On the whole, the book is very well written. I could see it in my head; the characters were very well drawn. And I liked the style of writing. The novel is full of action, and while it does not come close to being a page-turner, it was still enjoyable.I have not read any of Heyer's other novels set in the 17th century, although I have read A New Approach to History and Love's Sacrifice . But I enjoyed this novel
"We are delighted to have been asked to contribute a testimonial to the book. It is always exciting and a great honour to be asked, and we are pleased to have been able to do it.I read this book in 1974, when I was a student at Christ Church, Oxford, studying English Literature and Philosophy. The title was 'The Charwoman', and the story was set in an Oxford back street. It was a first class novel; the author had done a
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I needed to write a literature review about Charity Girl and A Brief Chapter In My Impossible Life books. I read Charity Girl with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Georgette Heyer is a wonderful writer.