Heart of Coal review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB


10 thoughts on “Heart of Coal

  1. says:

    I still haven't settled on a rating for this book I think the review will help me process my thoughts For me the thing is the first book in this series The Denniston Rose was just such a great read A real page turner that I was reluctant to put down I think Ms Pattrick had some idea how she wanted Rose Michael Bren's story to continue but she struggled to get the words on the page Ms Pattrick seemed uncomfortable dealing with view spoiler the sexual abuse of Rose as a child hide spoiler


  2. says:

    25 stars Unfortunately not at the same level than her earlier book The Denniston Rose


  3. says:

    Wow Jenny Pattrick really knows how to get into the characters This book makes you feel so much for the characters you get so involved I want the story to keep going


  4. says:

    A great seuel Jenny Pattrick really has a knack of capturing the essence of what Denniston Plateau must have been like for those that called it home


  5. says:

    Loved itFantastic read and great to learn about this wild part of New Zealand I didn't want it to end I really want to visit the Denniston Incline now


  6. says:

    Having been up on the Denniston Plateau good to read what life would have been like for people up there In fact I would have thought harsher I read the books the wrong way round so look forward to reading The Denniston Rose next


  7. says:

    Would so love to Denniston love this and the Denniston Rose a couple of my favourites they really take you back to the time when life was simple and hard at the same time


  8. says:

    Another brilliant read by Jenny Patrick


  9. says:

    Enjoyed this one too Rose is a right character and relatable in a modern wayStill determined to visit Denniston at some point


  10. says:

    Great follow up to The Denniston Rose Loved this book too


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Heart of Coal

read ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB Í Jenny Pattrick

Often unconventional behaviour Rose is expected to marry her childhood friend the golden Michael Hanratty but when dark and stubborn Brennan Scobie arrives back on the Hill after a seven year absence a challenge is inevitable The opposition of Brennan's ambitious mother adds to the tensionHeart of Coal continues to follow the fortunes of the remote West Coast coa. A great seuel Jenny Pattrick really has a knack of capturing the essence of what Denniston Plateau must have been like for those that called it home

read Heart of Coal

L mining settlement At the turn of the century Denniston is still isolated but all that is about to change New challenges will confront both Rose and this close knit society Staying or leaving will become an option Heart of Coal is about loss and love hope and despair It is a story of convention and the lack of it and of the uncompromising spirit of a uniue woman. Would so love to Denniston love this and the Denniston Rose a couple of my favourites they really take you back to the time when life was simple and hard at the same time

read ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB Í Jenny Pattrick

The compelling seuel to the bestselling novel The Denniston RoseEighteen years have passed since the child Rose arrived on Denniston riding up the terrifying Incline on a stormy night She has now grown into a young woman intelligent and talented with an outrageous zest for life The trauma of her early years seems forgotten though some recognise its shadow in her. Wow Jenny Pattrick really knows how to get into the characters This book makes you feel so much for the characters you get so involved I want the story to keep going

  • Kindle Edition
  • 333
  • Heart of Coal
  • Jenny Pattrick
  • English
  • 07 September 2019
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About the Author: Jenny Pattrick

Jenny Pattrick is an acclaimed historical novelist whose The Denniston Rose and its seuel Heart of Coal are among New Zealand's bestselling novels In 2009 she received the New Zealand Post Mansfield Fellowship She has been active in the arts community and has also written stories songs and shows for childrenJenny Pattrick has been awarded the OBE for services to the arts the 1990 medal