[Reading] ➯ So Much Life Left Over ➷ Louis de Bernières – Sunkgirls.info

[Reading] ➯ So Much Life Left Over  ➷ Louis de Bernières – Sunkgirls.info A Sweeping, Heartbreaking Novel Following Daniel In His Troubled Marriage With Rosie As They Navigate The Unsettled Time Between The World Wars.Rosie And Daniel Have Moved To Ceylon With Their Little Daughter To Start A New Life At The Dawn Of The 1920s, Attempting To Put The Trauma Of The First World War Behind Them, And To Rekindle A Marriage That Gets Colder Every Day However, Even In The Lush Plantation Hills It Is Hard For Them To Escape The Ties Of Home And The Yearning For Fulfilment That Threatens Their Marriage.Back In England, Rosie S Three Sisters Are Dealing With Different Challenges In Their Searches For Family, Purpose And Happiness These Are Precarious Times, And They Find Themselves Using Unconventional Means To Achieve Their Desires Around Them The World Is Changing, And When Daniel Finds Himself In Germany He Witnesses Events Taking A Dark And Forbidding Turn.By Turns Humorous And Tragic, Gripping And Touching, So Much Life Left Over Follows A Cast Of Unique And Captivating Characters As They Navigate The Extraordinary Interwar Years Both In England And Abroad.


10 thoughts on “So Much Life Left Over

  1. Paromjit Paromjit says:

    Louis de Bernieres writes a beautiful, emotionally heart tugging, often humorous, epic look at the lives that survived the horrors and losses of WW1, focusing on the inter war years and the human costs incurred at the beginning of WW2 In what is a relatively short novel, a large cast of characters, their lives, decisions and behaviour are portrayed as times change Half French C


  2. Dem Dem says:

    I may well have enjoyed this book had I realised it was book two of a series with the Novel The Dust That Falls from Dreams being the first in the Series by Louis de Bernieres I picked this one up in hard copy and it didn t state that it was part of a series on the jacket or in the premise which seemed a shame I found the book very difficult to get into and could not keep track of


  3. Michael Michael says:

    A warm hearted saga of two families recovering from World War 1 and catching up with the modernism of the age Daniel is a half Brit, half French man who was an aviator in the war and now runs a tea plantation and factory in Ceylon Sri Lanka after independence in 1947 His wife Rosie, who met him as a nurse, tries to be happy as a mother to their daughter, managing the household, and promo


  4. Nancy Nancy says:

    Daniel was a legendary WWI Flying Ace, a survivor of the war now facing an immensity of endless days filled with trivialities As a tea manufacturer in Ceylon, he has the company of Hugh who was also a pilot in the war, and a bright future in an exotic land Daniel s wife Rosie is pregnant with their second child After the war, Daniel s brother Archie went to India, He is a risk taker and a dru


  5. Chadwick Chadwick says:

    If you have been embroiled in a war in which you confidently expected to die, what were you supposed to do with so much life unexpectedly left over That s the question Louis de Berni res seeks to answer in SO MUCH LIFE LEFT OVER, his second novel about the McCosh and Pitt families and their extended circle of friends, neighbors, servants, comrades, and others The preceding novel, THE DUST THAT FAL


  6. OLT OLT says:

    This story sneaked up on me and its full impact didn t hit me until the final chapters Throughout the reading of than two thirds of this, I was wondering why I was supposed to care about the characters They felt shallow, unsympathetic, unlikeable, somewhat petty, living superficial, privileged lives But the I read, the I began to suspect that this was perhaps the author s intention These people had


  7. Alexis Alexis says:

    This is a book with a complex storyline and many different characters Upon reading it I didn t realise it s actually a sequel to another book The Dust That Falls From Dreams I don t feel like I missed anything by not having read the previous book, but on the other hand I did struggle at the beginning of the book to get the hang of all the characters and who they are, because there are so many.The characters


  8. SueKich SueKich says:

    So much book left over.When authors come to the second volume in a trilogy, they sometimes manage a subtly interwoven catch up which is much appreciated by those of us with less than stellar memories Unfortunately, this is not the case here But no matter because a desperately sad and really rather gruesome event early on in the book prevented me from going any further Apologies, therefore, for not...


  9. Erika Robuck Erika Robuck says:

    Prepare for infatuation and heartbreak In SO MUCH LIFE LEFT OVER, the reader holds in her hands an entire world where she will become intimates of the men and women on the pages These characters are both traumatized and cause trauma They make awful decisions from the small and foolish to the epically cataclysmic and yet they are profoundly endearing because of their enormous capacities for love De Bernieres titles ea


  10. Mary Lins Mary Lins says:

    After I finished reading, The Dust That Falls from Dreams , I expressed my hope that Louis de Bernieres would follow it with a sequel, as I wasn t ready to let those marvelous characters go Well, de Bernieres latest novel, So Much Life Left Over , is indeed a sequel, and I m ecstatic It follows the form of its predecessor beautifully a sumptuous cast of characters, well researched and compelling historical back ground, ex


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