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I m always very excited when a new novel from Lesley Pearse arrives, I ve been a fan of hers since her very first book was published back in 1993.Her latest novel Forgive Me will be published on 14 February 2013 by Michael Joseph Penguin I have spent the last couple of days engrossed in it, and yet again she has produced another epic story that has kept me gripped until the end.Forgive Me is set in the early 1990s and once again Lesley Pearse has created a strong and gutsy female lead charac I m always very excited when a new novel from Lesley Pearse arrives, I ve been a fan of hers since her very first book was published back in 1993.Her latest novel Forgive Me will be published on 14 February 2013 by Michael Joseph Penguin I have spent the last couple of days engrossed in it, and yet again she has produced another epic story that has kept me gripped until the end.Forgive Me is set in the early 1990s and once again Lesley Pearse has created a strong and gutsy female lead character in Eva Patterson The story opens on the day that Eva returns home to find that her beloved mother Flora has committed suicide, from that moment on, everything that Eva believed about herself and her family is proved to have been based on lies Flora s will states that Eva will inherit an artist s studio in London, but Eva didn t know anything about it, she didn t even know that her mother had been a successful artist Eva discovers a bundle of old diaries and paintings in the studio which tell her a little about her past and lead her to Scotland to try and discoverAlong the way, she uncovers some shocking secrets that will change her life forever.This was a really fast paced and emotional read Although the story centres around Eva and her search for answers about her beginnings, there is a hint of thrill and mystery added to the mix The writing is superb as always, the characters are wonderfully drawn, I especially loved Phil the builder who rescued Eva and made her feel special again.The story moves from leafy Cheltenham, to fast paced London and up to rural Scotland, and Lesley Pearse s descriptions are wonderful, really evoking a strong sense of place and era The story covers some serious issues which are dealt with sensitively, yet realistically.At the beginning of the story, Eva Patterson is a fairly innocent young girl, living comfortably in a nice house with loving parents During her quest to find out the truth about her mother she experiences heartache and let down, violence and depression, yet at the end of the book, she is a strong woman no longer a girl, but happier and finally content.This is another epic story from one of the best storytellers published today who never lets me down with her fabulous characters and her engrossing plots I loved it I have never read a Lesley Pearce which I now realise was a huge mistake on my part However, this gave me the added advantage of having no expectations when I started reading The main character Eva Patterson is the lead character and the opening chapters put you firmly into the horrifying discovery Eva makes as she finds her mother following her suicide It is this event that starts a chain reaction that is horrifying and I certainly didn t expect from a book with some an endearingly beautiful I have never read a Lesley Pearce which I now realise was a huge mistake on my part However, this gave me the added advantage of having no expectations when I started reading The main character Eva Patterson is the lead character and the opening chapters put you firmly into the horrifying discovery Eva makes as she finds her mother following her suicide It is this event that starts a chain reaction that is horrifying and I certainly didn t expect from a book with some an endearingly beautiful cover.Aside from her Mothers suicide it s hard to mention anything else within the story for fear of spoiling it for others As a reader you literally follow Eva throughout her life and as each new trauma unfolds you feel yourself willing her on and hoping that things turn out okay for her It s an extremely gripping book and I can honestly say buy the end of it I was certain that I needed to stock up on Lesley Pearse s back catalogue From start to finish I was taken on an emotional rollercoaster and found myself utterly enthralled by this book The cover although beautiful didn t even give me the slightest hint that this book would be so full of drama and tension I would truly recommend this book and am thrilled that I have discovered just how great an author she is I am now eagerly looking forward to reading her other books Average This was the first Lesley Pearse novel I have read and found the style of writing very hohum, a lot of telling but not showing The amount of tragedy Eva underwent I m surprised she didn t commit suicide It felt like it would never end It s years since I ve read a Lesley Pearse and this is not the style of writing I remember Found this far too sweet to be wholesome 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(Middle School By James Patterson ➵ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk de facto [Ebook] ➧ The Hand That First Held Mine By Maggie O& – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk perdoar Eva comes home one day to find her mother Flora dead in the bath with her wrists slit She then finds a note saying, Forgive me Eva wants to try and understand what drove her mother to suicide She thinks life can barely get worse, but it does Her younger brother Ben and sister Sophie don t seem to appreciate all she does to try and keep the family running smoothly and then she receives some news that rocks her to the core.Life becomes impossible at home After her mother leaves her a studio Eva comes home one day to find her mother Flora dead in the bath with her wrists slit She then finds a note saying, Forgive me Eva wants to try and understand what drove her mother to suicide She thinks life can barely get worse, but it does Her younger brother Ben and sister Sophie don t seem to appreciate all she does to try and keep the family running smoothly and then she receives some news that rocks her to the core.Life becomes impossible at home After her mother leaves her a studio in London, Eva sets out to make a new life She meets a man that changes her view of herself At the same time she discovers from those who knew her mother when younger just how little she knew about the woman she called Mother I found this novel interesting enough to keep reading with a few twists and turns in the plot I did think some of the male characters were a bit unbelievable, especially Phil who seemed almost too good to be true As the story moves towards the ending, I thought it gotfarfetched and melodramatic At times too, Eva s attitude irritated me but perhaps it was understandable given her circumstances While I enjoyed it and it kept me reading uncovering the secrets of Flora s life, I thought it could have done with being a bit shorter Forgive Me opens with Flora and the stomach churning vivid description of her suicide The moment her daughter Eva Patterson discovers the body is brutally realistic and if that wasn t enough to traumatise her for the rest of her life, the death of her mother sets into motion much bigger wheels It turns Eva s existence completely upside down and changes everything she s ever known about herself and her family Throughout the book I felt a lot of sympathy for Eva, who is a very likeable characte Forgive Me opens with Flora and the stomach churning vivid description of her suicide The moment her daughter Eva Patterson discovers the body is brutally realistic and if that wasn t enough to traumatise her for the rest of her life, the death of her mother sets into motion much bigger wheels It turns Eva s existence completely upside down and changes everything she s ever known about herself and her family Throughout the book I felt a lot of sympathy for Eva, who is a very likeable character and doesn t deserve all the harm that comes her way It seems that from the moment her mother gets brutally ripped from her life she s in for one devastating encounter after another and it s a testimony to her character and inner strength that all the horrible things that happen to her don t encourage her to follow in Flora s footsteps within the first few chapters The novel is immensely sad and often distressing, not only for protagonist Eva but also for the reader It is filled with shocking twists, emotionally draining discoveries and deceiving characters, which make it very hard to trust anyone or believe anything at all Author Lesley Pearse has a flair for depicting the dramatic and in this book she ticks many gritty boxes suicide, physical and mental abuse, attempted murder and derangement, to name a few Combined with her incredible ability for highly intriguing storytelling this novel will mesmerise the reader from start to finish Many thanks to Penguin UK for an advanced reader copy of the novel in exchange for an honest review for Lovereading. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is possibly the worst Lesley Pearse book ive read so far unfortunately.I struggled to empathise with Eva, mainly because she was an irritating drama queen Plus she was probably the luckiest unlucky person ever everybody did everything for her she stumbled from white knight to white knight who did everything from fit her kitchen to tie her shoelaces Found not one but two men who d never laid eyes on her before yet were falling over themselves to be her replacement daddy Walked in and This is possibly the worst Lesley Pearse book ive read so far unfortunately.I struggled to empathise with Eva, mainly because she was an irritating drama queen Plus she was probably the luckiest unlucky person ever everybody did everything for her she stumbled from white knight to white knight who did everything from fit her kitchen to tie her shoelaces Found not one but two men who d never laid eyes on her before yet were falling over themselves to be her replacement daddy Walked in and out of jobs whenever she pleased with the most understanding bosses ive ever come across, then walked out on her saint of a boyfriend for months while she magically snapped herself out of her depression Luckily he d been waiting patiently for her return and to walk seemlessly back into his life Don t even get me started on the tail end of the book that kept hammering home how attractive and appealing to men she now was.she was skinnier, tanned and getting wolf whistles from men horray whatcan you want your life is fixed twit twoo.Im normally a Lesley Pearse fan, and maybe im too cynical but this one just wasn t for me.and if i didn t know when it was written id assume it was one her earlier books because she s definately written better Lesley Pearse is my favourite author, she the only author I will buy new in Hardback as I just cannot wait until the paperback is released I have read loved all of her books and once again this is another extremely well written and emotional story full of drama, believable characters and unexpected twists Unmissable Lesley Pearse is my favourite author, she the only author I will buy new in Hardback as I just cannot wait until the paperback is released I have read loved all of her books and once again this is another extremely well written and emotional story full of drama, believable characters and unexpected twists Unmissable I usually have loved her booksand maybe that s why this one is getting a 2 and not even a 3I expect way better from her and the 400 pages of this book are a little drag.it s not accepted how you can make us look at the same person as being strong and then weakshe is counting every penny and then suddenly spending mindlessshe talks of love, and then runs awayThe plot might have been goodbut has too many loopholesand even when the book was thick enough for every character I usually have loved her booksand maybe that s why this one is getting a 2 and not even a 3I expect way better from her and the 400 pages of this book are a little drag.it s not accepted how you can make us look at the same person as being strong and then weakshe is counting every penny and then suddenly spending mindlessshe talks of love, and then runs awayThe plot might have been goodbut has too many loopholesand even when the book was thick enough for every character to have their own proper story, no character really seemed built upall in all, it was a let from what s expected from a Lesley Pearse novel Perdoa-me


