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  • Marvellous!

    An excellent continuation of this heartwarming series, bringing things full circle. Peggy and Able live in the country now with the twins, running a successful business but it doesn't stop Peggy fretting about her two eldest even though they are now adults with children of their own. With the decision made to head back to the Lanes for Christmas, Peggy is looking forward to meeting up with all her friends again - letters just aren't the same! Able is a quiet, contented husband and father, but not much escapes him - would moving back to London make life easier or not? It's wonderful to be back with this cast of characters again; Rosie Clarke's excellent writing makes each one come alive and she has the period details spot on. With a little bit of upset, unhappiness and a huge dollop of love this is a marvellous read and one I have really enjoyed. Being reminded of all the residents in and around the lanes is most entertaining and it's lovely to catch up with them all again. A delight to read and a series I recommend to all lovers of sagas set during, and just after, the second world war. For me, this is well worth 4.5*.

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  • A reunion at mulberry lane

    I loved the series.now i would love to see another mulberry lane!! This story could go on till Peggy and Able retired!! Heres hoping.thx Rosie Claek. Xo

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  • A charming story!

    A Reunion at Mulberry Lane by Rosie Clarke is the 6th tale in The Mulberry Lane Series. I believe it is best if this series is read in order. Each book builds upon the previous one. There is a great cast of characters in this series. Peggy is the matriarch who brought them all together. She has been through so much and deserves the happiness she has with Able. Changes may be in store for Peggy as Fay discovers she is a natural at ice skating. I enjoyed catching up with Peggy, Able, Maureen, Sheila, Pip, Rose, and Tom. Each family experiences the good and the bad that life has to offer. I thought A Reunion at Mulberry Lane was well-written and it moves along at a steady pace. I like the authors descriptions because I feel that I am experiencing things with the characters. I could imagine walking around the market picking out bits and pieces for Christmas or pulling a pint at the pub. There is an abundance of food in this tale. They are eating well now that the war is over, and more items are available to them. These ladies are wonderful cooks and bakers. I can see why the pub and the two cafes are crowded. Mulberry Lane is such a cozy place where people look out for each other. The people are there to help pick up the kiddies from school, take food to someone in need, or help in the pub. There are changes being made in the East End, but it has yet to affect those who live and work on Mulberry Lane. I enjoyed reading A Reunion at Mulberry Lane as I do all of Rosie Clarke’s books. It was lovely spending Christmas on Mulberry Lane with this group. A Reunion at Mulberry Lane is a saga with family, friendship, drama, romance, hardship, heartbreak, grief, and fun. This is what I call a comfort read. I would love PBS to make this into a television series. A Reunion at Mulberry Lane is a charming historical novel with countless cakes, a spoiled skater, a melancholy mother, unpredicted prospect, matrimonial misfortunes, and a cheery Christmas.

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  • Good

    A very interesting story of a group of women and their families. I found it hard follow who was related to whom at times.

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  • Awesome

    Great ending to a must read series, ty Rosie for all your wonderful books.

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