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❴Read❵ ➬ Silver Author Scott Cairns – Kdglass.co.uk London 1911 The death of Avery Silver an unremarkable elderly gentleman should not cause a stir but when his daughter Imogen identifies his body a shocking secret is brought to light that not only disRead Silver Author Scott Cairns Kdglass.co.uk London 1911 The death of Avery Silver an unremarkable elderly gentleman should not cause a stir but when his daughter Imogen identifies his body a shocking secret is brought to light that not only dis Lond.

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  • Jemma

    Silver Kindle ì Paperback silver epub, Silver PDFA good attempt at a tricky subject and the first half feels very real The second half however is wooly and ther


  • Tadhg

    Silver Kindle ì Paperback silver epub, Silver PDFI really liked this; it dove straight into the plot and jumping back and forth in time worked well as the different POV I appreciated the languagepronouns used for Avery throughout and the shocked reaction of Imogen The introduction of Elizabeth's POV was a bit jarring but once her role became clear and the fact that although the chapters were nominally POVs they weren't first person her chapters advanced the plot wellStill have uestions but we shouldn't expect stories of people's lives to wrap up neatly


  • Elizabeth Hopkinson

    Silver Kindle ì Paperback silver epub, Silver PDFThis novel was not what I had hoped for I was very interested in the subject matter and was hoping for an in depth exploration of Avery's feelings and inner struggles Sadly the novel reads like an early draft in need of editing and with way too many anachronisms particularly in terms of attitudes and modes of address And there isn't enough subplot; sometimes it's telling us things we already know or can work out for ourselves I ended up skimming big parts of it There is potential here but I think it was much too soon to go public with this


  • Chris Bullock

    Silver Kindle ì Paperback silver epub, Silver PDFA really enthralling book written very much in the style of the period I enjoyed this from start to finish the only minor complaint is that here and there words have been missed out It could therefore benefit from a good proof read however it does not detract from the story line or the style which was hugely enjoyable


  • Sarah Morgan

    Silver Kindle ì Paperback silver epub, Silver PDFDon't pay attention to what others tell you Judge everything and everyone for yourself So this intriguing book starts and to honour its premise that is where this review will end I urge you to read it and judge for yourself #9 2015


  • Bib

    Silver Kindle ì Paperback silver epub, Silver PDFThis is a well written long book The story reminds me of Jackie Kay's Trumpet


  • Louise Collins

    Silver Kindle ì Paperback silver epub, Silver PDFAmazing debut novel Read it


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