[Ebook] Silken Images By Jennifer Larmar – Buyprobolan50.co.uk


Silken Images A HEART WARMING LOVE STORY THAT MOVES FROM A SMALL INNER CITY FILM EDITING SUITE AND A LARGE ARCHITECT S OFFICE TO TREADING THE BOARDS OF SEVERAL OF AUSTRALIA S FAMOUS STAGES SPANNING TWENTY TWO YEARS AND TRAVERSING THE EAST COAST OF AUSTRALIA TO THE NARROW COBBLESTONE STREETS OF ITALY AND AUSTRIA THEN ONTO LONDON S WEST END, THIS SERIES CARRIES READERS ON A BITTERSWEET JOURNEY UNTIL A FATEFUL NIGHT ON A HILLSIDE IN TUSCANY Despite The Brave Face She Shows To The World, Life Is Often Tough For Lara, A Young Divorcee Raising A Small Child On Her Own Deep Inside, She Is Still Trying To Deal With The Memories Of That Terrible Night A Wealthy Architect With A Fine Position In Society, Adam S Life Behind The Gates Of His Country Estate Is Hell On Earth He Is Married To A Violent Alcoholic She Is Picking Up The Pieces From A Marriage That Reeked Of Loneliness And The Distinctive Stale Stench Of Other Women They Never Intended To Fall In Love Volume One Extended Version Of The Two Part Series Til The End Of Time Continuing The Story, Volume Two, Fractured Symphony I


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    Review by Nichole Conolly, 29 December 2013Silken ImagesAuthor Jennifer LarmarWhen I first open a novel, flicking through in this case with subtle swipes of my phone screen, it does not take me all too long to decide whether I wish to pursue the reading venture any further The first chapter for me is usually make or break Either I read the book for one chapter and then slam it closed shelving it to become a dust magnet, or I will read the book for one chapter and have trouble falling asleep or doing anything else until I finish the book I am here to report that it was definitely the latter for this book.I was intrigued by how the words bounced off the page with ease The use of easy to read words and language tangled with the added usage of other languages like the usage of Italian in Tuscany and Florence added to the authenticity which made you feel as though you had been teleported into the story, walking beside the characters as they experienced the pinnacle heights of happiness, the spiralling pains of heartache and everything in between as they travelled on their journeys.through the secondary characterswe are allowed a glance into their lives, moments, feelings and relationships that Lara and Adam have...


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    Review by Nichole Conolly, 29 December 2013Silken ImagesAuthor Jennifer LarmarWhen I first open a novel, flicking through in this case with subtle swipes of my phone screen, it does not take me all too long to decide whether I wish to pursue the reading venture any further The first chapter for me is usually make or break Either I read the book for one chapter and then slam it closed shelving it to become a dust magnet, or I will read the book for one chapter and have trouble falling asleep or doing anything else until I finish the book I am here to report that it was definitely the latter for this book.I was intrigued by how the words bounced off the page with ease The use of easy to read words and language tangled with the added usage of other languages like the usage of Italian in Tuscany and Florence added to the authenticity which made you feel as though you had been teleported into the story, walking beside the characters as they experienced the pinnacle heights of happiness, the spiralling pains of heartache and everything in between as they travelled on their journeys.through the secondary characterswe are allowed a glance into their lives, moments, feelings and relationships that Lara and Adam have struggled to portray Jennifer has done a marvellous job allowing us to see it from this secondary point of view before we are drawn back to our main characters.Throug...


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    Review by Nichole Conolly, 29 December 2013Silken ImagesAuthor Jennifer LarmarWhen I first open a novelit does not take me all too long to decide whether I wish to pursue the reading venture any further The first chapter for me is usually make or break Either I read the book for one chapter and then slam it closed shelving it to become a dust magnet or I will read the book for one chapter and have trouble falling asleep or doing anything else until I finish the book I am here to report that it was definitely the latter for this book From the moment I began to read this book I was intrigued by how the words bounced off the page with ease the use of easy to read words and language tangled with the added usage of other languages like the usage of Italian in Tuscany and Florence added to the authenticity which made you feel as though you had been teleported into the story, walking beside the characters as they experienced the pinnacle heights of happiness, the spiralling pains of heartache and everything in between as they travelled on their journeys Throughout the book we establish feelings and thoughts for each of the characters and either grow to love or hate them, some taking us longer than others to decide on their fates Suddenly as a blank page hits you in the face as your s...


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    Review by Nichole Conolly, 29 December 2013Silken ImagesAuthor Jennifer LarmarWhen I first open a novelit does not take me all too long to decide whether I wish to pursue the reading venture any further The first chapter for me is usually make or break Either I read the book for one chapter and then slam it closed shelving it to become a dust magnet or I will read the book for one chapter and have trouble falling asleep or doing anything else until I finish the book I am here to report that it was definitely the latter for this book From the moment I began to read this book I was intrigued by how the words bounced off the page with ease the use of easy to read words and language tangled with the added usage of other languages like the usage of Italian in Tuscany and Florence added to the authenticity which made you feel as though you had been teleported into the story, walking beside the characters as they experienced the pinnacle heights of happiness, the spiralling pains of heartache and everything in between as they travelled on their journeys Throughout the book we establish feelings and thoughts for each of the characters and either grow to love or hate them, some taking us longer than others to decide on their fates Suddenly as a blank page hits you in the face as your sto...


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    I read Silken Images then followed immediately with Fractured Symphony, it s continuation and this is the only way to read them, in my opinion Always a two part concept through Til the End of Time, Fractured Symphony continues the story of Lara and Adam, started in Silken Images It is actually a mammoth read as Fractured Symphony is LONG It is however engrossing and doesn t seem mammoth while you are reading.I d have screamed if I d had to wait to discover what happened to Lara and Adam if I hadn t been able to continue immediately after finishing Silken Images.Jennifer Larmar is a master with descriptive passages and her telling of the glorious countryside visited as well as the scenes from well known stage presentations is as good as I ve read You actually feel the characters, the stage presentations and the places visited as they come to life There were times I wanted to strangle characters because they were being ridiculous a case of oh for goodness sake, get on with it but unless you actually feel as much for the characters you d not feel this way about a book and they were actually behaving as they would in real life.I loved the explanation of how the book took flight from Jennifer s experience with the stage play, Dr Zhivago and the subtle way this was ...


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