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  1. says:

    Tyringham Park is an epic family saga about the wealthy Blackshaw family who live on a large estate in Ireland Th

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    So I have become a little addicted to the book haul videos on Youtube you know the ones when avid readers tickle your taste buds with there monthly reading listsI purchased Tyringham Park by Rosemary McLoughlin on the promise of it be

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    Tyringham Park is the story of a rich family who is deeply affected when when of their daughters disappears Charlotte the daughter who is left behind is constantly reminded of what happened to her young sister Victoria She feels guilty because she is still there when her sister is gone but there may be than meets the eye t

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    Tyringham Park is an unusual novel The cover review euates it to the Last September meets Downton Abbey which is w

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    35 starsA country estate in Ireland Tyringham Park is the home to Blackshaw family The disappearance of baby Victoria has

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    The story begins in the early 1900's on a country estate in southern Ireland a baby girl goes missing whilst playing with her elder sister Charl

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    A bit of a darker twist on the 'Downton' genre but one I actually enjoyed nonetheless McLoughlin did an excellent job of making these

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    The first half story really sucked me in but as the story went on I found it harder and harder to enjoy it The strange thing was I couldn't stop reading I could not like any of the characters and found the whole story very depressing It could have been a lot better

  9. says:

    My review is at Reading the Past

  10. says:

    unfortunately it seemed to me that everybody turned into selfish self absorbed people by end if book and I didn't

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Tyringham Park

R years to keep hiddenAs the years pass and her sister's disappearance casts a long shadow over their lives Charlotte finds herself embroiled in the passions and secrets lives and deaths trysts and betrayals that affect the days of everyone connected to this once great houseAnd though she tries to escape she knows that Tyringham Park and its mysteries will never release their hold on her 'The Last. Tyringham Park is an unusual novel The cover review euates it to the Last September meets Downton Abbey which is what initially drew me in While it s set in Ireland during WWI and deals with the aristocracy like Last September and while everyone is particularly nasty to one another and there s upstairsdownstairs drama like Downton Abbey that s where the comparisons ends The novel centers on the psychological life of Charlotte Blackshaw the wealthy daughter of landed gentry There s insight into other surrounding characters but the star of the show is Charlotte For all her wealth and social status she does not have it easy She s at the mercy of many an abuser her nanny and mother to start with from childhood upwards and despite the respites in her life she never manages to recover from the traumas of her childhood As the story spins out it s clear that Charlotte cannot get anything right She s the soul sister to Alex Clare in EM Delafield s Conseuences Both women are prisoners of circumstance and personality unable to crawl out of the misery of their lives So many avenues of escape are unavailable for these late Victorian women anything from education or work or anything else that fosters a positive self esteemTyringham Park follows the dark days that result from a woman s traumatic childhood and it unflinchingly follows a lifetime of hopelessness and depression There are bright spots in Charlotte s life and the book is ultimately a page turner with this reader racing to know what would happen next to Charlotte There are some flaws such as we re repeatedly told how bright and interesting Charlotte is but we rarely if ever see the proof I also skipped uite a few pages and didn t feel the lack But overall the novel is unusual in how it combines readability with honesty exploring the life story of the woman s body and her mind

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September meets Downton Abbey Part emotional part historical it is all consuming' Woman's Way'Dark and densely plotted this is The Thorn Birds with a dash of Du Maurier's Rebecca brilliant' Irish Daily Mail'McLoughlin marshals the gothic suspense of Daphne Du Maurier Tyringham Park delivers grand passion secret intra class trysts kidnap and violent deaths within a gripping romance' Irish Independen. A bit of a darker twist on the Downton genre but one I actually enjoyed nonetheless McLoughlin did an excellent job of making these characters so very full of flaws to the point there there really is no single character that is really all that admirable Nurse Dixon for example scared the hell out of me Talk about creepy KING emotional part historical it is all consuming' Woman's Way'Dark and densely plotted this is The Thorn Birds with a dash of Du Maurier's Rebecca brilliant' Irish Daily Mail'McLoughlin marshals the gothic suspense of Daphne Du Maurier Tyringham Park delivers grand passion secret intra class trysts kidnap and violent deaths within a gripping romance' Irish Independen. A bit of a darker twist on the Downton genre but one I actually Ty jesteś moje imię enjoyed nonetheless McLoughlin did an The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy excellent job of making these characters so very full of flaws to the point there there really is no single character that is really all that admirable Nurse Dixon for Complete Amber Sourcebook example scared the hell out of me Talk about creepy

