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The Glittering Hour An Unforgettable Historical About True Love Found And Lost And The Secrets We Keep From One Another From An Award Winning Author Selina Lennox Is A Bright Young Thing Her Life Is A Whirl Of Parties And Drinking, Pursued By The Press And Staying On Just The Right Side Of Scandal, All While Running From The Life Her Parents Would Choose For HerLawrence Weston Is A Penniless Painter Who Stumbles Into Selina S Orbit One Night And Can Never Let Her Go Even While Knowing Someone Of Her Stature Could Never End Up With Someone Of His Except Selina Falls Hard For Lawrence, Envisioning A Life Of True Happiness But When Tragedy Strikes, Selina Finds Herself Choosing What S Safe Over What S RightSpanning Two Decades And A Seismic Shift In British History As World War II Approaches, Iona Grey S The Glittering Hour Is An Epic Novel Of Passion, Heartache And Loss

10 thoughts on “The Glittering Hour

  1. says:

    I normally compose my reviews right after finishing a book but after finishing The Glittering Hour I had to wait I had to compose myself first So with tears still in my eyes, I would like to share how deeply this book moved me First of all, it completely transports the reader to both timelines in 1925 when we meet free spirited Selina and then

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    The Glittering Hour, is a story with a dual timeline, it flows seamlessly between 1925 and 1936 In 1925 the war is over, Selina is a member of the Bright Young People she spends her time going to parties, staying up late, drinking way too much, going on silly treasure hunts with her friends and she s footloose and fancy free Really, Selina is very insecur

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    I have been eagerly awaiting the release of this new novel for four years, after devouring Iona Grey s brilliant, award winning debut novel Letters to the Lost I was very excited at being chosen to review this novel which totally blew me away and exceeded all of my expectations.This new novel is set in the intervening years between the two world wars and mainl

  4. says:

    3.5 A lovely book tinged with sadness A story about a big love and secrets told in two parts I especially enjoyed the time period and tone of the book.The story is about Selina Lennox, who was a young socialite in England She marries in 1926 to a man that her family deems to be acceptable and gives birth to a daughter, Alice The story begins in 1936 as Selina accom

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    I cannot even begin to tell you how achingly beautiful this book is.Iona Grey has broken my heart all over again.I know my words will never, in a million years, do this book the justice it deserves You need to read it for yourself to understand I cannot recommend it highly enough.I absolutely adored Iona Grey s previous novel, Letters To The Lost I talk about it, a lot

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    Visit the locations in the novelSometimes there comes a novel that moves you so much that you have to write your review just to get your emotions out A book that moves you so much that you have to stop blubbering long enough so you can write your thoughts down A love story so exquisitely drawn that you finish the book and start to feel like you ve been in it with them and no

  7. says:

    Although the title of the book is The Glittering Hour, it s the glittering few hours I spent reading this book that is uppermost in my mind at the moment.Events unfold over the course of a decade with the story alternating between 1936, as nine year old Alice embarks on a treasure hunt of a kind to uncover the secrets of her mother s past, and 1925 in which Selina recalls her hea

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    Another masterpiece from Iona Grey which was thoroughly worth the wait I completely fell in love with Selina Lennox, Lawrence Weston and little Alice Selina s daughter who as she waits for her mother s return from an overseas trip during the 1930s begins a treasure hunt which will change her life and reveal a deeply emotional story of love found, love lost and love reborn As always wi

  9. says:

    I received a free copy on the Goodreads sanctioned giveaway Thank you The first third of this book was so mind boggling boring to me that if I had not won it and promised to review it, I definitely would have chucked the read A DNF.It s varying time periods little change the style and onus of the writing It s pure emotional based popularity vs affection vs love life type of womanhood effus

  10. says:

    I was a blithering mess in a good way when I finished this beautiful heartbreaking story Everyone must read this gorgeous book

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