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Part Of The Furniture by Mary Wesley (2008-01-03)

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  • By Guest on February 4, 2017

    Surprised this writer only started writing in her seventies, if memory serves me. She wrote a lot of books and this is supposed to be one of her best.

  • By Maggie H. on February 1, 2018

    What a good book this is, well written, smart, funny at times and with a lovely understanding of human nature. I never heard of Mary Wesley before but I will be sure to read her other books.

  • By Mary Ann on August 30, 2017

    This is one of the most engaging books to fall Into my lap this year. It is only the second by this author, for me, but the list is growing. It is the best kind of Cinderella story.

  • By Guest on July 14, 2014

    Mary Wesley is one of my favorite writers. She didn't start writing until she was in her 70's. Some of her characters are in another one of her books - grown up - or before their deaths. I implore you to try 1 or 2 of her novels & I think they may leave an indelible memory... Lynne from Sellersvlle.

  • By Alabama Anglophile on July 28, 2017

    This novel of life on the home front in England during World War II will be savored by any Anglophile. I wonder how many of you will know of the WWI poets or of Cyril Connelly?

  • By irish9085 on August 9, 2017

    I loved it. This is my first reading of one of Mary Wesley's books, but it won't be my last.

  • By Macks Master on July 29, 2017

    This is a fast read and able to keep my attention. I enjoyed the details and culture of England during the 1940's. it is a bit of fluff. Good escapist fare.

  • By Caroline Lim on May 7, 2012

    Unloved by her mother, disliked by her aunt, considered a plaything by childhood friends, Juno is not thought of quite so much as a person in her own right but as ...well, just someone who's there.With WWII escalating, her mother in Canada, now remarried, her aunt trying to bully her into signing up for some war service work, Juno is entrusted with a letter to deliver in the country wherein she finds herself warmly welcomed and seemingly immediately adopted by the inhabitants and neighbors.Watching the relationships that develop between Juno, the housekeeper, the country gentleman in whose house she has come to live, the farm manager and the nosy neighbor is part of what makes this a truly delightful read, as does watching Juno learn to enjoy being among people who love and care for her.

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