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10 thoughts on “The Lonely Furrow

  1. says:

    Sir Godfrey Tallboys story continues, one of the last Knights of England This book turns toward the full lives of his offspring Henry, the eldest, is now tied to the plough The system that supported his Father s occupation has collapsed with all of the economic and political chaos which surrounded the Civil War and eventual War of the Roses York has won, but plague, the troubles with France and many other weather and food considerations have altered the former systems of serfdom and husbandry The priests and monks in their class And the nobels in theirs are self serving The farmer and the freeman of trade or skill have many difficult years This book is as dark as The Homecoming Suffolk 2 and yet it holds honesty, IMHO Henry and his siblings Moynidan and other houses of worth in this area near Bywater and Baildon So much is in flux Money of coin is scarce and barter usually possible Life is short and the lawyer necessary Intake has driven further divisions across the river beyond the distance Witch hunting and superstition are as thick as any theological OR secular beliefs Trust for a stranger, not always wise.This follows the Tallboys to their 3rd generation from Sir Godfrey.The detail for the lives of seasons and the land Fabulous, fabulous Norah Lofts She ends this one with a recognition between the two main protagonists that is final and ultimately satisfying for the reader That these characters have some hope for brighter future probabilities, but not at all the one the woman has envisioned I strongly recommend this Suffolk trio if you have any interest in the rhythm of the fourteenth century English days for the country freeman of England and their extended family which enabled growing husbandry What and how association and knowledge was usual and how life was defined and understood Lawyer Turnbell of another generation and yet another continues to write his lines Henry has no time or inclination toward writing Henry does and has little time for such abstractions He physically acts to alter their diminished reality, so that some may survive I also would not recommend this book without reading the other two of the trio first It is stand alone in one regard, she repeats basic origins and processes of how the characters have enjoined or connected BUT those redundancies would be just the bare bones and often confusing In order to encompass the underlying secrets and voids of what is never said you need to know the depth of history, learning skills, building and placement fall outs Depth in not just the physical or familial genetic makeup, but of the forewarned or supposedly miraculous.Come to Knight s Acre and see what has grown


  2. says:

    My public library still has a collection of Loft s novels and I read them again when I run out of new releases.


  3. says:

    Set in 15th century England, this is the story of Henry Tallboys, master of Knight s Acre where he chooses to work as a farmer and care for his ward, Joanna It is a time when marriages are arranged and women do nor inherit anything The king first, and then the church decide upon the dispensation of wealth Henry is a mysterious character but Joanna is beautiful, refreshing, and hard working Henry does everything he can to give Joanna a good life The reason why becomes apparent Physically this book is not an easy read because of the fine print and no chapters Also, important information is implied rather than spelled out but I found it to be well worth the effort


  4. says:

    More mud and struggle for one dimensional characters you have no care for It s within the author s ability to add a little happiness but they seem stuck in a rut of misery The book itself is longer than the first two brought about by the repetition of content from the first two books The author then finds themselves repeating content written earlier in the same book, as if it was written in stages and stuck together Very poor and I am happy it is finished.


  5. says:

    This is the third book of the Godfrey Tallboys trilogy, focusing on Sir Godfrey s and his lady s children specifically Henry Tallboys, who, as the son of a knight, has chosen to become a farmer I did like this book, but this was the end of the trilogy and as such, focused quite a bit on the earlier books I give it an A


  6. says:

    This is the third in a trilogy of which the first two are Knight s Acre and The Homecoming Continues in Norah Lofts strong story telling mode but suggest the plot and characters might be a bit confusing if you have not first read the other two books in the trilogy.


  7. says:

    Continuation of Knight s Acre and The Homecoming.


  8. says:

    I still love her I always wish there was to this story.