5 edition of Amberwell found in the catalog.
D. E. Stevenson
Originally published, London: Collins, 1955.
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Title: Amberwell Author: D. E. Stevenson Book binding: Hardcover Publisher: Collins Year of publication: Condition: ACCEPTABLE. Description. pages. No dust jacket. Blue cloth. Moderate tanning to pages, with occasional thumbing throughout. Heavy tanning and foxing to text block edges. Heavy tanning to free endpapers, with large Seller Rating: % positive. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Torturing Mr. Amberwell by Thomas M. Disch, , Cheap Street edition, in English Torturing Mr. Amberwell ( edition) | Open LibraryPages:
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I liked the sound of Amberwell and decided to give Stevenson another chance to impress me. Amberwell is the name of a house and estate in the south west of A few years ago I read one of D. Stevenson’s most popular novels, Miss Buncle’s Book/5. AMBERWELL is a lovely story and I am looking forward to now 're-reading Summerhills the second Ayrton family book.
I have read all D E Stevenson books many times over and will continue to do so. A lovely light read in a hectic world/5(). Amberwell is a beautiful house on the West Coast of Scotland which has belonged to the Ayrton family for generations.
Five young Ayrtons in this story grew up there then ventured out into the world. Please ignore abe's shipping estimate (based on a 1 Kg book) as this weighs less and I.
Amberwell is my favorite of D.E. Stevenson's novels. I have read it over and over and I'm thrilled to be able to listen now, too. Please, please, Audible, offer us more of this author's books. I would absolutely love to see Miss Buncle's Book or Celia's House here, among others. 10 people found this helpful.
Amberwell is the story of a family living in Scotland in the early part of the 20th century. The Ayrtons live at Amberwell, a sprawling house built by an ancestor in the 18th century.
Anne, Nell, Roger, Constance, and Thomas are different as different /5(2). Dorothy Emily Stevenson (–) was a best-selling Scottish author. She published more than 40 "light romantic novels" over a span of more than 40 years. Stevenson was born in Melville Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, on 18 November Her father was David Alan Stevenson, a lighthouse engineer and first cousin to author Robert Louis.
Find books like Amberwell from the Amberwell book largest Amberwell book of readers. Goodreads members who liked Amberwell also liked: Thrush Green (Thrush Green, #1. Five young Ayrtons all grew up at Amberwell, playing in the gardens and preparing themselves to venture out into the world.
To each of these children, Amberwell meant something different, but common to all of them was the idea that Amberwell was more than just where they lived, it was part of them.
Amberwell drove one of its children into a 5/5(1). As soon as I started reading it, “Amberwell” immediately brought to mind the last Stevenson books I reviewed “Listening Valley” and “Celia’s House.” I guess when the title is that of a place, and specifically a house, it’s a fair bet that this is the type of book it will be.
Get this from a library. Amberwell. [D E Stevenson] -- Five young Ayrtons all grew up at Amberwell, playing in the gardens and preparing themselves to venture out into the world. To each of these children, Amberwell meant something different, but common. One of the other initial books from the Miss Buncle series was published under the title ‘The Two Mrs.
Abbotts’. This book was released in the year by the Ulverscroft publishers. At the starting sequence of the book, it is shown that Mrs. Abbott is very much flustered about the thought of writing about a woman from the Red Cross.
The lineage of an 18th century house and its inhabitants comes down to present times when the war has reduced large gestures and small economies take their place. Roger and Thomas are off in the service; Anne is dismissed from the family because of her ill advised marriage, and Nell, ill equipped, is left to pathetic attempts to keep Amberwell alive.
Roger's young son gives her a brightness in. Amberwell is the story of a family living in Scotland in the early part of the 20th century. The Ayrtons live at Amberwell, a sprawling house built by an ancestor in the 18th century. Anne, Nell, Roger, Constance, and Thomas are different as different could be, and they all grow up to pursue their own paths/5(6).
Five young Ayrtons all grew up at Amberwell, playing in the gardens and preparing themselves to venture out into the world. To each of these children, Amberwell meant something different, but common to all of them was the idea that Amberwell was more than just where they lived - it was part of them.
Amberwell itself remains at the centre of the story and even as the Ayrtons move away or move on, it continues to hold a special place in each of their hearts. I loved Amberwell. I found it very different from Miss Buncle’s Book (a more serious, poignant story rather than a humorous one) but much more to my taste.
I was particularly. Buy Amberwell by D. E Stevenson (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(35). Get this from a library. Amberwell. [D E Stevenson] COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library.
Buy a cheap copy of Amberwell book by D.E. Stevenson. Free shipping over $ Located in Ditcheat in the Somerset region, The Barn at Amberwell has a garden. The property is 12 miles from Wells, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site.
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