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Rose in Bloom (English Edition)
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Rose in Bloom (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Louisa May Alcott
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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 382 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 154 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 142093001X
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  • Langue : Anglais
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A delight. 22 octobre 2013
Par Stance
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I really enjoyed when I was young the prequel, Rose & her cousins. This sequel is written in the same style, and the story continues. An enjoyable moment of reading, full of good values and deep characters!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 delightfull! 17 mars 2013
Par Yuginix
Format:Format Kindle
I have been very happy to learn what happened to the characters I had learned to known in The Cousins and to read Louisa May Alcott again. I used to love her novels when I was a teenager and I still do as a grown up.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 One of my favorite's from Louisa May Alcott 18 juin 2011
Par cda idgirl - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Lovely story, for adults and children. I recommend that you read "Eight Cousins" first as this is the sequel to that story. I love the story of Rose and Uncle Mac and all her cousins and I still get a little weepy when I get to the chapter, "Alas, for Charlie!" I've read this book about several times over the last 20 some years. It has a beautiful conclusion and goes to show that a book that was written over a hundred years ago still can be so beloved today. I also recommend "An Old Fashioned Girl" by Louisa May Alcott if you like this story.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Kindle Version is Error-Ridden 4 septembre 2011
Par clsact - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This review is not about the story (which I enjoyed), but focuses only on the editing of the Kindle version. Long sections of dialogue are missing most of their punctuation, leaving numerous run-on sentences. I had to work hard to decipher when one sentence ended and another began. It's as if someone was transcribing hurriedly from the book, and not stopping to put in the punctuation.

In one section near the end, it seemed as if basic plot information was also missing. I could make no sense of it, and finally just moved on. I have not seen this problem with Alcott's other works in Kindle. It's hard to complain about something that was free, so I'll just say, if you want the gist of the story, this is fine. But if you want a smoother read, it would be worth paying for a better version.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great sequel to Eight Cousins-Spoiler in Review 29 juin 2011
Par Obsidian Blue - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
If you love Lousia May Alcott and her writing style you will love "Rose in Bloom." This is a sequel to Eight Cousins.

I would recommend that you read "Eight Cousins" first prior to reading "Rose in Bloom" so that you can become familiar with these characters. Rose is entirely different in character to the March girls from the Little Women novels only in that she is rich and though is an heiress is still trying to in her words, do good.

We begin the story four years after the events of "Rose in Bloom" and find Rose now a young woman just newly returned from traveling aborad with her beloved Uncle Alec and Pheb.

As soon as the travelers return the reader and Rose quickly finds out that all of the Aunts want Rose to marry one of the cousins in order to keep her fortune and property in the family. Once you quickly get over the idea that cousins could marry back then you can see that Rose at first is quite reluctant to marry anyone since she wants to be use her money to provide for the poor and begin charities and has no interest in what the young people in her day back then get up to with all night parties and drinking.

What is very upsetting for Rose is that Charlie (known as the Prince in Eight Cousins and here in Rose in Bloom) is an only child with an absentee father and an overindulgent mother who lets it be known that Rose is ultimately going to end up with him.

We get to see Rose fight her natural inclination to try to run out and save Charlie from himself and choose her own happiness.


I have to say I was totally breathless from the beginning and end of this novel since I literally was begging Rose to see through Charlie and not subcumb to her natural inclination to save him and make him be a better man. I thought Alec and her plan on refusing his proposal to make Charlie try to be better a good thought but ultimately you cannot be the saviour of another person if they do not want to be saved and I liked the conclusion of the novel and all of the characters.

Definitely a must read for all Lousia May Alcott fans!

Grade: A+
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not Alcott's Best 10 février 2012
Par Mimbelina - Publié sur
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We first met Rose Campbell when she came, a poor and sickly orphan, into the care of her loving Uncle Alec and aunts to live in the big house on the shore. There, though first daunted by their boisterous lives, she became a vital member of the large family clan which included seven boy cousins, each with their unique foibles and charms. Now, four years later, she has returned after a long trip abroad, a beautiful young woman ready to take on the responsibilities of an heiress and the social life of a young lady just out. Will the teaching she's received under Uncle Alec's wise guidance be enough to steer her through the challenges of young adulthood? At times, it seems unclear, as she struggles to deal with friends who appreciate her only for her money, suitors that pursue her only for her beauty and cousins who, despite her best intentions, refuse to give up their bad habits and reform their ways. Will Rose, like her friend Phebe, ever find true love...that ideal that her uncle has taught her to look for? Or will she remain destined to be a philanthropic spinster like her beloved Aunt Plenty? Only time will tell!

Though I enjoyed seeing what happened to Rose in the future, I found this book much more "preachy" than the first and didn't enjoy it nearly enough. The romance was a bit flatly written and overshadowed by the overall moralistic tone of the book. Though I wouldn't discourage readers from picking it up, for it is still a good read, I would encourage you to read other books (especially the Little Women series, of course) by Ms. Alcott first to gain better appreciation of her skill.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 My favorite Alcott book 14 mai 2012
Par P. Miles - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
Rose in Bloom is my favorite Louisa May Alcott novel. The story is engaging and the characters are funny. The kindle version is full of errors, but it justs slows you down. The first book,Eight cousins, is also enjoyable. Definitely a good read.
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