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M. Liza Marte í 0 READ READ Ò The Whistle Echoes New life Margaret is returning to a city which has brought her much pain and loss John is unsure of the future with the cotton trade From the days before their wedding through the first year of married life Margaret's headstron. WellllllllllllIt isn t a bad story The author in my opinion relied too heavily on sex scenes to really get into the meat of the storyline If you don t like reading sex scenes this is completely not the book for you

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M. Liza Marte í 0 READ READ Ò The Whistle Echoes The Whistle Echoes is a seuel to Elizabeth Gaskell's classic English Novel North South Margaret Hale has declared her love for John Thornton The two lovers journey back to Milton to prepare for their wedding and to begin their. North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell is one of my most beloved Victorian classics When I came across Whistle of Echoes a seuel to North and South by Liza Marte I was both excited and cautious excited as to see how a new story has been formulated from this magnificent piece of classic and cautious by the little apprehension felt as to how the original plot and the original characters so perfectly built have been affected by this new story line Before getting hold of the book I managed to read the first chapter of it and was happy to see that Miss Marte had picked up her story from the point Miss Gaskell had ended hers Then I was very curious to see how Miss Marte had continued with the original story to unfold the untold tale of Margaret Hale and John Thornton one of the histories most loved couples The story begins where North and South ends at the drawing room of Mrs Shaw s London home after Margaret Hale and John Thornton has finally expressed their love and affections for each other Early chapters deal with the announcing of their engagement to their somewhat shocked families the impending wedding preparations and resuming of the operations at the Marlborough mills Then the story progresses with the lives of John and Margaret as husband and wife as they adjust themselves to marital responsibilities and to each other and Margaret s unending struggle to understand and get adjusted to harsh industrial life of Milton The story also touches on the mill business and the sharp calculative measures taken by John to make it financially flourish Then the story continues with certain turns and twists which ultimately grow the couple stronger and closer understanding and loving of each other The plot is satisfactory Credit goes to Miss Marte for attempting on a continuation of the original story of North and South rather than a variation of it She has employed all the important characters from the original story of North and South in hers to give it a feel of connectivity The use of the Victorian English language is accurately grasped with a good writing style But what was most unsatisfactory was that the story was crowded with too much of sex which I felt highly inappropriate for several reasons First it made John look of an obsessive husband who lusts his wife rather than love her as he claims to be which diminished his character of a caring and loving husband Second the story is a continuation of a 19th century plot In 19th century I believe men and women were very much concerned with proper conduct and self control Conseuently certain sex scenes described in mill premises and certain public areas of the house is unrealistic Third the absurd number of descriptive sex scenes employed and their repetitive nature kept me wondering whether I m reading a harleuin romance novel instead of a seuel to a Victorian classic Miss Marte has attempted to establish how passionately Margaret and John love each other through the deployment of numerous sex scenes But I feel given the time period in which the story was set in it was not the most successful of techniues However I give the book 3 stars out of loyalty to John and Margaret

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M. Liza Marte í 0 READ READ Ò The Whistle Echoes G determined ways often clashes with John's authoritative ordered manner Disagreements interferring relatives and troublesome workers are bound to create problems but nothing will never diminish the love they have for each othe. Some parts I did like it but some were just not ok Some parts of the history were really well written as for the part concerning the mills and its troubles But the problems between them and some of John and Margaret s reactions weren t so fine As for Fanny well her history could have gone other way I guess it wasn t that convincing for me