A Second Legacy

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Product Number: Z09750
Released: Jan 24, 2015
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ISBN: #9781490654164
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Kirkus Reviews hails Joanna Trollope as "a master ..." In A Second Legacy, Trollope follows two generations of remarkable women. Deserted by her husband, Alexia Langly and her infant daughter move to her crumbling ancestral home in Scotland. Carving out a new life for herself, the young woman will find the strength to realize a dream. Two decades later, her daughter sets out to complete the legacy. A dual narration captures both women's spirits.

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A Second Legacy
Product Number: BX00033751
Product Number:Z09750
Product Number:CL148

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Author(s): Joanna Trollope
Product Number CL148
Released: Nov 02, 2007
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ISBN: #9781428171510

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"If you're in the mood for a romantic, engaging family saga about two generations of women, this is it. A SECOND LEGACY follows Alexia Langly and her infant daughter, Carly, to Scotland in the 1960s to restore a crumbling ancestral home--and meet the man of her dreams. Part Two follows the grown Carly through her own adventures in London and Afghanistan in the 1980s. Both parts of the book are full of Trollope's signatures--sympathetic characters, complex plotting, insightful social commentary, and quotidian settings made interesting. Parts One and Two are narrated separately, a technique that works perfectly for the story. The two women have significantly different personalities, made more evident by using two narrators. Both Virginia Leishman and Emily Gray have engaging voices that add color to the story. This is a delightful listen that will keep you rapt and smiling. A.C.S. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine"

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