Il profumo della rosa di mezzanotte

Il profumo della rosa di mezzanotte INDIA, Darjeeling Il Centesimo Compleanno Di Anahita Chavan Nonostante La Sua Famiglia Si Stia Riunendo Per Festeggiarla, Lei Avvolta Da Una Nuvola Di Tristezza Non C Giorno Che Non Pensi A Suo Figlio, Che Tutti Credono Morto Da Bambino Ma Il Suo Istinto Sottile Le Dice Che Non Cos Anahita Sa In Qualche Modo Che Ancora Vivo Per Questo Consegna Al Nipote Ari Un Manoscritto Dove Ha Annotato La Storia Della Sua Vita, Nella Speranza Che Il Giovane Possa Scoprire Quanto Davvero Accaduto.INGHILTERRA, Dartmoor.La Bella E Famosa Attrice Americana Rebecca Bradley Si Trova Ad Astbury Hall, L Antico Castello Scelto Come Set Del Suo Nuovo Film Lord Astbury, Schivo Proprietario Del Maniero, Si Mostra Fin Troppo Gentile Nei Suoi Confronti E Insiste Sulla Somiglianza Tra Rebecca E Sua NonnaSar Il Viaggio Di Ari In Inghilterra E L Incontro Con Rebecca A Gettare Nuova Luce Sul Periodo Inglese Di Anahita Durante La Prima Guerra Mondiale E Sull A Tormentato Tra Lei E Donald, Erede Di Astbury Hall Un Viaggio Alla Scoperta Delle Proprie Radici Che Gli Dar Modo Di Comprendere Molto Di S E Di Svelare I Segreti Rimasti Sepolti Per Intere Generazioni. 5 Words Beautiful, breath taking, haunting, magical, heart breaking.This book.Just This book.It s been one hell of a ride reading this The Midnight Rose is the type of book you read slowly and devote time to It makes you think The writing is so beautiful, the story so magnificently crafted, that it takes your breath away.I have to confess that I didn t like the beginning of this book The first 100 pages or so are so, so different from the rest of the book And I hated Ari But by the end 5 Words Beautiful, breath taking, haunting, magical, heart breaking.This book.Just This book.It s been one hell of a ride reading this The Midnight Rose is the type of book you read slowly and devote time to It makes you think The writing is so beautiful, the story so magnificently crafted, that it takes your breath away.I have to confess that I didn t like the beginning of this book The first 100 pages or so are so, so different from the rest of the book And I hated Ari But by the end he d developed and grown and changed so much.But then the two stories started weaving together, and things got very interesting.Anahita Poor Anahita This is her storythan anyone else s and I don t think I ll ever forget the story As much as Rebecca was my favourite
Dual review with Swedish first and then EnglishSWEDISH REVIEW Jag lskar att l sa b cker med exotiska platser och Midnattsrosen verkade ha alla ingredienser som jag gillar i en bok med tv tidslinjer en sorglig historia, ett intressant mysterium och starka kvinnliga karakt rer Och p ett s tt fick jag det, i alla fall delvis Men f r att en bok med tv tidslinjer, en samtida och en i det f rflutna, ska fungera r det n dv ndigt att de r lika intressanta att l sa Visst, det r inte ett prob Dual review with Swedish first and then EnglishSWEDISH REVIEW Jag lskar att l sa b cker med exotiska platser och Midnattsrosen verkade ha alla ingredienser som jag gillar i en bok med tv tidslinjer en sorglig historia, ett intressant mysterium och
Theyou leave out, theyou highlight what you leave inHenry GreenLucinda Riley, the New York Times bestselling author, has penned an enchanting tale of love, loss and royal family secrets, in her book, The Midnight Rose This is the story of a girl named, Anahita, spanning across many generations, and with the help of another protagonist, Rebecca, the readers get to revisit the life of Anahita and her royalty and her family secrets.Synopsis In the heyday of the British Raj,Theyou leave out, theyou highlight w
On Anahita s 100th birthday, her family gather in the Indian mountains to celebrate Taking her eldest great grandson Ari to one side, she gives him a pile of papers It s her life story, she says, written down in case her long lost son can ever be found Anahita Anni was told that little Moh died when he was two, but she s never accepted this and knows her now 80 year old son is out there somewhere Reading her papers, Ari travels to Astbury Hall in England where Anni spent some time during t On Anahita s 100th birthday, her family gather in the Indian mountains to celebrate Taking her eldest great grandson Ari to one side, she gives him a pile of papers It s her life story, she says, written down in case her long lost son can ever be found Anahita Anni was told that little Moh died when he was two, but she s never accepted this and knows her now 80 year old s