About the Author: Lesley Pearse

Lesley Pearse is one of the UK s best loved novelists with fans across the globe and sales of over 2 million copies of her books to date A true storyteller and a master of gripping storylines that keep the reader hooked from beginning to end, Pearse introduces you to characters that it is impossible not to care about or forget There is no formula to her books or easily defined genre Whether crime as in Till We Meet Again , historical adventure like Never Look Back , or the passionately emotive Trust Me , based on the true life scandal of British child migrants sent to Australia in the post war period, she engages the reader completely.Truth is often stranger than fiction and Lesley s life has been as packed with drama as her books She was three when her mother died under tragic circumstances Her father was away at sea and it was only when a neighbour saw Lesley and her brother playing outside without coats on that suspicion was aroused their mother had been dead for some time With her father in the Royal Marines, Lesley and her older brother spent three years in grim orphanages before her father remarried a veritable dragon of an ex army nurse and Lesley and her older brother were brought home again, to be joined by two other children who were later adopted by her father and stepmother, and a continuing stream of foster children The impact of constant change and uncertainty in Lesley s early years is reflected in one of the recurring themes in her books what happens to those who are emotionally damaged as children It was an extraordinary childhood and in all her books, Lesley has skilfully married the pain and unhappiness of her early experiences with a unique gift for storytelling.


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