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    Cynthia Harrod-Eagles(Author)

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In the last years of the nineteenth century the Morlands'fortunes are changing for the better, as Henrietta and Jerome find a true home at Morland Place, and Teddy ploughs his profits into restoring it to its former glory. But the reverses and cruelties of the Boer War and the death of Queen Victoria shake the foundations of a confident nation. The accession of King Edward seems to mark the end of the old, familiar England. Old certainties are being questioned, everything is changing, and the young generation of Morlands faces a new world, full of wonders but full of dangers.

The latest instalment of Cynthia Harrod-Eagles unique drama of Engish history since the middle ages.

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  • By Helley on 14 July 2017

    Great book

  • By Kindle Customer on 26 April 2011

    As with all Cynthia Harrod-Eagles books, you cannot help but absorb the history being enacted. The details of the Boer War, the death of Queen Victoria and the difficulties of war are explained but are not put into modern days ideology of how we would do it now. The writing is very much of the time including any issues which we find sensitive now. In her writing, we are able to experience what it was like then but also be able to learn from it. She writes a book almost in "real" time. There is so much given to detail unlike other historical novels where it seems the importance is "make sure you get the events written about and finished". She always leaves you desperate for the next novel. Fortunately, I have come back to these novels recently and have endulged myself in reading one after another. This particular novel Number 25, I have read after reading up to 31 but it seems not to make any great difference in terms of enjoyment, the characters are so alive, that it is good to go back and find them at the beginning of their lives. If you like history and detail. you will love this book

  • By Macaferty on 25 June 2013

    The first book I read by Cynthia Harrod Ragles was set at the beginning of the First World War and I enjoyed it so much that I read all the books on that period.Miss Eagles certainly researched the period thoroughly. I then decided I wanted to start at then beginning of the Morland Dynasty and I haven't been disappointed. They contain historical facts but with the Morland family story. I look forward to her writing about the second World War.

  • By Anniemac on 2 July 2016

    I first read Cynthia Harrod-Eagles a couple of years ago, and found her in-depth research of an era so well presented within the Morland family that I was hooked. I am now working my way through the Edwardian era and looking forward to getting engrossed in more volumes and the on-going saga.

  • By Kindle Customer on 17 May 2015

    I believe this is as good if not better than the first one. The section on the women's suffrage was particularly interesting and Queen Victoria. Although I am enjoying the series not all the books have held me. I hope that the rest of them continue to have the same effect.

  • By G. Condie on 28 January 2013

    I have read and re-read all the Morland Dynasty books so many times and have learnt more about history here then at school! They are brilliant books with their own story but follows on from the last ones.

  • By MR LEONARD J BRIDGES on 18 April 2013

    A mixture of fictional characters and historical facts makes good reading. I look forward to each vo;ume . The Morland Dynasty has been my required reading for some years.

  • By Peter Pilbeam on 6 June 2013

    I found with the whole series that they are books that are difficult to put down. I am looking forward to September when book number 35 comes out!!!!!

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