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How Green Was My Valley

1 rating: 5.0
A book by Richard Llewellyn

"A story of exquisite distinction and vibrant interest; clear and strong as the music under the sky." --The New York Times Book Review    ?It took me up and flung me beyond time and silence. All I did was listen. . . . You?ll never … see full wiki

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Author: Richard Llewellyn
Genre: History
Publisher: Touchstone
1 review about How Green Was My Valley

Beautiful and compelling

  • Feb 7, 2001
This is a truly magnificent book, which tugs at the heart strings and takes us back to a time when the world was very different.

It is a lovely tale of a family which shines through good times and bad, through joy and adversity, and which ultimately provides us with a rich tale cleverly interwoven with some of the strongest characters in literature. In addition we have the magnificent Welsh country side, the horrors of the mines and the love of a family who cannot manage without each other.

It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, and you won't want o put it down until you have finished it.

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