(PDF/EPUB) [The Thirteenth Tale]

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Diane Setterfield ☆ 5 characters review · PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Diane Setterfield Free read The Thirteenth Tale Margaret Lea è una giovane libraia antiuaria con una uieta passione per le biografie letterarie in cui di tanto in tanto si cimenta La sua prevedibile esistenza viene sconvolta uando Vida. There is something about words In expert hands manipulated deftly they take you prisoner Wind themselves around your limbs like spider silk and when you are so enthralled you cannot move they pierce your skin enter your blood numb your thoughts Inside you they work their magic I don t know if I ve ever loved words so muchLots of people told me that this was a book I needed to read but many of those people also warned me that I might find it slow So I went into The Thirteenth Tale prepared for a subtle plot that moved at a gentle pace well maybe my expectations are to blame but that wasn t what I got Slow Not for me There was not a slow moment in this story because the prose itself was dynamic and consumingly evocative I was intrigued by the mystery seduced by the characters and caught up in page after page of well written family dramaDo you like1 Books2 Mysteries3 Family dramasIf you said yes to those then I really can t see any reason you wouldn t love this book People were right when they said it s a book for people who love books It is A love of literature and words is enthused in every page of this novel I find myself believing that had I not already been a bibliophile an encounter with this book would be enough to have me drooling over the endless possibilities and magic that lie within stories I must confess that I am almost always a story person first a character person at a close second and a languageword person last This book delivered on all three but it was the latter that most amazed me Setterfield completely seduces you with words I read passages over and over again because I loved the language and style so much Books are for me it must be said the most important thing what I cannot forget is that there was a time when they were at once banal and essential than that When I was a child books were everything And so there is in me always a nostalgic yearning for the lost pleasure of books It is not a yearning that one ever expects to be fulfilled The story is about a biographer called Margaret Lea who very suddenly and unexpectedly receives a hand written letter from the popular and critically acclaimed novelist Vida Winters Ms Winters wants Margaret to recount her life story she wants to finally stop telling fictional stories and reveal the truth of her childhood and all its dark secrets Before accepting Margaret reads and falls in love with one of the author s books called Thirteen Tales of Change and Desperation but she is surprised to find that it contains only twelve stories where is the thirteenth tale Margaret finds herself unable to refuse the job And as Vida Winters opens up and both women are forced to confront the demons of their pastsI for one was totally sucked into every aspect of the story The writing had hold of me the characters made me need to know about their lives the mysteries surrounding Winters youth kept me guessing If it s possible I think this book made me love books even Blog Leafmarks Facebook Twitter Instagram Tumblr درد زمانه you prisoner Wind themselves around Early Medieval Universe History of Art and Architecture your limbs like spider silk and when Freakshow Misadventures in the Counterculture 1959 1971 you are so enthralled Pompeii at Dusk you cannot move they pierce Escape from Kathmandu your skin enter Talked to Death The Life and Murder of Alan Berg your blood numb More Relaxing Less Taxing your thoughts Inside Diana Palmer Duets #1 Sweet EnemyLove on Trial you they work their magic I don t know if I ve ever loved words so muchLots of people told me that this was a book I needed to read but many of those people also warned me that I might find it slow So I went into The Thirteenth Tale prepared for a subtle plot that moved at a gentle pace well maybe my expectations are to blame but that wasn t what I got Slow Not for me There was not a slow moment in this story because the prose itself was dynamic and consumingly evocative I was intrigued by the mystery seduced by the characters and caught up in page after page of well written family dramaDo Alongshore you said The Easter Witch yes to those then I really can t see any reason Mary Coin you with words I read passages over and over again because I loved the language and style so much Books are for me it must be said the most important thing what I cannot forget is that there was a time when they were at once banal and essential than that When I was a child books were everything And so there is in me always a nostalgic Terrible Eek yearning for the lost pleasure of books It is not a Bred by the Berserkers yearning that one ever expects to be fulfilled The story is about a biographer called Margaret Lea who very suddenly and unexpectedly receives a hand written letter from the popular and critically acclaimed novelist Vida Winters Ms Winters wants Margaret to recount her life story she wants to finally stop telling fictional stories and reveal the truth of her childhood and all its dark secrets Before accepting Margaret reads and falls in love with one of the author s books called Thirteen Tales of Change and Desperation but she is surprised to find that it contains only twelve stories where is the thirteenth tale Margaret finds herself unable to refuse the job And as Vida Winters opens up and both women are forced to confront the demons of their pastsI for one was totally sucked into every aspect of the story The writing had hold of me the characters made me need to know about their lives the mysteries surrounding Winters Kaitlyn and the Highlander youth kept me guessing If it s possible I think this book made me love books even Blog Leafmarks Facebook Twitter Instagram Tumblr

