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The Ravens Bride Free download Ú 100 è When eight year old Virginia Sissy Clemm meets her handsome cousin Eddy she sees the perfect husband she's conjured up in childhood games Thirteen years her elder he's soft spoken brooding and handsome Eddy fails his way through West Point and the army yet each time he returns to Balti their friendship groWhen eight year old Virginia Sissy Clemm meets her handsome cousin Eddy she sees the perfect husband she's conjured up in childhood games Thirteen years her elder he's soft spoken brooding and handsome Eddy fails his way through West Point and the army yet each time he returns to Balti their friendship grows As Sissy trains for a musica. Revised ReviewI love being on Goodreads and find it an absolutely fascinating place to be One of the drawbacks to Goodreads particularly in the area of historical fiction is that one comes across ummm blowhards who come in and make accusations re an author's work and then are condescending to any who offer up a different perspective or those who are not as enlightened or into the topic as them What these blowhards end up doing is making the group a not so fun place to be instead of being a relaxing fun place to be to kick back a few hours and discuss a love of books we are subject to their rants accusations and ridiculesWhat I find so amazing with this book in particular is that the blowhards have all rated this book 4 or 5 stars and wrote AMAZING reviews where the author will probably see them Then like cowards as most blowhards are go into groups andor other peoples reviews and make their accusations where the author may not see it and have the opportunity to respond if they choose One can only assume that these blowhards don't understand the difference between fiction and non fiction Or one can assume that they are so concrete and myopic in their thinking that they are closed minded to anyone perceptions other than their own I heard a fantastic saying the other dayThere is no reality in historyonly perception To bad these ummm blowhards can't get it One other thing that I often wonder about when it comes to blowhards is how many are published authors or have the capability to write a book that others will find entertaining or is sellable in the major market in which authors such as Lenore Hart needs to sell to Also I often wonder about those who criticize pieces of FICTIONwere you there How do you know the author's viewpoint of her research wasn't the correct version of historybecause those in your elitist miniscule circle says it is so Oh pleaseget over yourselvesMy initial review of this book is that it is a very very well written book A very sad book on multiple fronts yet I have enjoyed it because of the focus on characters It also gave me a view to Poe who isn't one of my favorite authors that I had never seen before A must read BTWMy initial review sticks The Raven's Bride is a wonderful piece of HISTORICALemphasis onFICTION

The Ravens BrideWhen eight year old Virginia Sissy Clemm meets her handsome cousin Eddy she sees the perfect husband she's conjured up in childhood games Thirteen years her elder he's soft spoken brooding and handsome Eddy fails his way through West Point and the army yet each time he returns to Balti their friendship grows As Sissy trains for a musica. Revised ReviewI love being on Goodreads and find it an absolutely fascinating place to be One of the drawbacks to Goodreads particularly in the area of historical fiction is that one comes across ummm blowhards who come in and make accusations re an author's work and then are condescending to any who offer up a different perspective or those who are not as enlightened or into the topic as them What these blowhards end up doing is making the group a not so fun place to be instead of being a relaxing fun place to be to kick back a few hours and discuss a love of books we are subject to their rants accusations and ridiculesWhat I find so amazing with this book in particular is that the blowhards have all rated this book 4 or 5 stars and wrote AMAZING reviews where the author will probably see them Then like cowards as most blowhards are go into groups andor other peoples reviews and make their accusations where the author may not see it and have the opportunity to respond if they choose One can only assume that these blowhards don't understand the difference between fiction and non fiction Or one can assume that they are so concrete and myopic in their thinking that they are closed minded to anyone perceptions other than their own I heard a fantastic saying the other dayThere is no reality in historyonly perception To bad these ummm blowhards can't get it One other thing that I often wonder about when it comes to blowhards is how many are published authors or have the capability to write a book that others will find entertaining or is sellable in the major market in which authors such as Lenore Hart needs to sell to Also I often wonder about those who criticize pieces of FICTIONwere you there How do you know the author's viewpoint of her research wasn't the correct version of historybecause those in your elitist miniscule circle says it is so Oh pleaseget over yourselvesMy initial review of this book is that it is a very very well written book A very sad book on multiple fronts yet I have enjoyed it because of the focus on characters It also gave me a view to Poe who isn't one of my favorite authors that I had never seen before A must read BTWMy initial review sticks The Raven's Bride is a wonderful piece of HISTORICALemphasis onFICTION

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The Ravens Bride Ñ Ost story part love story this provocative novel explores the mysterious shocking relationship between Edgar Allan Poe and young Sissy Clemm his cousin muse and great love Lenore Hart author of Becky imagines the beating heart of the woman who inspired American literature's most demonized literary figure and who ultimately destroyed him. I enjoy the works of Edgar Allen Poe and knowing that he had married his young cousin I thought the book would be interesting I didn't expect great literature but it was entertaining The author told their story in an interesting way though I wished that Sissy had a life away from EddyAs I read I found myself rooting for Edgar Allen Poe in each career adventure he attempted even though I knew they would fail When Sissy's health began to fail and Edgar's anguish became obvious I felt pain I feel that the author could have done with the story but it was entertaining I'd reccomend it to friends who liked Poe or who like dark love stories Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook  Lenore Hart

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Lenore Hart  0 Summary L career her childhood crush turns to love When she's thirteen Eddy proposes But as their happy life darkens Sissy endures Poe's abrupt disappearances self destructive moods and alcoholic binges When she falls ill his greatest fear that he'll lose the woman he loves drives him both madness and to his greatest literary achievementPart gh. This book created a little buzz when it was first published A fictionalized account of the private life of Virginia Poe wife of Edgar Allan Poe For me the first few chapters were a little dull The story got interesting when Virginia and Edgar married There has been much speculation about the true relationship between Virgina and Edgar This story offers up one theory While it's interesting to imagine what this young girl's tragic life must have really been like the story often dragged I'm not sure what I was expecting from this book It certainly piued my curiosity about Virginia She wasn't a very emotional girl she was mature than her husband most of the time But she was also a little boring Still the story was engrossing I'm not sure about how closely the author stuck to facts but I know she offered answers to some uestions about certain scandals but I'm not sure if I bought into the author's theories Virgina appeared to have worshipped Eddy no matter what happened She was certainly long suffering The portrayal of Eddy wasn't too flattering IMO Ultimately I found the book a little depressing Overall a C