saga, a trilogy set in nineteenth century Russia.


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    1. The events of 1915 include major battles with heavy casualties for the British. The men of the Morland family are widely employed in the war, from Ned and Bertie at the front, to Lennie guarding the Suez Canal and Frank in Malta. A star-crossed love affair lends intrigue and there is much about the war on the home front in Britain as well as scenes of battle in Belgium and France. Both the London and Yorkshire branches of the family have adventures in this book.

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    2. Another year in the First World War for the Morlands. This focuses less on the battlefield than the previous book- we hear more about Jessie nursing and what Violet and Venetia are up to. Once again, the battle scenes are highly detailed. I was a little upset that the Anzac only rated a couple of paragraphs, but I suppose this is the English version of history- Aussies would say (a lot) more about the 'heavy losses' at Anzac Cove.

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    3. I love this historical fiction series which follows the stories of generations from the same family home in England. This volume in the series finds the women grappling with how to make a difference and reconcile their ambitions with their place in society and their relationships with various other men & women. Everyone in the story struggles with the changing economy and the ugliness of the trench fighting during first world war.

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    4. Great to catch up with the morland dynasty again. The women are as usual stuck in loveless marriages, having affairs or otherwise challenging social conventions (like flying aeroplanes and practising medicine). Another fabulous historical romp where you can switch your brain off and simply be entertained.

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    5. I found it a bit too long.

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    6. It's so sad the way this ended, cried.Watching Ned and Jessie's marriage fall apart made me think how even the happiest of relationships can collapse when there is sadness involved.

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    7. I can feel the dirt and the mud and the rain of the trenches. Chilling.

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    8. This one was so sad!

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    9. The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is many the long, detailed battle scenes. They're just not my thing.

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