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Only Time Will Tell Free read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô From the internationally bestselling author of Kane and Abel and A Prisoner of Birth comes Only Time Will Tell the first in an ambitious new series that tells the story of one family across generations across oceans from heartbreak to triumph The epic tale of Harry CliFrom the internationally bestselling author of Kane and Abel and A Prisoner of Birth comes Only Time Will Tell the first in an ambitious new series that tells the story of one family across generations across oceans from heartbreak to triumph The epic tale of Harry Clifton’s life begins in 1920 with the words “I was told that my father was killed in the war” A dock worker in Bristol Harry never knew his father but he learns about life on the docks from his uncle who expects Harry to join him at the shipyard once he’s left scho. 125 ✨ Personal note Read synopsis before buying a book no matter what just read the synopsis and save money Yeah so moving on I feel cheated after I read this critically acclaimed book by Jeffrey Archer which not to forget is his best book and I happen to not like it and I am wondering did I read the same book as everyone I am sorry peeps if you loved this book excuse me you may not be able to bear it What I didn't like pretty much everything 1 STORY LINE PLOT ✏ Thinking about all the cliche tropes isn't this the same story we read everywhere The same cliche trope the same dialogues the same situation I mean Mr Archer I excepted something new and i have full right to feel cheated Story gets monotonous to the core author could have simply finished the book in a trilogy manner but now there are 6 books in the series the plot is lost the story too predictable And I don't think I want to waste any time reading this shit BOOK Almost every predictable situation is there The all sacrificing mother A villainbully in the hostel and the girl's father who would go to any length to prevent the marriage 2 CHARACTERS ✏adding Harry Clifton to my list of worst protagonist I would have given it a 2 star if the characters were any good but no no Mr Archer was determined to bore us with these stupid and boring characters going to lengths to prove their worth or whatever I live for drama but if the characters do anything stupid and bore me with their mindless conversation I have no other choice than to mentally kill them dislike them Like I don't know how many times the readers were told that Harry Clifton is smart and poor smart and poor I mean we get it in first 5 times but if you keep mentioning it for 50 times I don't know Was he running out of content And I personally feel sorry for all the side characters and I can't say about them they didn't had life except thinking about Harry Clifton 3 It was supposed to be a mystery thriller ✏ I came here for a good mystery book and I got predictable twists and dicey situations obvious and annoying cliffhanger I yawned 1000 times revelations and the worst endingGoodreads telling me there are 6 books Well I am definitely not gonna read the rest of the six books because I don't care about Harry Clifton anyBye I am going to listen to Watermelon sugar because my priorities are clear

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Ol But then an unexpected gift wins him a scholarship to an exclusive boys’ school and his life will never be the same againAs he enters into adulthood Harry finally learns how his father really died but the awful truth only leads him to uestion was he even his father Is he the son of Arthur Clifton a stevedore who spent his whole life on the docks or the firstborn son of a scion of West Country society whose family owns a shipping lineThis introductory novel in Archer’s ambitious series The Clifton Chronicles includes a cast of c. What a fantastic book Not just in plot but in nuance too This was the first book I read by Jeffrey Archer but I have every intention of reading many after this one This book is set up so that each section is from one person's perspective Harry Maisie Jack Tar Hugo Giles and Emma all get a section Harry gets the first and last section Maisie gets an extra few pages in the prologue Sounds like a common set up but here is where it gets really interesting each section starts with a first person narrative as the first chapter The remaining chapters are told by a third present omnipresent narrator still focused on that character The narrator occasionally provides some insight into what the other people currently in the scene are thinking The best part in my opinion is that these narrations overlap I have seen books where each section tells the next part of the story and I have seen books where each section tells the same story from multiple perspectives Each narration while covering part of the same story also moves the story forward The beautiful part of this was that the overlapping parts focused on the things that THAT character found important or were relevant to that character Therein lies the proof of amazing writing and a thorough understanding of how people think These characters are extremely well developed We are even given a chance to look into the world through the eyes of the book's villain Each character's story fills in gaps left in previous issues because either that character didn't think it was that important or because the previous narrator didn't know This gives the story a mild sense of mystery and a huge sense of the inter connectedness of people This is a story about coincidences about what people will do for love about how life can go full circle and how people get their due This is a story about friendship about the way different events are important to different people and about how the actions of others that we don't even know about can affect so many aspects of our lives This is a story about unfortunate circumstances about class bigotry and about redemption This is a beautifully written bookReview of Clifton Chronicles #2 The Sins of the Father

Summary Only Time Will Tell

Only Time Will TellOlorful characters and takes us from the ravages of the Great War to the outbreak of the Second World War when Harry must decide whether to take up a place at Oxford or join the navy and go to war with Hitler’s Germany From the docks of working class England to the bustling streets of 1940 New York City Only Time Will Tell takes readers on a journey through to future volumes which will bring to life one hundred years of recent history to reveal a family story that neither the reader nor Harry Clifton himself could ever have imagined. I cannot believe that I'm saying this but wow I loved this Jeffrey Archer book I received this book as a present around three or so years ago and it has been sitting in my bookcase possibly gathering a bit of dust ever since You see I never would have picked up this book normally as for me the plot came across as being a bit samey and frankly I thought it was going to be dull Oh hell I hate it when I'm wrongShall I put Jeffrey Archer in my guilty pleasures pile I think it might be an idea This book is all about the plot It is intriguing to the very last page and I appreciate the way all of the characters weave in and out each others lives with such ease The character development I cannot fault They are all so vividly developed and I found I could empathise and even relate to some of them uite easily The writing flowed elouently and at times maybe a little too much but this was saved by the masterful storytelling I could have devoured this book in a day if it wasn't for other commitments such as you know real life I was halfway through this book when I ordered the next book in the series The Sins of the Father but unfortunately according to this will not be delivered for five days Will I cope until thenOnly time will tell