Julia Kelly: The Last Garden in England

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The best solution or them Overall the book moved pretty seamlessly despite having three different time periods woven in Each storyline was concise tied together with the others on the major plot points and all resolved satisfactorily While some of the romance points were a bit rushed I don t think they detracted And knowing the time period Biomedical Informatics for some it also kind of made sense to have them be rushed I was pleased to see a lot of information about the various volunteer and work programs during WWII having just read The Splendid and the Vile itit in very well with what I learned there It helped shed a light on that part of history and how people managed But best of all the garden was a highlight of this book and I truly appreciated the explanations and descriptions of the various plants used throughout the gardenA uick but engrossing read it s definitely one to settle in withReview by M Reynard 2020 I was was immediately drawn to this book when I saw the cover on Instagram I mean who does not love an English garden The book which is set in England specifically the village of Highbury was told during three different time The Book of the Honda S2000 frames by Venetia Smith a garden designer in 1907 in 1844 by Land Girl Beth Pedley cook at Highbury House Stella Adderton the mistress of Highbury House Diana Symonds and present day by garden designer Emma Lovett Venetia s story is of particular interest as she has a career during a time when women did not She is a highly recognized an reputable designer who is hired to bring the gardens of Highbury House to life Beth Diana and Stella s stories become intertwined in a surprising way while navigating life is a small English village during the worst of WWII while Highbury House is a convalescent hospitalor wounded soldiers Diana is widowed with a young son while trying to navigate living in a house that has become a hospital Stella is her cook who wants nothing than to see the world and Beth is an orphan and gifted artist who is searching The Story of Rose ONeill for her place in the world by becoming a Land Girl In present day Emma has been hired to restore the gardens after the renovation of Highbury House to its original splendor Venetia Smith is her hero so she is honored to be restoring her work The characters in the story are well written and have excellent backstories The details about the garden the house and the timelines are detailed and makeor a very interesting read I only wish there had been I Minibeasts Under a Stone felt that the story ended a little abruptly without giving the reader a chance to prepareor the ending All in all I would recommend this book or the details and wonderful writing Thank you Net Galley or allowing me to read an ARC of this book. To pursue her own dreams And widow Diana Symonds the mistress of the grand house is anxiously trying to cling to her pre war life now that her home has been reuisitioned and transformed into a convalescent hospital The Prince with the Silver Hand (Tale of the Eternal Champion, for wounded soldiers But when war threatens Highbury House’s treasured gardens these three very different women are drawn together by a secret that will lastor decades In this sweeping novel reminiscent of Kate Morton’s The Lake House and Kristin Harmel’s The Room on Rue Amélie Julia Kelly explores the unexpected connections that cross time and the special places that bring people together orev.

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Instagram again Bestselling author Julia Kelly plants the seed of an idea nurtures it into a vivid intriguing seedling then ertilizes prunes and shapes its various twisting branches into a stunning garden Connected across the decades by a garden in desperate need of their care three The Keys To The House, Tree, And Person fascinating women grow alongside one another shedding secrets and insecurities eventually blooming with self realization hope and love Netgalley it s January 1908 She walks in the winter garden surrounded by Christmas Roses I loved the opening descriptionsbthen it s February 2021 and Emma is meeting with clients I liked reading about Emma s work in the winter garden I loved going back and time and reading about the past I loved reading about the beginnings of the garden I loved the characters and seeing how they would connect to the present This book was received as an Advanced Reviewer s Copyrom NetGalleyThe Last Garden in England is the Unjust Deserts first book I ve read of Kelly s Choosing to situate her book in three different time periods they all revolve around the same garden and the lives of the women who touched that gardenVenetia is a garden designer in theirst decade of the 20th century Known George V. Higgins for her designs and use of non traditional styles she s made a nameor herself Now working on a new garden she Black Brothers, Inc. finds distractions that could ultimately end up sinking her careerBeth Diana and several other characters round out the time period during WWII in which England was besieged and many manors and homesteads taken over in the war effort The beloved garden designed by Venetia in a previous decade is no exception granting comfort to the inhabitants of the manor that is being used as a makeshift hospital and theamily who still lives there as wellFinally Emma of 2021 is hired to restore the beautiful garden to its previous glory A devoted an of Venetia unlocking the gardens mysteries becomes just as important as restoring it And maybe there s time in there or her to discover what she truly wants and needs out of life as welljAll of the characters are pretty compelling While I didn t connect uite so much with Venetia I at least understood her plot struggling to make a name Daddy Daughter Incest 2 Series Bundle for herself in a male dominated world I think where I lost connection was in the romance and even that probably only because of how uickly her particular chapters went Myavorite character was probably Diana I ound her complex and interesting especially given the trials her character has to endure Stella too really resonated with me I eel like the book has a potential to paint her in a bad light due to her choices but I think her strengths were in recognizing her weaknesses and seeking to This Many Miles From Desire find. St with a growing reputationor her ambitious work Venetia Smith has carved out a niche or herself as a garden designer to industrialists solicitors and bankers looking to show off their wealth with sumptuous country houses When she is hired to design the gardens of Highbury House she is determined to make them a triumph but the gardens and the people she meets promise to change her life orever 1944 When land girl Beth Pedley arrives at a Sermons Not Spoken farm on the outskirts of the village of Highbury all she wants is toind a place she can call home Cook Stella Adderton on the other hand is desperate to leave Highbury House.

