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by Mary E. Pearce

  • Author: Mary E. Pearce
  • ISBN: 0316914312
  • ISBN13: 978-0316914314
  • ePub: 1700 kb | FB2: 1393 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Publisher: Little, Brown; New Ed edition (April 6, 1995)
  • Pages: 320
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 837
  • Format: docx azw lit lrf
Apple Tree Lean Down (Apple Tree Saga) ePub download

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APPLE TREE LEAN DOWN Book One of the Apple Tree Saga By Mary E Pearce. Louis Slobodkin-SPACE SHIP UNDER THE APPLE TREE Hardcover Ex-library 1952.

There came a day when Betony, aged four and a half, could not be found in the house or garden; the orchard, the fields, or the workshop yard.

Meanwhile down the road a piece, Jack, a crippled itinerant laborer, is on his way to becoming bailiff of fertile acres after reclaiming a. .

Meanwhile down the road a piece, Jack, a crippled itinerant laborer, is on his way to becoming bailiff of fertile acres after reclaiming a decaying farm. It is Jack's daughter Linn who will comfort the last days of orphaned Tom, who has survived the war only to become blind and face a murder charge. This pleasant four generational saga is a thatch or two removed from Delderfield's more affluent squire-and-yeomen milieu and mainly concerns toiling farmers and artisans in the decades before the close of WW I. Prime movers are a handful of interrelated, tough-minded go-getters who are, with the exception of ""Grumpa"" Tewkes (""cross as two sticks"")

Apple Tree Lean Down.

Apple Tree Lean Down. Opening in the late 1880's, Apple Tree Lean Down by Mary E. Pearce is a family saga about the Tewkes and the Izzards. The story revolves around family difficulties that see Beth Twekes and her mother go to live with her difficult Grandfather. Her mother keeps house while Beth learns how to help in the running of his carpentry business. By the end of the book, another main character has taken over the narrative, Betony, Beth's daughter who turns 18 on the eve of the first World War. Eventually this saga will cover four generations of this yeoman family.

The first of three books in "The Apple Tree Saga", set in the Worcestershire countryside. In 1886 young Beth, coming to terms with a tragic loss, goes with her mother to keep house for her grandfather and help to run his carpentry business. By the author of "Seedtime and Harvest" and "Two Farms".

Windbearer
Family drama set in an England that is no more. What I love about her books are her descriptions of the land and the realistic people living and working it. All of her books are compulsively readable and I can't put them down. This is not a sweet story, but a reflection of the conflict, tensions, as well as love that families experience in real life. I think Mary E. Pearce deserved much more recognition as the fine writer she was.
Jogrnd
I chose this book to read when I was in college 25 years ago and took a snippet to write about but never read the book. I always loved that snippet so decided to finally read the book and had to send for it used since it is out of print. The book was in great condition and read the whole book. Although it was like reading a compilation of two books, I thought it was well done, nicely written, very true to life and believable. I wish it had a much nicer ending, but it was okay. I'm just happy that I finally read it after all these years!
Ballagar
It reminded me of the Catherine Cookson books I used to read years ago. I enjoyed it very much and recommend it highly.
Froststalker
I read this book when it first came out and it has stuck with me forever. Mary Pearce worked a magical tale here.
thrust
This was the first time I'd read a book by Mary E. Pearce and I was very much pleased with this one. It had a great, gentle story that captured your heart. Want to read more of her books.
Wire
Had read this book years ago and found it as good now as it was then.
Mushicage
This is a great story and I enjoyed reading it. This book has left a standing impression. I will remember this story and encourage anyone to read it. Its not the best in the world but it is very enjoyable.
Superior!!! I read this book years ago after the birth of my son. It filled me with such depth of emotion (no book since has made me feel like I was part of it) If you have never read it, read it. The characters and countryside will remain with you for life!
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