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Boy or is it Leo is just a human body moving about the countryside. Deeply disappointing. Will it get better? I may forget to find out.
It does improve. The writing is really beautiful but quite risky overall to start the novel so slowly. I realise it is presenting a time when things really did move at that pace but tough on the reader.
Things get moving about half way through the novel and then I started to sink in and enjoy. What a quiet, yet powerful book! It evokes such a powerful feeling of time and place.
The author does not make it easy for the reader. I have limited experience with farm animals, but Pears had me reaching for the dictionary frequently.
It was totally worth it though. The turn of the century English Manor came alive as did Leo. Thanks to Jeanette and Diane for your great reviews!
So happy that I can jump into the second book right away! View all 6 comments. Mar 18, Erin rated it it was amazing. This writing blew me away and I am so thankful that I spotted this on the shelf at the library.
It's one of those books that moves along with short chapters that are seemingly about nothing more than small everyday occurrences in the like of Leo, 12 who lives among the people who work the land and the animals on the farms of a giant estate in England, where all life is tied to the seasons and the weather.
The book goes on at this pace until almost the very end when you get blindsided I actually wanted to yell One note: totally necessary for the book but a little difficult at first is the detailed language about horses, farm equipment, etc.
Just get past it And also, pretty graphic description of a pig slaughter, but again His family live on a farming estate serving the Master Lord Prideaux in his manor house doing a variety of jobs around the estate.
Leo, skinny, pale and quiet, dreams of a life working on the stud horse farm. He struggles to keep attention in school, his mind wandering to the nature around him, and his passion for horses.
The real strength of the writing is in the descriptions of the countryside. It is a wonderful coming of age story, and the first book or a trilogy.
I received my copy free from Goodreads in exchange for an honest review. This is a beautifully written account of the lives of the families who live and work on the lands of Lord Prideaux's estate on the Devon-Somerset border around , particularly the family of eleven year old Leo.
The book is written in a slow and gentle style and is beautifully descriptive. The characters are all well developed and you feel as if you are there watching the events gently unfold.
The novel doesn't shirk from t I received my copy free from Goodreads in exchange for an honest review.
The novel doesn't shirk from the harder and more brutal aspects of life in those times without judging that aspect of life.
The book ends with a highly unexpected twist which has left me desperate for the second book in the trilogy.
All in all I loved this book and it is one of my top books of Feb 19, Andy rated it it was amazing Shelves: requested-received , historical-fiction , fiction , library , faves.
Apr 12, Glenda Johnson rated it it was amazing. Very detailed which might put some off but the descriptions of farm life are amazing and tender but not syrupy.
It took me a while to get into this book, but it was well worth it in the end. It is constructed from episodes in lives of the rural inhabitants of a Devon estate.
Their place in the world secure and unchanging. The boy, Leopold Sercombe, the son of a carter is the main character. Gifted with horses he is more often a quiet observer than an ac It took me a while to get into this book, but it was well worth it in the end.
Gifted with horses he is more often a quiet observer than an actor in the small dramas that surround him. We see the world through his eyes, the rich descriptions of the yearly cycle of life on the estate are vivid and wonderful.
The stacking of the hay, threshing the wheat and so on, rich in detail and, I assume, meticulously researched. The language is simple and beautiful and the author does an excellent job transporting us right into that time and place.
Eventually descriptions alone were enough to hook me in Having worked on farms in west wales many years ago I felt a direct connection to many of the episodes which may have helped.
That was just as well really, because for most of the book there is very little obvious plot, time passes but little changes.
It takes slow to the extreme. I admit at first I was dubious as to whether I would finish as the whole thing seems a little flat, but once I started just to let it flow over me, like slow tv, or those episodes of the Archers where nothing really happens but the predictable pattern of rural life is deeply comforting, I really started to enjoy it.
And then the ending! Some equate the Four Horsemen with the angels of the four winds. Some speculate that when the imagery of the Seven Seals is compared to other eschatological descriptions throughout the Bible, the themes of the horsemen draw remarkable similarity to the events of the Olivet Discourse.
The signs of the approaching end of the world are likened to birth pains, indicating that they would occur more frequently and with greater intensity the nearer the event of Christ's return.
With this perspective the horsemen represent the rise of false religions, false prophets and false messiahs; the increase of wars and rumours of wars; the escalation of natural disasters and famines; and the growth of persecution, martyrdom, betrayal and loss of faith.
According to Anatoly Fomenko , the Book of Revelation is largely astrological in nature. The 'Four Horsemen' represent the planets Mercury , Mars , Jupiter and Saturn.
It may be assumed by some Christian interpretation that when the tribulation begins, the peace is taken away, so their job is to terrify the places in which they patrol.
The four living creatures of Revelation are written very similarly to the four living creatures in Ezekiel — In Revelation each of the living creatures summons a horseman, where in Ezekiel the living creatures follow wherever the spirit leads, without turning.
In Ezekiel , the Lord enumerates His "four disastrous acts of judgment" ESV , sword, famine, wild beasts, and pestilence, against the idolatrous elders of Israel.
A symbolic interpretation of the Four Horsemen links the riders to these judgments, or the similar judgments in — From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Figures in the New Testament believed to start the apocalypse. Contrasting beliefs. Historicism Interpretations of Revelation Futurism Preterism Idealism Dispensationalism.
The Millennium. Amillennialism Postmillennialism Premillennialism Prewrath Rapture Posttribulation Rapture Dispensationalism.
Biblical texts. Daniel Seventy Weeks Synoptic Gospels Olivet Discourse Mark 13 Matthew 24 Sheep and Goats Pauline Epistles 2 Thessalonians Johannine literature Revelation Events.
Key terms. Abomination of desolation Antichrist Armageddon The Beast False prophet Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Gog and Magog Great Apostasy Great Tribulation Katechon Kingdom of God Lake of fire Last Judgment Man of sin New Heaven and New Earth New Jerusalem Number of the Beast Rapture Resurrection of the dead Second Coming Seven bowls Seven seals Son of perdition Two witnesses War in Heaven Whore of Babylon Woman of the Apocalypse World to come.
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From the prize-winning author of In the Place of Fallen Leaves comes a beautiful, hypnotic pastoral novel reminiscent of Thomas Hardy, about an unexpected friendship between two children, set in Devon in In a forgotten valley on the Devon—Somerset border, the seasons unfold, marked only by the rituals of the farming calendar.