A Sound Of Chariots

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A Sound Of Chariots

A Sound Of Chariots A young girl growing up in Scotland after World War I tries to come to terms with her grief over her father s death and her increasing sense of the passage of time

  • Title: A Sound Of Chariots
  • Author: Mollie Hunter
  • ISBN: 9780816161485
  • Page: 204
  • Format: None
  • A young girl growing up in Scotland after World War I tries to come to terms with her grief over her father s death and her increasing sense of the passage of time.

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    1. Featherheart on said:

      Wow. What a powerful book. Since there isn't any synopsis, I will type the first paragraph of the inside cover, which sums it up nicely:Bridie Mcshane was the most boisterous of this family of five children who grew up in a small village in Scotland after World War I. Yet she was also the most sensitive of them, and she had been her father's favorite child. For a long time after she was told of his death, she was devastated by grief, and she was haunted also by a sense of Time passing towards th [...]

    2. Cynthia Egbert on said:

      Grief. I believe that this might be the best treatise on grief that I have yet read in a work of fiction. That being said, I am not sure that I could consider this to be a YA book, it goes to depth about loss and the response to loss and it is not easy to read or sometimes grasp. But, I was highly impressed. This is very different from the other works offered by Ms. Hunter and I am appreciated both her writing and her grasp of what grief looks like in a young, artistic soul. Passages of worth:"H [...]

    3. Meredith on said:

      This book spoke to me powerfully when I read it as a child, and is one of the few books I have read multiple times.

    4. Sandra Allemeersch on said:

      I actually wanne give it a 3,5 stars.It was really a 'sweet' book to read. Beautiful use of language and O-my-god the 'scottish' parts <3I would have liked the book to be longer/thicker. I wanted to know what happend after that in her life. I liked the way of thinking of the main character. A revolutionist :)For me it was a good book to read on vacation.

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