Fallen Angels

Fallen Angels From The Author Of Daughters Of Fortune Comes A Sweeping Family Drama That Follows A Mother And Daughter Through The Poverty Of Post WWII Ireland And London And Into The Glamour Of S Hollywood And Beyond, Revealing The Ways In Which Family Ties Can Never Be BrokenTara Hyland Is Beloved By Readers For Her Exquisite Talent At Weaving Family Sagas That Journey Through The Rocky Roads Of Secrets, Lies, And Betrayals, Only To Show That No Challenge, No Matter How Difficult, Can Ever Truly Sever The Bonds Of LoveThe Novel Opens In , When Franny Healy Is A Beautiful And Spirited Teenager Living In The Poverty Of County Cork, Ireland Franny Wants Nothing Than To Escape To The Excitement Of London But When She Discovers She Is Pregnant, Her Boyfriend Abandons Her Undeterred, Franny Flees To The City, Where She Finds Work As A Nightclub Performer She Shines Onstage And Is Soon Propelled Into A Life She S Only Dreamed Of, Filled With Hollywood Stars, Glamorous Parties, Furs And Fashion, Plus A New Husband Who Must Never Know Of The Daughter She Left Behind In County Cork With Her Mother

Tara Bond I was born in Surrey, England, in July 1976 My writing career kicked off at the age of thirteen, when I won an award in the WHSmith Young Writer Competition As well as netting me a cheque for 40, my short story on vengeful ghosts and reincarnation was published in an anthology along with the works of thirty other major prizewinners one of which included future Hollywood actress Kate Beckinsale.At nineteen, I managed to get my first by line in a national newspaper during a work experience placement at The Times After reading History at Gonville Caius College, Cambridge, I worked briefly as a journalist before moving into the world of high finance Several years later, I finally decided to pursue my first love writing I currently live near Tower Bridge in London with my husband, Tom, and I m hard at work on my second novel.

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  • Hardcover
  • 484 pages
  • Fallen Angels
  • Tara Hyland
  • English
  • 15 May 2017
  • 9781847377012

10 thoughts on “Fallen Angels

  1. says:

    Dakle, nakon pro itane druge knjige Tare Hyland, mogu re i da je postala jedna od mojih omiljenih autorica Njeni romani me podsje aju na neke koje sam itala jo kao srednjo kolka, recimo Barbare Taylor Bradford, Sidneya Sheldona, pa dijelom i Harolda Robinsa Dopadaju mi se zapleti, obrada likova i emocije koje izaziva, ma ukratko jedva ekam prevod njenog novog romana koji izlazi u oktobru ove godine.

  2. says:

    5 Samo u re i WOW WOW WOW Jedna od najboljih knjiga koje sam ikada pro itala Rije je o veli anstvenoj obiteljskoj sagi, romanu koji prati majku i k erku ija se sudbina prote e od veoma siroma nog sela u Irskoj do Hollywooda i njegove rasko i 50 ih godina XX stolje a U prvoj dijelu romana je fokus na Franny koja iz siroma ne Irske odlazi u Hollywood, a u drugom dijelu na Cari, njenoj k erki ija se sudbina isprepli e sa maj inom Ovaj roman je MUST READ, a kona an rasplet ne ete uspjeti odgonetnuti, to vam garantujem

  3. says:

    Como j estava espera, novamente a autora me prendeu em toda a sua narrativa.A autora possuidora de uma escrita simples, en rgica, cativante, directa e fluida.Uma hist ria maravilhosa, dram tica, sofredora e comovente carregada de emo es, mist rios, dramas, separa es e segredos e a autora consegue estimular o nosso interesse, o que nos leva a n o conseguirmos parar a sua leitura.A hist ria centra se nas rela es familiares entre m e e filha, na tristeza, nos medos, mist rios e a cada p gina que viramos algo pode acontecer e nada do que parece.A autora ex mia na descri o dos ambientes, pormenores e situa es com personagens fortes e cred veis como j tinha referido no livro anterior.Recomendo a autora como n o poderia deixar de ser Muito Bom.