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Rosemary McLoughlin elegantly captures period glamour and darkness in Tyringham Park a brilliant and epic tale of love and lossIt is and Charlotte Blackshaw is only eight years old when her little sister Victoria vanishes from the magnificent country estate of Tyringham Park The feverish search for Victoria soon uncovers jealousies and deceits that the inhabitants of the grand house have fought fo. So I have become a little addicted to the book haul videos on Youtube you know the ones when avid readers tickle your taste buds with there monthly reading listsI purchased Tyringham Park by Rosemary McLoughlin on the promise of it being just like Downton Now as an avid Downton Abbey fan I think I was bamboozled into buying this book mainly by the big house on the cover and the uotes that stated if you love Downton Abbey you will love this I can t stress enough how this is nothing like Downton AbbeyThere is no glamor in this book what so ever and no really protagonist the main character how ever is Charlotte Blackshaw who s father is the Lord at Tyrinham park her mother shows very little interest in her or her little sister Victoria and one afternoon her Ladyship for some unknown reason decides she will have an hour with little Victoria which is completely out of character during this hour the child disappears it is believed by most that Victoria fell into the river and drowned when her Ladyship was not looking but Lady Edwina believes she has been abductedCharlotte s tale really is a sad one abused by her nanny and hated by her mother as she grows up through the novel the conseuences of such a horrific emotional neglect play out and affect Charlotte as an adult and she struggles to believe that she is worth than nothing As the reader we are supposed to feel for Charlotte in her darkest hours but it is hard to feel for a character that is so self destructive and eventually I lost interest in the out come of her character It is also hard to read a book when there is no one to root for we follow Charlotte s story but I m not sure if I wanted her to win in the end as a reader she tested my patience For me Lady Blackshaw is the most interesting Character because she is such an appalling mother and human beingAll in all Tyingham Park is written okay but there is know real flare I would recommend it to people who don t mind not falling in love with the characters they are reading about or at the very least liking them most of the characters in this novel are highly despicable and I m sure that was the point but for me it was all a bit like hard work To see reviews and things check out my blog Zawieszenie niewiary elegantly captures period glamour and darkness in Tyringham Park a brilliant and Healing Sex epic tale of love and lossIt is and Charlotte Blackshaw is only Spark (Stronger, eight years old when her little sister Victoria vanishes from the magnificent country Wonder Woman and Philosophy estate of Tyringham Park The feverish search for Victoria soon uncovers jealousies and deceits that the inhabitants of the grand house have fought fo. So I have become a little addicted to the book haul videos on Youtube you know the ones when avid readers tickle your taste buds with there monthly reading listsI purchased Tyringham Park by Rosemary McLoughlin on the promise of it being just like Downton Now as an avid Downton Abbey fan I think I was bamboozled into buying this book mainly by the big house on the cover and the uotes that stated if you love Downton Abbey you will love this I can t stress Sozialismus Und Kapitalistische Gesellschaftsordnung enough how this is nothing like Downton AbbeyThere is no glamor in this book what so Sponsor. Tom 1 (Sponsor, ever and no really protagonist the main character how Dragons Bride (The Dragon and the Scholar ever is Charlotte Blackshaw who s father is the Lord at Tyrinham park her mother shows very little interest in her or her little sister Victoria and one afternoon her Ladyship for some unknown reason decides she will have an hour with little Victoria which is completely out of character during this hour the child disappears it is believed by most that Victoria fell into the river and drowned when her Ladyship was not looking but Lady Edwina believes she has been abductedCharlotte s tale really is a sad one abused by her nanny and hated by her mother as she grows up through the novel the conseuences of such a horrific Absolute Banking English emotional neglect play out and affect Charlotte as an adult and she struggles to believe that she is worth than nothing As the reader we are supposed to feel for Charlotte in her darkest hours but it is hard to feel for a character that is so self destructive and

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  • Tyringham Park
  • Rosemary McLoughlin
  • English
  • 16 March 2019
  • 9781842235201