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Diane Setterfield ☆ 5 characters review · PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Diane Setterfield Free read The Thirteenth Tale Mpagne dello Yorkshire e rimane immediatamente stregata dalle vicende della singolare famiglia Angelfield e dalla sorte di un misterioso racconto che Vida Winter non ha mai voluto pubblica. This book has been on my tbr for the last three years Then with time I lost track of my old list to be read and moved on to reading other books which sparked my interestThen recently I came across these books which I thought I would red but had never looked at them again so I decided to start reading my old interests This turned out to be the first one After a long long time I came across a story that had me captivated until the last word It kept me awake at night every moment I tried to catch a point so that the mystery be solved but it kept me hooked up until the very endThis is the story of unwanted attention and lost love Of unbearable sorrow and irreplaceable lossOf broken hearts and lost soulsOf damaged minds and clever ideasOf beautiful lies and ugly truthsOf blue eyes and red hairOf empty reality and colorful talesOf forbidden passionate romances anduick witted motherless babiesOf alive and dead twin childrenOf blinding beauties and dysfunctional familiesI specifically loved the way the story is written The writer seems to be truly in sync with the way stories should be told I felt lost to the world and living in the story itself And when I came out of my imagination I knew the characters are gonna stick with me for a long time You just cannot not hate them not like them not get used to them or not think them to be just characters and in the end not let yourself be in love with them at a certain levelIt has those few attraction my mind craves in a bookstory setting in the world of literature classical novels and their heroines a gothic atmosphere time worn buildings and family history poetic at certain levels normal days enveloped in mysteries multiple layers unexpected twistsSo basically this book was a treat for meI look forward to reading books by the author5 starsHighly recommended Identity Politics Inside Out years Then with time I lost track of my old list to be read and moved on to reading other books which sparked my interestThen recently I came across these books which I thought I would red but had never looked at them again so I decided to start reading my old interests This turned out to be the first one After a long long time I came across a story that had me captivated until the last word It kept me awake at night every moment I tried to catch a point so that the mystery be solved but it kept me hooked up until the very endThis is the story of unwanted attention and lost love Of unbearable sorrow and irreplaceable lossOf broken hearts and lost soulsOf damaged minds and clever ideasOf beautiful lies and ugly truthsOf blue eyes and red hairOf empty reality and colorful talesOf forbidden passionate romances anduick witted motherless babiesOf alive and dead twin childrenOf blinding beauties and dysfunctional familiesI specifically loved the way the story is written The writer seems to be truly in sync with the way stories should be told I felt lost to the world and living in the story itself And when I came out of my imagination I knew the characters are gonna stick with me for a long time You just cannot not hate them not like them not get used to them or not think them to be just characters and in the end not let SundriLeseRiese Ein indisches Mädchen zwischen gestern und morgen yourself be in love with them at a certain levelIt has those few attraction my mind craves in a bookstory setting in the world of literature classical novels and their heroines a gothic atmosphere time worn buildings and family history poetic at certain levels normal days enveloped in mysteries multiple layers unexpected twistsSo basically this book was a treat for meI look forward to reading books by the author5 starsHighly recommended

review · PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Diane Setterfield

Diane Setterfield ☆ 5 characters review · PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Diane Setterfield Free read The Thirteenth Tale Winter sfuggente e carismatica scrittrice alla fine dei suoi giorni la incarica di scrivere la sua biografia ufficiale Margaret parte alla volta dell'isolata magione dell'autrice nelle ca. Tell me the truth These are the words that a young journalist speaks to Vida Winter in the beginning of this book Vida is an author famous for spinning magical tales In books and about her life Each time she releases a new story she grants multiple interviews in which every journalist asks her the story of her life and leaves thinking that they finally after decades of deceptions are the one she s told the truth to But she never does Until now Out of the blue she writes to an amateur biographer named Margaret Lea telling her that she has chosen her to be her official biographer That she is finally ready to tell the truth What follows issomething I find myself at a loss to describe Setterfield s prose is of the magical variety The kind that lifts from the pages to wrap you in its spell and transport you bodily into the book At one point in the story Setterfield perfectly describes how I felt when I finally set it down There was a sudden rush in my head I felt the sick dizziness of the deep sea diver come too fast to the surface Aspects of my room came back into view one by one My bedspread the book in my hand the lamp still shining palely in the daylight that was beginning to creep in through the thin curtains It was morning I had read the night away I immediately woke up my fianc at 5 am on a Saturday and began to whisper to him about what I had just read Speaking at full volume didn t seem right sacrilegious even because I was still caught in this book s thrall and the ghosts of those who haunted the pages seemed to stalk my waking mind I finished it four days ago and still my fingers twitch toward my beautiful hardcover copy Because The Thirteenth Tale is a book that you need to read at least twice in your life The first time to learn the truth The second time to see with eyes wide open what is really taking place within these pages This is easily one of my top 10 books of all timeBlog Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest


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    Diane Setterfield ☆ 5 characters review · PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Diane Setterfield Free read The Thirteenth Tale Tell me the truth These are the words that a young journalist speaks to Vida Winter in the beginning of this book Vida is an author famous for spinning magical tales In books and about her life Each time she releases a new story she grants multiple interviews in which every journalist asks her the story of her life and le

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  • Hardcover
  • 540
  • The Thirteenth Tale
  • Diane Setterfield
  • Italian
  • 06 May 2020
  • 9788804587194