  4. says:

    Ma kakvih pet zvjezdica ljudi Knjiga je toliko neuvjerljiva i naivna Kao da sam gledala Santa Barbaru i ine sapunice

  5. says:

    Sins of the Mother is a story of a mother and a daughter, spanning three decades and two continents In 1946, sixteen year old Franny Healy finds herself pregnant and ditched by her boyfriend in Country Cork, Ireland She had no intention of being married off to a local boy, which is what her mother plans to do to her, so in the middle of the night, Franny sneaks out and heads to London After finding a place to stay, and having her daughter Cara, Franny makes strides to accomplish her dream of becoming a famous Hollywood actress Through some well timed luck, Franny finds herself on her way to Hollywood, but leaves her daughter with her estranged mother, hoping to send for her in a few months, but things don t quite end up that way Franny ends up being a famous film actress known as Frances Fitzgerald and keeps her daughter a secret The first half of the book switches back and forth between Franny and Cara, showing each one s point of view of being apart from the other After her mother s move to Hollywood, Cara only sees her one time, for a week two years later The second half of the book is showing through the eyes of Cara, and boy, does she get put through the wringer After her grandmother dies, she s sent to an orphanage run by a sadistic Mother Superior, and eventually escapes She then ends up in an abusive relationship with a boy from her childhood One day Cara takes a hold of her life, and starts a respectable career, and then sets out about information about her mother, and why she abandoned her Sins of the Mother didn t have just one, but two strong heroines Neither one of them are perfect, but with strength and determination, they re both able to pull themselves from whatever situation they re in and will themselves to something better The last part of the book blew me away, what twists We re shown flashbacks of the years Franny was married, and we see that things weren t as they were the first time we saw them I got unexpectedly emotional at one point, after getting one huge shock I love surprising twist endings, they re the ones I remember the most I found the end completely satisfying and ended up loving the book than I planned on.

  6. says:

    Um bom romance hist rico que me conquistou desde as primeiras p ginas e que muito deve boa pesquisa de poca penso que est um pouco exagerado na sucess o de desgra as que acontecem a uma das personagens principais, pareceu me excessivo O final foi um pouco r pido, mas o livro no seu todo vale sem d vida a pena

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  8. says:

    I really enjoyed this book Franny and Cara were both interesting characters I enjoyed to twists and turns the plot took I couldn t put this book down I would recommend this book to anyone.

  9. says:

    As I read this book I was thinking, okay, three stars but when I arrived at the end the two double twists were so unexpected and so cleverly executed that I have given it four stars.

  10. says:

    This book has been on my shelves for some time Judging the cover as they always tell you not to do, I hesitated about reading it A bit fluffy, Hollywood romance Nothing wrong with that but I d never fancied picking the book up but something made me do it and I am VERY pleased I did.If this novel were a Hollywood hairstyle, it would be an intrically woven plait which looks neat and smooth but look closely as nothing is what it seems There s sharp pins sticking out, unwashed bits and is any of it real The novel kept surpring me for as one story starts, the pebble of another story starts to role unitl a few chapters later and it s snowballed Each section of the book rolled into another with ease, with lots of twists and turns and unexpected dramas There was a varied cast of characters and the author drew them all so well I could SEE the castle and the grand house in the hills, see the bending Californian roads..and smell the irony of the Hollywood facade That casting coach, in recent times has taken on a much darker tone, but here, in the 1950s, it was pretty dark enough if this novel is anything to go by.To merge Ireland and Hollywood together, with snippets of London and Morocco is no easy feat, but as the years go by, the story progressed, the characters changed and the story of Frances and her daughter Clara wove around secrets before coming to an ending that wasn t neat but a complete and poignant surprise It s a bit Kate Morton esque or Lucinda Riley esque in parts Never judge a book by its cover nor a person by their appearance or actions of one day This was a fascinating journey of a read and I enjoyed the many thrills of this whirlwind of a story.

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