The Last Garden in England by Julia Kelly is an excellent historical Julia fiction novel that is a triple timeline story that weaves together to create a beautiful and amazing book that kept me rivetedrom beginning to end I have been a huge Dancing with Fireflies (Chapel Springs, fan of Ms Kellyor uite a while now I loved her previous two books The Light Over London and The Whispers of War When I saw that she had a new book coming out I knew I had to read it And it most certainly did not disappoint There were so many things I loved about this book1 The ability to take three separate stories The Little House in the Woods and Other Stories from three different time periods create excellent plots and weave them all together seamlessly into a breathtaking end All three time periods early 1900s 1940s and 2021 were all excellent in their own rights That in itself is hard toind I enjoyed the development the complexity the mystery the romance the twiststurnssuspense and the endings all eually 2 I loved the The Modern Art Invasion full character cast Ms Kelly has outdone herself with aull array of The Faceless Ones (Skulduggery Pleasant, fascinating characters I loved Venetia Emma Diana and even Stella as hard as it was at some points to do so There were so many characters within each story to even mention however each one was vital complex realistic andit perfectly I loved how each woman was different in personality and place yet all had similarities that the reader discovered throughout the book Excellent3 I loved the central theme of the Highbury House Gardens I was completely blown away and wonderfully immersed into a botanical dream Learning about all of the plants lowers descriptions history colors care and design was a dream It is clear that the author has done her research and it showed in how she was able to create a literary masterpiece that made me eel as if I was actually walking among the paths Neverland (Adventures in Neverland, feeling the dew on my legs as they brushed against the leaves the silky petals against my skin as I touched the blossoms and the smell of earth leaves ponds and dampness as I wandered throughout the areas during each season It was truly remarkable4 The ending I LOVED it It was perfect in every way and nothing else would haveit Just perfectI also enjoyed the Author s note at the end to give a bit context as to what was Invisible Darkness fact vsiction vs inspiration I enjoyed that as wellThis was easily one of my B. Altman and Cos Enlarged Store, 1914 favorite books this year with Ms Kelly being one of myavorite authors She has most certainly done it again Bravo55 stars enthusiastically Thank you NetGalley and Gallery Books The Space Race for this ARC and in return I am submitting my unbiased and voluntary review and opinionI am posting this review to my GR Bookbub and Instagram accounts immediately and will post it to my and BN accounts upon publication and. From the author of the international bestseller The Light Over London and The Whispers of War comes a poignant and unforgettable tale ofive women living across three different times whose lives are all connected by one very special garden Present day Emma Lovett who has dedicated her career to breathing new life into long neglected gardens has just been given the opportunity of a lifetime to restore the gardens of the amed Highbury House estate designed in 1907 by her hero Venetia Smith But as Emma dives deeper into the gardens’ past she begins to uncover secrets that have long lain hidden 1907 A talented arti.

Julia Kelly is the international bestselling author of sweeping WWII novels about ordinary women and their extraordinary stories told from the British Home Front In addition to writing she’s been an Emmy nominated producer journalist marketing professional and for one summer a tea waitress Julia called Los Angeles Iowa and New York City home before settling in London Readers can visit J