Y me he reconciliado un poquito con Ross.
Cada vez estoy m s contenta de haberme puesto a leer esta saga Alright, after months of reading, and it being a little slow I had some trouble getting into it But, overall, I enjoyed it none the less Here s the gist this book had everything I ve come to expect and still love of the Poldark saga love triangles, backstabbing, family feuds, broken hearts, and plenty of drama In this installment, though, there was something new prison escapes and spoiler murder.
Amazing Book, The Black Moon By Winston Graham This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book The Black Moon, Essay By Winston Graham Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please read And Make A Refission For You Winston Graham took a 20 year writing break between the fourth book of this series, Warleggan, and this fifth one, The Black Moon At the beginning, I thought he might have lost his way during that hiatus, but boy was I wrong He picked his story up and his characters led him into the heart of the battle I wonder if there ever was a believable and despicable villain than George Warleggan I had initially intended to stop reading this series at book four so that I would not infringe on the new season of the series which will begin later on this year However, unlike Mr Graham, I was not able to leave these characters celebrating their Christmas in 1793 I wanted to know what happened to them in 1794 I haven t been this in love with a male character since I fell for Rhett Butler when I was sixteen It doesn t hurt to have Aiden Turner s face in my head when Ross Poldark is speaking to me uh, I mean speaking to Demelza I am so glad I decided to dive into this series of books Graham is a marvelous writer, with style, finesse and a great ability to develop characters you can love or hate, want to shake, slap or kiss I m anxious to get on to book six.
5 STARS FUCKING BRILLIANT image error New characters are introduced in The Black Moon and with them comes a Romeo and Juliet scenario where Demelza s handsome brother Drake falls in love with Morwenna, a cousin of Elizabeth s who is now Jeffrey Charles s governessGeorge Warleggan and his bride Elizabeth are now living in the Poldark family home and his arrogance knows no bounds as he manages to make enemies of all his neighbors, rich or poor, with his high handed ways Ross s mine continues to bring forth riches and Ross has decided to build a 2nd floor to the Nampara manor house.
I m continuing to enjoy the Poldark series and I m on to the next book The Four Swans.
Watching Ross and Demelza s love grow and develop is what makes these books worth reading I thought Demelza said something insightful on page 246 You see, Ross, in every right marriage, in every good marriage a woman has to be three things, don t she She s got to be wife and look after a man s comforts in the way a man should be looked after Then she s got to bear his children and get all swelled up like a summer pumpkin and then often times feed them after and smell of babies and have them crawling all about her But then, third, she has also to try and be his mistress at the same time someone he is still interested in someone he wants, not just the person who happens to be there and convenient someone a bit mysterious like that woman he saw riding to hounds yesterday, someone whose knee or shoulder he wouldn t instantly recognize if he saw it beside him in bed It s it s impossible Loved this line from Drake on page 342 I d believe two people a man and a woman in perfect harmony can give to the world and to God than either of em can do separate I ve always had my doubts about Elizabeth and you finally get to see her true nature in the book She is controlling and evil Pay attention or you might miss it I m so glad Ross saw the light and went for Demelza He did right.
The tears are falling from my eyes, the fury is boiling over within me, and the joy there is joy Oh what a story this author doest weave.
Blemishes on the beauty of a person one loves are like grace notes adding something to a piece of musicHave I mentioned before that I am completely wild about the Poldark series Well, I am I am much like that slightly annoying, lovesick friend that won t stop raving about her latest crush In my case, the love affair is with a bunch of books written by the gifted author, Winston Graham I know, embarrassing, right A woman of my age carrying on in such an unseemly manner Fortunately, dear Goodreads friend, you don t have to live with me and put up with this on a daily basis You can scroll right past my review if you like and I ll never be the wiser Anyway, back to the book itself This one is the fifth in the Poldark series, and it does not disappointment I will say from the outset, it was just a wee bit slower in the first portion of the book than perhaps the previous installments but that s ok They can t all be 5 star reads, or you might start to question my ability to fairly assess their worth In The Black Moon, we are introduced to some new and vibrant characters as well as another odious villain to loathe It would be difficult to brand a bigger creep than George Warleggan, however He continues down the path towards hell in this book as well A sweet romance leads to a messy entanglement between two battling families The war in Europe continues to seethe, while French migr s concoct a plan to make a landing on their home soil with an attempt to end the revolution A baby is born under The Black Moon and a chilling prophecy is utteredGood seldom comes to a child born under a black moon I only know two and they both came to bad endsIt remains to be seen whether said prophecy will be fulfilled The characterizations are impeccable, as I ve come to expect from Mr Graham As noted above, the pace is a tad slower but not dragging in the first part of the book but once the story ignites, the pace is swift and exciting Yes, a tissue may be required in at least one scene I love my favorites and I love to hate the scoundrels These books are a pure joy to read I can t recommend them highly to anyone that appreciates excellent and entertaining historical fictionHow I love a strong man