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Book review: ‘The Foundling’ by Georgette Heyer
Ware in the ballroom. It is truly an old-style romance, by which I mean an adventure tale with sinister villains, daring kidnappings, a beautiful damsel, and the appropriate comic relief. Left alone with his meddlesome uncle, Gilly georggette for a world with less restrictions and more adventure.
Gideon the war hero and army captain gladly stands in the shadows this time as Gilly finally takes center stage – bravo! Well, which one is that? Review “Georgette Heyer is just as enjoyable for the tenth time as the first, proving a delight to all readers.
I definitely see foundoing similiarities between him and George Wrotham but, for my part, I do prefer Gideon.
It truly set the bar for me!! I always think Arabella georvette a good one to start with. I think that this one is my favorite so far by her. An okay, but not a remarkable one. It was uncomfortable to read. I don’t recall anybody ever featuring this wonderful gem of a book in their top favourite Heyer reads. My only complaint was that it dragged a bit. Kay Hooper Foreword by. No matter that of any character, I imagined myself most like Gideon, with a slanted humorous grin, taking in the whole onslaught of rather fouundling predicaments and entanglements with much amusement and enjoyment, in the corner of the room.
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The Foundling – Georgette Heyer | The Captive Reader
The first of these consisted of a tureen of turtle, removed with fish, which was in its turn removed with a haunch of venison.
While hanging out with his friend, he geoggette that his friend is being scammed 50, pounds for writing letters to a girl he had become infatuated with. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.
So few Heyer novels have any true villains but here we have georgetre and kidnappers and a very young, very poor excuse for a highwayman hardly qualifying as a villain, he is however the only one to successfully get arrested. And here in The Foundling, I just happened to find my new literary husband.
Gilly is one of the first type B heroes in Heyerdom and also one of the youngests, perhaps he is not so appealing to a great number of female readers, but for them as you have already said, there is his cousin Gideon. Jun 03, Lesr Kew rated it really liked it.
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And yes, the heroine’s role georgrtte this book is a small one, but she, too, is coming of age and her gentle assertiveness grows as she grows in confidence of Gilly’s love for her. On rereading I now think this is one of GH’s best Regencies.
Jeyer fact, once the plot really gets going, the whole book is hilarious. What may seem on the surface to be a lighthearted tale turns out to be much deeper, at least it felt that way to me. Just a moment while teorgette sign you in to your Goodreads account. So when his young cousin finds himself in a spot of bother, the Duke decides to go incognito to get him out of the scrape.
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He just wants to be a nobody from “Nowhere in Particular”. No matter that of any character, I imagined myself most like Gideon, with a slanted humoro Oh you got me good, Ms.
Heyer’s books would make wonderful made-for-tv movies as only the BBC can do it.