It's been a long, hard winter in Burracombe. At Burracombe Barton, Hilary Napier is doing her best to keep the estate ticking along. Alice Tozer sees her youngest daughter off on the adventure of a lifetime. And all is not well in the village school. As the first crocuses bring colour and the promise of change back to Burracombe, the villagers find ways to help each other through the hardships. And there are two weddings to plan and it won't be long before everyone in this very special village comes together in a joyful celebration of love, life, and the things that matter most.
Oh what a lovely story once again about the village of Burracombe and read wonderfully by Anne Dover. Lilian Harry writes such delightful books which can be both happy and sometimes sad. It is easy to imagine the village and the people who live there.
If you could sum up Weddings in Burracombe in three words, what would they be?
well read and Imensley enjoyable
What was one of the most memorable moments of Weddings in Burracombe?
tosa Family life and how it was effected since big brother came home, worry about what will happen to Hilary
Have you listened to any of Anne Dover’s other performances? How does this one compare?
the best one of the burracombe saga, ANNE DOVER has Got to be my favourite orators her story telling is great she makes all the characters coming to life
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
both, I laughed alot, especially at the remarks from the children,and had a tears for poor young Billy
Any additional comments?
Cannot wait till the next one comes out,