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The Shell Seekers The Shell Seekers Is A Novel Of Connection Of One Family, And Of The Passions And Heartbreak That Have Held Them Together For Three Generations The Shell Seekers Is Filled With Real People Mothers And Daughters, Husband And Lovers Inspired With Real Values The Shell Seekers Centers On Penelope Keeling A Woman You Ll Always Remember In World You Ll Never Forget The Shell Seekers Is A Magical Novel, The Kind Of Reading Experience That Comes Along Only Once In A Long WhileAt The End Of A Long And Useful Life, Penelope Keeling S Prized Possession Is The Shell Seekers, Painted By Her Father, And Symbolizing Her Unconventional Life, From Bohemian Childhood To Wartime Romance When Her Grown Children Learn Their Grandfather S Work Is Now Worth A Fortune, Each Has An Idea As To What Penelope Should Do But As She Recalls The Passions, Tragedies, And Secrets Of Her Life, She Knows There Is Only One Answerand It Lies In Her Heart

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10 thoughts on “The Shell Seekers

  1. says:

    There s something about this book that always makes me resolve to move to Cornwall, bake lots of bread and have an enormous flower garden, and spend the rest of my days painting huge swathes of light on the beaches That aside, this is one book that I regularly read every six months and love ea...

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    The most ordinary of prospects caused her to stop and stare The last of the leaves dropped from the trees, and the bare branches made lace against pale skies Sun after rain turned cobbled streets blue as fish scales, dazzling to the eye Autumn winds, whipping the bay to a scud of white caps, brought with them, not cold, but a surging sense of vitality Penelope Keeling knows how to live life to the fullest and I absolutely adore her She grasps those things that matter most in life the comThe most ordinary of prospects caused her to s...

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    3.5 Stars A beautifully written character driven novel about family and life, love and loss, greed and hope, a book that has the charm and eloquence of books from a bygone era, just a good old fashioned family saga, a story with real characters and places that are interesting and vivid.I had never read a book by this author before and as a couple of Goodread friends have really enjoyed her novels and the fact I saw it on the BBC list ofTop 100 booksI just had to try one and I was in not dis 3.5 Stars A beautifully written character driven novel about family and life, love and loss, greed and hope, a book that has the charm and eloquence of books from a bygone era, just a good old fashioned family saga, a story with real characters and places that are interesting and vivid....

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    Rosamund Pilcher is consistently marketed via book jackets covered with flowers I m not sure why On the surface, Pilcher s stories are nostalgic and evocative of magical other places where good things always happen to good people but her novels and characters are consistently rich, complicated, and subtle I ve not read another author who could draw the infuriating imperfections and dysfunctions of family so accurately, or so compassionately It s easy to admire, then almost despise, and then R...

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    From the blurbSet in London and Cornwall from World War II to present 1983 , The Shell Seekers tells the story of the Keeling family, and of the passions and heartbreak that have held them together for three generations The family centers around Penelope, and it is her love, courage, and sense of values that determine the course of all their lives Deftly shifting back and forth in time, each chapter centers on one of the principal players in the family s history The unifying thread is an o From the blurbSet in London and Cornwall from World War II to present 1983 , The Shell Seekers tells the story of the Keeling family, and of the passions and heartbreak that have held them together for three generations The family centers around Penelope, and it is her love, courage, and sense of values that determine the course of all their lives Deftly shifting back and forth in time, each chapter centers on one of the principal players in the family s history The unifying ...

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    I seldom find myself blubbering over a book any I used to do it when I was younger, but my insides seem to have toughened as I have aged My sentimental side is harder to access, and even when a book evokes strong feelings I do not really cry Well, Pilcher put the lie to that today I cried like I was 15 again, felt foolish doing it, and felt clean and empty afterward.OK, maybe I was just needing a good cry It happens But, there was something very touching in the way Pilcher presented th I seldom find myself blubbering over a book any I used to do it when I was younger, but my insides seem to have toughened as I have aged My sentimental side is harder to access, and even when a book evokes strong feelings I do not really cry Well, Pilcher put the lie to that today I cried like I was 15 again, felt foolish doing it, and felt clean and empty afterward.OK, maybe I was just needing a good cry It happens But, there was something very touching in the way Pilcher presented this story a truthfulness that made it special It was ...

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    This is one of my favorite books of all time, but I d be hard pressed to explain why The criticisms of this book are true enough semi cliched characters and all but I just love them I love Penelope and this book makes me want to garden and cook soup and let everyone be themselves even if they re stuffy and stodgy or not at all in fashion I love that her personal life is real, as in far from perfect her societally correct husband was miserable and her true love wasn t allowed I lo...

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    You really can t judge a book by its cover.People have recommended Rosamunde Pilcher s books to me for years, and I refused to read them because all the covers looked like they had been marinated in mothballs But after spying The Shell Seekers on the BBC s The Big Read Top 100 Books, I decided to bite the bullet and give it a try Annoyingly, several people had put it on reserve at the library before me, so by the time I received it, I wasn t nearly as enthusiastic as I had been when I had You really can t judge a book by its cover.People have recommended Rosamunde Pilcher s books to me for years, and I refused to read them becaus...

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    From its supermarket cover have you seen it It felt embarrassing to have such a romantically embossed book in my hands to its one dimensional characters, the entire book reminded me of a heavyweight beach read So.what should get a nice summer read review instead trips me up for weeks, unable to write anything about this book and a dozen others because I m forced to question my reasoning Why do I feel so bad about being critical of this book Mostly, I think it s because many friends an From its supermarket cover have you seen it It felt embarrassing to have such a romantically embossed book in my hands to its one dimensional characters, the entire book reminded me of a heavyweight beach read So.what should get a nice summer read review instead trips me up for weeks, unable to write anything about this book and a dozen others because I m forced to question my reasoning Why do I feel so bad about being critical of this book Mostly, I think it s because many friends and readers I know love this book But, I also think my stupor of thought is a result of a former self once being a...

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    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC s Big Read Poll of 2003.I m not a huge fan of genreless fiction, not in the least when it has a strong romance vibe, but I found The Shell Seekers to be a pleasant read It was not at all taxing and can be described as escapist literature, and requires not an awful lot of mental agility to get through, but that was part of its charm.The best thing about the book was how splendidly well it was written I wasn t hugely captiv Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC s Big Read Poll of 2003.I m not a huge fan of genreless fiction, not in the least when it has a strong romance vibe, but I found The Shell Seekers to be a pleasant read It was not at all taxing and can be described as escapist literature, and requires not an awful lot of mental agility to get through, but that was part of its ...

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