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This is followed by a flashback sequence, the first being the scene where she scolds the young girl. We then see a time decal of the month previous where she meets the girl in a mall.
She sees the girl by herself crying and goes over to check on her. The girl, whose name is Alice, explains that the money she had been given to buy a doll has been stolen.
Ann pities Alice and buys her a doll. Alice asks for Ann's address and says she will repay her later. As she walks away, Alice throws the doll in a trashcan.
The film then flashes forward to Alice visiting Ann. She gives Ann a portrait she drew of her, Ann returns the gesture by gifting a pinned blue butterfly.
Alice sees a handmade ornament with Dorothy inscribed on it. Ann explains that Dorothy is her deceased daughter. Alice looks around the apartment and sees that there are some french books on Ann's shelf.
When she leaves, Alice asks Ann if she can keep the money she was supposed to repay her for the doll and explains her mother is disabled.
Ann agrees to give Alice the money and offers to tutor Alice in French. Alice agrees to come back.
Ann enters a rundown apartment block. Ann picks up a blue framed butterfly, showing that the apartment is where Alice lives.
Ann packs some of Alice's clothes and leaves. In the elevator, Ann hits the emergency stop buttons and opens a small trap door. There is a body underneath the lift.
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Such a great read with lots of twists and turns and just REAL characters. Highly recommend! A new novel by Lucinda Riley!!
I'm excited! My Thanks to NetGalley and MacMillan publishers for an ARC of this book in return for an honest review. I found that it was a slow start with too many disjointed elements and characters, although you trust that they will all come together eventually.
It began with a flashback to in Suffolk where Posy, the main character, is playing with her Spitfire pilot father in th My Thanks to NetGalley and MacMillan publishers for an ARC of this book in return for an honest review.
It began with a flashback to in Suffolk where Posy, the main character, is playing with her Spitfire pilot father in the grounds of their large country house, Admiral House.
Posy has brought them up at Admiral House on her own, and run the small estate single handed too. There continue to be flashbacks into her earlier life so that we can see how they have affected the mature person that she now is.
It seemed to be all about who has loved who. Much more could have been made of the Suffolk countryside in which this tale is set.
Their nearest town is the seaside resort of Southwold which features frequently. There is just no spirit of place anywhere. I also found it unrealistic.
Posy does a large garden that she has developed herself over years, all on her own. She cooks comforting cakes and other food for her family, has a part-time job in a local gallery, is nearly seventy, but there is no mention of her doing the basic cleaning for this huge pile.
I could go on. My feeling for most of this book was that it was rather obvious, predictable, superficial, chick lit.
But I must admit that I did, in the last quarter of the book get interested in how the story resolved, unbelievable thought it was.
It certainly had a very emotional ending. The Butterfly Garden is a tells the story of Posy Montague, approaching her seventieth birthday and still living in her family home, Admiral House a house that had been in her family for generations.
The narrative alternates between the different periods of her life from her childhood in the s to the present day. The Butterfly Room is a stunning novel, captivating until the last page Lucinda Riley has once again shown why she deserves to be a best-selling author.
Highly recommended Posy is nearing 70 years old and lives in her old family home, Admiral House in the Suffolk countryside.
Her memories of her beloved childhood home centre mostly around her time with her father before he passed away, and how they used to study butterflies together.
The story alternates between Posy in her 70s, and her relationships with her two sons, and extended family, and when Posy was younger, her relationship with her own parents and past lovers.
It turns out that everyone has secr 2. It turns out that everyone has secrets, and perhaps Posy doesn't always quite remember everything the way it really was.
Posy will need to dig deep to reassess her life and her beliefs as she unearths Admiral House's deep hidden past. This wasn't the best book I have read by this author.
The basis of the story was good, if not almost completely predictable, but the characters themselves were quite shallowly drawn.
The dialogue was also atrociously stilted. But it was an easy read. This is the first book that I have read by this author.
On the whole I enjoyed this book but did feel it was lacking any real sort of story, it just plodded along delving into the past of the family with a few scandals along the way.
The Butterfly Room by Lucinda Riley is an historical fiction novel told in dual timelines from multiple character perspectives. It's a multi-generational family saga set in Suffolk and contains several mysteries and a few secrets.
Posy Montague is our main character and we meet her at the age of 70 when she is living in the enormous rundown family estate Admiral House, her adult children having moved away.
One of Posy's sons is an antiques dealer and I really enjoyed the little insight we get into The Butterfly Room by Lucinda Riley is an historical fiction novel told in dual timelines from multiple character perspectives.
One of Posy's sons is an antiques dealer and I really enjoyed the little insight we get into his occupation and business. As we get to know Posy and changes in her family start to happen, we go back in time to Posy's childhood and her father's service in the war.
We get a glimpse of Posy's life at university and how she fell in love and eventually married. The modern timeline features Posy and her children and their various family goings on, which include domestic themes of: friendship, love, parenthood, career, adultery, divorce, domestic violence and grief.
Coming in at more than pages, The Butterfly Room is a very character-driven novel that moves forward inch by inch, conversation by conversation.
This person drives to that house, has a conversation. Next day, this person phones that person, travels up from London etc.
What kept me engaged throughout the domestic drama were the two mysteries and the hint of a few family secrets that were worth uncovering.
I managed to correctly guess one of them - which never happens - and incorrectly guess the other, so that surprise was satisfying.
After the page mark I started to pick up on a number of repetitions that proved mildly irritating. The repeated use of phrases of endearment like 'my darling girl' and 'my darling boy' were used by different characters way too frequently.
While some originated from the same family members - thereby somewhat understandable and thereby excusable - others weren't.
I also noticed that many of the characters had a habit of talking to themselves aloud in full sentences. These sentences were printed with the use of dialogue punctuation which seemed strange and while I can believe one character might do this, I couldn't believe that many characters would possess this personality trait.
When it comes to the title, I'm not quite sure The Butterfly Room was the best title for this generational family saga.
A butterfly room does feature in the novel, but it could be perceived as a teaser or a spoiler. I'd have preferred a title capturing the magnificent property that unites all of the characters, that of Admiral House.
Riley did a wonderful job of evoking the gardens and property in a way that really made it come to life and was the star of the novel for me.
Recommended for fans of historical fiction, family sagas and romance at all stages of life. Fans of Kate Morton, Hannah Richell, Anna Romer and Sarah Maine will feel at home with Lucinda Riley's The Butterfly Room.
A family saga that spans several generations. I thought the plot was good though and it held my attention throughout.
Thank you to Pan Macmillan and Netgalley for offering me an advance copy for review. This is my first standalone Lucinda Riley having read her seven sisters series this is something different.
Starting during WWII Posy adores her father and lives a comfortable sheltered life in a large house in Suffolk. Meanwhile in the present day Posy is juggling her large house alone,combined with her two sons who are polar opposites and the sudden reappeara Thank you to Pan Macmillan and Netgalley for offering me an advance copy for review.
Meanwhile in the present day Posy is juggling her large house alone,combined with her two sons who are polar opposites and the sudden reappearance of her first love.
There are a lot of plotlines going through this novel and it's a skillful hand that guides through the twists and turns.