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    E–pub New [When Nights Were Cold] ✓ Susanna Jones I was intrigued by the idea of a novel about Edwardian lady mountaineers and I was even intrigued when I placed the name of the author Because I recalled that Susanna Jones specialises in dark storytelling unreliable narrators and psychological drama I hoped that When Nights Were Cold would be something rather special and it very nearly was When Grace Farringdon was growing up she and her father followed the polar explo

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    E–pub New [When Nights Were Cold] ✓ Susanna Jones Excellent novel about the life of Grace Farringdon a young woman in the early 1900's who wants to leave her stifled life Eventually she gets to Candlin College where she meets Leonora Locke Cicely Parr and Winifred Hooper and starts the Antartic Exploration Society Looking back on how she is the only surviving member Grace tells her

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    download ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Susanna Jones Susanna Jones Ä 3 free read E–pub New [When Nights Were Cold] ✓ Susanna Jones Grace Farringdon has always been obsessed with polar exploration and diligently follows the exploits of Scott and Shackleton When she enrolls at Candlin College she sets up a Ladies’ Polar Exploration society joined by her friend Leonora Locke an aspiring playwright and suffragist; Winifred Hooper a budding botanist; and Cicely Parr an i

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    E–pub New [When Nights Were Cold] ✓ Susanna Jones I enjoyed this one albeit with a shudder of relief that I live here and now From the start of the book the reader is made aware that the reclusive narrator is notorious for some reason and the narrative flickers back and forth between her present and her childhood and adventurous early adulthood My favourite part of the

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    E–pub New [When Nights Were Cold] ✓ Susanna Jones A high uality novel in terms of style of writing and vivid description The storyline however falters at some points and does not have the pace and cogency which I would have likedAs a psychological thriller this is story given by an unreliable narrator As it goes on and of the story is made up of scenes which ma

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free read When Nights Were Cold Susanna Jones Ä 3 free read download ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Susanna Jones Stifling home with her protective parents and eccentric agoraphobic sister But when Grace secretly applies to. Hell did this book make me angry I felt cheated by this one Probably because I expected something totally different This is basically just yet another novel about a Victorian heroine being straight laced by strict parents and as a result unable to fulfill her dreams wasting her life dreaming and slowly going mad A Guardian uote promised a gripping psychological thriller which totally led me unto the wrong track The plot sounded promising with its Shackletonarctic exploration angle Little did I know that all the aspirations of the Arctic Society the narrator Grace Farringdon founded would stay imaginary and only amount to some hare brained students playing explorers with their fingers on the map The alpine part stays a sketch too revealed only in glimses and in hindsight Ok two of the friends manage to climb the Matterhorn later on led by a native guide and wit disastrous results but maybe that too was only a fever dream of the unhinged narrator who is getting and unreliabel as the story unfolds I also was not too impressed by the writing which stayed oddly flat staying on the surface of things but maybe that was intentional as Farringdon is not one given to try and decipher the feelings of others

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free read When Nights Were Cold Susanna Jones Ä 3 free read download ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Susanna Jones Candlin a women's college filled with intelligent women she finally feels her ambitions beginning to take shap. I enjoyed this one albeit with a shudder of relief that I live here and now From the start of the book the reader is made aware that the reclusive narrator is notorious for some reason and the narrative flickers back and forth between her present and her childhood and adventurous early adulthood My favourite part of the book was the account of Grace s escape to an early women s college and her friendships with three other students with an interest in the Antarctic Their small rebellions and struggles against the restrictions of Edwardian society develop into an increasingly claustrophobic story of dreams denied as both Grace and her compliant older sister buckle under the weight of social and family expectations The mountain seuences are excellent and Grace s voice is well done and unsettling to exactly the right degree It s a cold read one that I appreciated and found interesting than one that ignited my passion but I recommend it

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free read When Nights Were Cold Susanna Jones Ä 3 free read download ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Susanna Jones As ueen Victoria's reign reaches its end Grace Farringdon dreams of polar explorations and of escape from her. Excellent novel about the life of Grace Farringdon a young woman in the early 1900 s who wants to leave her stifled life Eventually she gets to Candlin College where she meets Leonora Locke Cicely Parr and Winifred Hooper and starts the Antartic Exploration Society Looking back on how she is the only surviving member Grace tells her story and evokes the restrictions on women with great atmosphere Loved it

  • Paperback
  • 344
  • When Nights Were Cold
  • Susanna Jones
  • English
  • 14 February 2019
  • 9781447201731