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Chloe ➿ Chloe Free ➶ Author Freya North – Buyprobolan50.co.uk This is the story of one girl s year long journey round the British Isles, visiting a country for each season and finding a man for each season on a quest for a place to call home This is the story of one girl s year long journey round the British Isles, visiting a country for each season and finding a man for each season on a quest for a place to call home.


10 thoughts on “Chloe

  1. Gill Thomas Gill Thomas says:

    It was crap I don t think Freya North s writing suits me


  2. Rosie Review Rosie Review says:

    Ah, another Freya North original I m working my way through the whole back catalogue The early books have been re released with updated artwork so I m taking the opportunity to re read Freya s writing style is second to none, she has such a way of writing Chick Lit Romance without making it seem trashy or off putting Her humorous, witty attention to detail is refreshing which is funny really seeing this book is about fifteen years old You always know what to expect with a Freya North nove Ah, another Freya North original I m working my way through the whole back catalogue The early books have been re released with updated artwork so I m taking the opportunity to re read Freya s writing style is second to none, she has such a way of writing Chick Lit Romance without making it seem trashy or off putting Her humorous, witty attention to detail is refreshing which is funny really seeing this book is about fifteen years old You always know what to expect with a Freya North novel Not in a bad way, you expect to be hooked from the first page, you expect to warm to the leading lady and falling in love when she does And most of all you expect to be transported to another life, which for me is why I read I enjoy the escapism, the questions it makes me ask about my own life as well as inspiration it provides Such an uplifting read, I always feel so empowered once I ve finished I m rating this as a must readFreya North re read reviews to come soon That new Rowling book has caught my eye I m off to read it next.Taken from my blog www.rosiereview.wordpress.comFollow me on Twitter rosiereview


  3. Michelle Michelle says:

    Only read fifty pages but ten was enough to know I wouldn t finish it Hated the writing style and too many animals with human names that id never remember Hate not to finish a book I ve started but couldn t face picking this book up ever again


  4. Hanna Grace Hanna Grace says:

    It was a bit boring at first Like nothing really was happening But when you get to the part when William saw Chloe for the first time, and knew as the reader that he fell inlove with her at that moment, you kept going.And then he saw her at Wales while she was riding her bike and with her red curls Wondering if the will even meet personally or are they going to see each other at the places that Jocelyn, Chloe s godmother, wanted her to go And Mr and Mrs Andrews as her confidant, and Willia It was a bit boring at first Like nothing really was happening But when you get to the part when William saw Chloe for the first time, and knew as the reader that he fell inlove with her at that moment, you kept going.And then he saw her at Wales while she was riding her bike and with her red curls Wondering if the will even meet personally or are they going to see each other at the places that Jocelyn, Chloe s godmother, wanted her to go And Mr and Mrs Andrews as her confidant, and William s goat as his I forgot the name of the goat P It s a good read if your into travel, a bit of lust, romance and fate


  5. Katherine Hayward Pérez Katherine Hayward Pérez says:

    This is a book I casually chose from my mum s collection in my parents bookcase at the house where I grew up as at the time, I had read all my novels that interested me, I had exhausted the teen collection at my local library, and wanted something light hearted to read This book will not disappoint After reading this, I could not find many other novels by this author that I enjoyed, besides Cat.


  6. Jacqueline Jacqueline says:

    I m really enjoying my read through Freya North s back catalogue This was a really easy, enjoyable read I enjoyed it so much I will probably keep it for a re read Lots happens, there s no fewer than three gorgeous chaps not at once with just the right amount of build up for each one Good stuff.


  7. nimrodiel nimrodiel says:

    This has to be my favorite book by Freya North read so far I loved reading how Chloe s travels became such a journey of self discovery Plus, it s not every day one finds a story with a potter as a main character The clay artist in me squealed with happiness when William was introduced, and I loved the descriptions of his studio.


  8. Tasneem Tasneem says:

    This was the first Freya North I read and it really convinced me to readof her work I adored the characterisation, the romance, and the actual langauge of the book She s a very good author with a keen eye for detail that doesn t over power the narrative voice.


  9. Karen Wickham Karen Wickham says:

    What a weird way of writing And what a weird and contrived plot.The author has Chloe go off on a year long trek round the countries which make up Great Britain, at the behest of her god mother who has just died and instructed her to do this in her will As if one would.Anyway, the narrative lurches from third person present to third person past There are interruptions where the author ponders what should happen next, and then near the end, DOES tell us what s going to happen next That actuall What a weird way of writing And what a weird and contrived plot.The author has Chloe go off on a year long trek round the countries which make up Great Britain, at the behest of her god mother who has just died and instructed her to do this in her will As if one would.Anyway, the narrative lurches from third person present to third person past There are interruptions where the author ponders what should happen next, and then near the end, DOES tell us what s going to happen next That actually quite annoyed me You want to read a book which keeps you guessing right up to the moment the action actually happens But no, the author slips in a little well we ve waited long enough for this to happen Don t worry it s about to I felt cheated.What I also couldn t get around, and which is why I ve given this 2 stars, is that Chloe is meant to be 28, but she comes across as about 15 She tells her innermost thoughts to Mr and Mrs Andrews, who are the subjects of a reproduction of a Gainsborough painting she has It s almost like a teenage girl writing about her first love in her diary It s excruciating We re given no real insight into who Chloe is as a person There s no maturity there She hums into pots and kisses marble statues But there are no down to earth grown up thoughts in there at all This is a person who s supposedly been in a long term sexual relationship before embarking on her excursion, yet when sex is discussed in the book, it s almost a shock as you still do not see Chloe as mature enough for it.Quite a disappointment


  10. Sally Sally says:

    This was a second reading and I enjoyed it all over again I love the fact that other people converse with inanimate objects, in Chloe s case Mr and Mrs Andrews from the Gainsborough painting who travel everywhere with her in the form of a postcard It s a novel that limits itself to Britain, not feeling it necessary to look overseas for beautiful backdrops It s also a work of it s place and time No texting, no internet Letters were written, telephone calls were missed if you were out Ther This was a second reading and I enjoyed it all over again I love the fact that other people converse with inanimate objects, in Chloe s case Mr and Mrs Andrews from the Gainsborough painting who travel everywhere with her in the form of a postcard It s a novel that limits itself to Britain, not feeling it necessary to look overseas for beautiful backdrops It s also a work of it s place and time No texting, no internet Letters were written, telephone calls were missed if you were out There s a predictable element to the whole tale but the pleasure is in the reaching that very satisfactory end


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