Casting Off - Cazalet Chronicles (Paperback)
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Casting Off - Cazalet Chronicles (Paperback)

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The Second World War has finally ended and so begins a new era of freedom and opportunity for the Cazalet family. Elizabeth Jane Howard's magnificent Cazalet Chronicles continues with Casting Off, the fourth novel in the saga.

The Cazalet cousins are now in their twenties, trying to piece together their lives in the aftermath of the war. Louise is faced with her father's new mistress and her mother's grief at his betrayal, while suffering in a loveless marriage of her own. Clary is struggling to understand why her beloved father chose to stay in France long after it was safe to return to Britain, and both she and Polly are madly in love with much older men.

Polly, Clary and Louise must face the truth about the adult world, while their fathers - Rupert, Hugh and Edward - must make choices that will decide their own, and the family's, future.

'Charming, poignant and quite irresistible . . . to be cherished and shared' - The Times

Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9780330344814
Number of pages: 656
Weight: 462 g
Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 45 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Charming, poignant and quite irresistible . . . to be cherished and shared * The Times *
She is one of those novelists who shows, through her work, what the novel is for . . . She helps us to do the necessary thing - open our eyes and our hearts. -- Hilary Mantel, author of Wolf Hall
The Cazalets have earned an honoured place among the great saga families . . . rendered thrillingly three-dimensional by a master craftsman. * Sunday Telegraph *
A family saga of the best kind . . . a must. * Tatler *
Evocative and gracefully written * Cosmopolitan *

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“A disappointing ending”

This series has sort of lost its way for me. The author has an irritating habit of writing about characters without specifying which characters are talking or thinking, so you spend half the chapter trying to figure... More

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“Good riddance”

What a let down ! The series started with such promise but seemed to get bogged down in adultery and contrived happy endings for a chosen few . It was while I was reading this that I came across an interview with the... More

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“The fourth volume of the Cazalet Saga - addictive and enjoyable”

The fourth volume in a big series in every sense was at one point the place where it all seemed to finish. Happily, I am convinced that you can read it as a standalone book (though I would strongly suggest that you... More

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