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[PDF/EBOOK] Ruth By Marlene S. Lewis By Marlene S. Lewis

  • Paperback
  • 337
  • Ruth By Marlene S. Lewis
  • Marlene S. Lewis
  • English
  • 14 March 2018
  • 9781848766235

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FREE DOWNLOAD Ä Ruth By Marlene S. Lewis Learns to live by her wits until circumstances take a turn for the worse To provide a better life for her son Stewart she takes up work in a distant town There she meets Lachlan McGrath the owner of Bryliambone station Life on the land is good to Ruth until fate turns her world upside down Faced with losing everything she sets to rebuilding her husband's. I read pretty much all of this book in a night some of that was due to insomnia but a lot of it was because it s a very well written and enjoyable book Although I am very glad that I am not friends with Ruth because in the main it s a good way to get yourself killed arrested or into a plane crashMarlene S Lewis story is deep freuently heart wrenching and full of characters that you can empathise with or despise It s these characters that drive the story so forcefully onwards and ensures that you don t end up feeling thoroughly depressed by all the events that happen to Ruth over the yearsBad point My bugbear so much of the plot is summarised on the back cover Ruth s return to Papua comes less than 100 pages from the end of the book There are so many twists and shocking events in this book it was a shame that so many of them were foreshadowed before I even got to themI don t really know how this book ends up being life affirming but it does it s survival against all the odds and bouncing back from whatever is thrown at you I really enjoyed itI am obliged to inform you that I received this book through the Goodreads First Reads scheme and would like to thank Marlene S Lewis for the opportunity to read her novel

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FREE DOWNLOAD Ä Ruth By Marlene S. Lewis From the lush Owen Stanley Ranges of Papua New Guinea to working class inner Sydney Ruth follows the story of its protagonist the only daughter of John and Alice Madison coffee plantation owners Set in the fifties and sixties Ruth struggles to rise above the stigma of being an unwed mother alone in a strange land Determined not to end up on the streets she. I haven t received the book yet I just received notice I had won 71411Still haven t received it 81711I still have not received this I did get a message awhile back from the person listing the giveaway that mentioned the release date had been changed so hopefully soon 82911Well it looks like it was published September 1st so hopefully it will arrive soon Still have not received my copy 91411Now shows the release date as November 1stWell after over 3 Months I finally received my copy Hope it was worth waiting for 102111Started this morning 110911Ruth was born in a very remote coffee plantation in Papau New Guinea Since they were so remote her mother allowed her to play with the native children This was during a time of great racist divides She is sent off to school on the main land after becoming too friendly with a native boy She comes back for Christmas to a family in turmoil and event after event shapes Ruth s live for the next 15 years This book was a uick easy read There were parts where I had to slow down or reread a sentence or two because of the way they spoke and words they used I had a bit of a time understanding it I loved some of the characters and felt others fell flat The story was a little too predictable but some of the fun characters made that bearable

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FREE DOWNLOAD Ä Ruth By Marlene S. Lewis Debt ridden business into a thriving cotton farm Marlene is inspired by many authors including Patricia Shaw Maeve Binchy and Guy de Maupassant Ruth has elements of Lloyd Jones' Mr Pip Ruth Park's The Harp in the South and Patricia Shaw's The Feather and the Stone The novel will appeal to female readers interested in family relationships and cultural histo. I won my copy of this book through GoodReads First Reads Giveaways in exchange for an honest review So here goesI had a really good feeling about this book from the title cover and blurb on the back When I started reading I was a bit worried it might not live up to it s potential At the beginning the book didn t seem to flow right to me But before I knew it I was fully engrossed in the tragedy and journey of the story I think the author got better and confident at the book went on and I must say I did rather enjoy reading the book I guessed Ruth s father s secret pretty early on But there were plenty of plot surprises along the way to keep me reading on I felt all loose ends were tied up in a satisfactory way I would like to read from this author