My corner of the oval

… thoughts from a Kiwi cricket fan

Book Review: The Legacy of Hartlepool Hall

on June 4, 2012

Well, the moral of the story would seem to be:

“… that comfortable surroundings … and all the things that went with that, don’t tend to produce happiness or fulfilment without some sense of love to go with them.”

I actually ended up really enjoying this story; I found the first few chapters a bit difficult to get through, however, but once I got to know the characters, I found myself wanting to read more and more to find out what became of them in the end!

If you enjoyed Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, I think you’ll enjoy this book also; in fact, I think I enjoyed this book MORE as it was written more as a story, rather than the letters, emails and memos of Salmon Fishing.

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