Through A Glass Darkly: Part 1 Of 3

Through A Glass Darkly: Part 1 Of 3

Karleen Koen / Jan 21, 2020

Through A Glass Darkly Part Of Part One Of Two Parts Set in the upper class families of th century England and France THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY tells the story of Barbara Alderley a beautiful and passionate heroine the grandmother

  • Title: Through A Glass Darkly: Part 1 Of 3
  • Author: Karleen Koen
  • ISBN: 9780736627603
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Audio Cassette
  • Part One Of Two Parts Set in the upper class families of 18th century England and France, THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY tells the story of Barbara Alderley, a beautiful and passionate heroine the grandmother she adores the mother she despisesd the man she loves At 15, Barbara finds herself betrothed to a man 27 years her senior Marriage propels her into a glittering, cynPart One Of Two Parts Set in the upper class families of 18th century England and France, THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY tells the story of Barbara Alderley, a beautiful and passionate heroine the grandmother she adores the mother she despisesd the man she loves At 15, Barbara finds herself betrothed to a man 27 years her senior Marriage propels her into a glittering, cynical society the casual adulteries and violent politics of the age of Richelieu, Pope and Swift of buildings by Christopher Wren of greed, elegance, excess and cruelty Barbara navigates these dangers with great skill her beauty takes on polish and sophistication.

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    About "Karleen Koen"

      • Karleen Koen

        My childhood was filled with glorious books, Little Women, Lad A Dog, Black Beauty, Little House on the Prairie, Caddie Woodlawn They were as real to me as the life around me, a lower middle class one in a small oil refinery town in Texas My grandfather, an invalid, was a huge fan of the writers Frank Slaughter, Frank Yerby, and Zane Grey By the time I learned to read, I was sneaking his square, cheap a dime, I think paperbacks off and reading them Pirates Passion History It has never occurred to me to write anything but historicals, a kind of time travel into other minds, other lands, other eras, other cultures, other worlds That s what I wish for my readers, that my books take them far away into another place and time and that they enjoy themselves there and maybe even learn an interesting fact or two.My blog karleenkoen.wordpressMy website karleenkoen


    965 Comments

    1. It took awile to get through this book but not for lavk of interest. It was a great work of historical fiction. I am looking forward to the second in the series so I can find out what happens to Barbara. Need to get it on my Nook though. The small print of this book was a killer on my old eyes!


    2. I liked the story, but the author sometimes takes too long to describe locations. This is something I don't like,but I know everyone doesn't feel that way.


    3. me gusto mucho, en especial la sorpresa del triangulo amoroso que aparece, jamas me lo hubiera imaginado!!!!!!!11


    4. The book was enjoyable. Koen is very descriptive throughout the book. It seemed to take a while to really get the story moving. On the whole, it is well written and an good story.


    5. I read this book 20yrs ago and I don't recall the details of the story but have fond memories reading this book. A friend helped me recall the title and I'm excited to read the 2nd and prequel.


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