Dark Tides (The Fairmile #2)

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Dark Tides (The Fairmile #2) audiobook

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Review #1

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I pre-ordered this book because I loved the first book. This book is un expectedly frustrating and unbelievable. The characters I have known from the first book sound like completely different people in character and speech. Everyone seem like fools, helpless and speechless and weak, being easily led, fooled, manipulated and under the spell of one young foreign calculating woman. I couldnt believe I was reading a book written by Philippa Gregory..!

And Neds story in America is completely irrelevant in this book. You can skip the entire chapters on him and will not miss a thing. I am not sure if I would want to read the next book. Ill probably read all the reviews first and decide if itll be worth spending another $14.99.


Review #2

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I pre-ordered this book as I enjoy reading Phillipa Gregory historical novels, and Tidelands in particular, which is the first book in the series. Dark Tides was extremely disappointing. The story was slow; and unbelievable. SPOILER ALERT: While the story has a historical setting, it was primarily about a con woman from Venice. What was most unbelievable was how she managed to manipulate most of the characters into believing her overly dramatic comments about the death of her second husband (who turned out not to be her husband); the fake antiquities she was selling and the fact that she was always promising to pay everyone back, but no one ever saw the money. Aside from this con woman, the fact that the main characters from Tidelands, Alinor and Alysias were so unforgiving about accepting help from James Avery seemed unrealistic.
I’m not sure I saw the value in the dual stories either. All in all, a very disappointing read.


Review #3

Audiobook Dark Tides (The Fairmile #2) by Philippa Gregory

Ned, in New England was related to the London characters but that connection was all there was. He added nothing to their story and they added nothing to his. The son, presumed drowned, was unbelievable when he finally appeared in the story after being rescued by his niece in a caper that defies the imagination. And the story was so slow in developing and was also unbelievable. Only the grandmother and Sarah came through the story unblemished. It was one of the most contrived novels ever. But I bought it! Which shows my gullibility.


Review #4

Audio Dark Tides (The Fairmile #2) narrated by Louise Brealey

Initially, following the first book in the series, this 2nd book moved along fairly well, but it continually slowed. The ending was just plain ridiculous. It seemed as if the author had backed herself into a corner and was in a tremendous hurry to finish. Unfortunately the quality of this book is nowhere near the author’s previous works.


Review #5

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I am a great fan of all of her books but this one is a disappointment. I suggest that you don’t waste your money or your time.


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