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    Exceptional

    Well written. Handeled the topic with spiritual maturity. Taught some history a long with tradition
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    Just so wrong

    This author clearly doesn't understand the way titles work in the UK, and has no idea about how the great houses of England are designed and run. There were so many irritating errors that the story just didn't work or make sense.
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    Delightful and wonderfully written story!

    I absolutely loved this book, not only the story but the writing style used by Michael R. Phillips. He "got me" in his introduction to the story and kept me right with him all the way through over the 10 day period it took me to read it. I started it at the beginning of a trip to the Caribbean and it was perfect reading for our flight to and from our destination and, as it is a very long book (700 plus pages), I was able to sneak in some reading time while vacationing and visiting. The story starts from the 1800's and takes the reader through various life styles and political and historical events through to the mid-1900's. It centers around a "well-to-d0" family (the Rutherfords) living in Heathersleigh Hall and passes down through a few generations until we reach Charles and Jocelyn Rutherford and their three children, George, Amanda and Catharine. All goes well with the family until Charles and then Jocelyn make some major changes in their lives - changes which are accepted readily by young George and Catharine, but certainly not by the strong-willed Amanda. She has visions of following in her father's footsteps and making a big name for herself, but when her father decides to change his career, Amanda is devastated, and wants nothing more to do with her parents' new way of life. This story will keep you thinking and will pull at your heart-strings, as your follow the delightful characters through trials and tribulations. I definitely want to know more about this family and about the mysteries of Heathersleigh Hall.
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