The Midnight Rose was completely absorbing I love these gothic novels with rich atmosphere and dual timelines, although I sometimes have to taketragedy and bleakness than I would like along with them I ve read one novel by Lucinda Riley before, and loved how her story included exotic locations as well as England But it was so sad that I couldn t bring myself to read another of her books for several years This time I was braced for tragedy at least in the earlier timeline, and ended up The Midnight Rose was completely absorbing I love these gothic novels with rich atmosphere and dual timelines, although I sometimes have to taketragedy and bleakness than I would like along with them I ve read one novel by Lucinda Riley before, and loved how her story included exotic locations as well as England But it was so sad that I couldn t bring myself to read another of her books for several years This time I was braced for tragedy at least in the earlier timeline, and ended up cursing myself for still getting attached to the characters There s no doubt that Riley can suck you in and make you dread what s going to happen to them The haunting sadness of their story clung to me for several days after I finished reading.The thing that disappointed me about this one is the modern timeline I was really hoping it would make
Also die eine Sache habe ich ja so nicht kommen sehen aber alles in allem ein sehr tolles Buch Be prepared to pick up this book and be transported not just to another time and place but another continent as well.Lucinda Riley is a skilful writer when it comes to the dual narrative, she does it so well, that it seems that the two stories set some hundred years apart in this novel bear no relation to each other But of course they do as they the story weaves from 1911 to the present, and evokes many emotions through the characters and shows class, tradition, love and war in many forms.In th Be prepared to pick up this book and be transported not just to another time and place but another continent as well.Lucinda Riley is a skilful writer when it comes to the dual narrative, she does it so well, that it seems that the two stories set some hundred years apart in this novel bear no relation to each other But of course they do as they the story weaves from 1911 to the present, and evokes many emo
I really enjoyed this book and would have given it five stars if it hadn t been for a few bizarre events in the present day story The present day story also dragged in parts On the other hand, the story set in the past was well researched and held my at
Side note One version of this book says 496 pages while my UK copy is 671 pagesPhysical comfort materialism, if you like is the enemy of any serious spirituality, I think When we re warm and well fed, our souls can be empty and we still make it through the day And as I ve discovered recently, it is the greatest poverty of all My father always said that to push a rock an inch in a lifetime was the same as throwing a hundred pebbles into the sea every day Big change comes slowly, but it Side note One version of this book says 496 pages while my UK copy is 671 pagesPhysical comfort materialism, if you like is the enemy of any serious spirituality, I think When we re warm and well fed, our souls can be empty and we still make it through the day And as I ve discovered recently, it is the greatest poverty of all My father always said that to push a rock an inch in a lifetime was the same as throwing a hundred pebbles into the sea every day Big change comes slowl
If you want to read about India in the time of the Raj, England during World War I, prejudice, terrible mothers, and doomed love affairs with its echoes into the present, Lucinda Riley s The Midnight Rose might be the book for you It is an enjoyable read to be sure, but not what I expected Two parallel stories are told simultaneously In the past, we read the tale of young Indian Anahita Chevran, as she travels between her homeland and England, where she is trapped at the beginning of World Wa If you want to read about India in the ti

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  • Paperback
  • 640 pages
  • Il profumo della rosa di mezzanotte
  • Lucinda Riley
  • Italian
  • 16 November 2017
  • 880978894X