DOWNLOAD AUDIOBOOK ↠ 1964 - by James Farner #2020

  • Title: 1964
  • Author: James Farner
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  • Page: 267
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  • 1964 By James Farner This is an ACE of ASIN B00QSE271C 1964Richard Warren, aged ten, is growing up in the North Yorkshire village of Ledder Bridge Through verdant fields and meandering brooks, life is simple and easy, far from the turmoil of the Cold War world When an adventure with his older brother Peter Warren goes wrong and Richard finds himself trapped in the dark depths of an abandonedThis is an ACE of ASIN B00QSE271C 1964Richard Warren, aged ten, is growing up in the North Yorkshire village of Ledder Bridge Through verdant fields and meandering brooks, life is simple and easy, far from the turmoil of the Cold War world When an adventure with his older brother Peter Warren goes wrong and Richard finds himself trapped in the dark depths of an abandoned quarry, it kick starts a chain of events that brings him into contact with work, family conflict, and the dreaded English class system Will Richard be able to persevere and become wise well beyond his tender years Part of the Made in Yorkshire saga 1969 Made in Yorkshire Book 2
    James Farner
    James Farner is a professional writer and draws upon his love of fiction and his love of stories that span generations His signature series Made in Yorkshire was born out of a desire to find out what happened next At the end of every good film, book, or TV show the characters disappear and that s the end of them James isn t alone in the desire to find out what happened to the characters afterwards.This is how Made in Yorkshire appeared Starting from 1953 and driving on to the modern day, James explores the different eras of Britain through his colourful cast of characters.Prior to writing fiction, he enjoyed a career as a freelance writer His writing has appeared online, in magazines, and in a variety of other publications.When not writing, he can be found sketching, watching sports, and playing the tin whistle.

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    belinda banks
    Ok storyThis book was ok to read and the storyline was ok but it didn t hold my attention for long I only finished reading it because I make it a habit to finish any book I start reading I think I have lukewarm feelings about this book because I kept hoping it would get suspenseful It never did it just kinda meandered along with the story This is definitely not my genre of book that I like.

    1964 is about a young boy, his family, and the struggles of life A lovely read, I got drawn into the characters and their lifestyle of struggle Richard is trying to make the right choices so that his mother and father would not scold him like they do his brother When Richard makes an adventurous mistake with Peter, time away, working at the pub lets Richard build his own character Along with a new unexpected friendship After a loss, Richards escape is writing fantasy He learns his father s moral [...]

    I got nearly halfway through before I gave up I think there is a nugget of solid story in here somewhere but the writing is so very clumsy and artless that I can t bring myself to care Desperately needs a good editor to work alongside the writer He needs to learn how to set up each vignette All his connective material is amateurish, but the scenes themselves especially with old Albert show glimpses of greatness This book demonstrates the downside of epublishing it is too easy to get yourself int [...]

    Dianne Ascroft
    This novel takes a realistic look back at a innocent age that is often idealised today The gently paced coming of age story centres around a young boy s relationship with an elderly, grief stricken alcoholic Living on an isolated farm Richard Warren has little contact with the wider world until he begins working a few hours each day in the village pub for his father s old army mate This triggers a series of events that leads him to meet and socialise with the son of one of the local gentry and [...]

    Hunter Collins
    This was a fantastic book The writing style reminded me a little of the Secret Garden which is one of my favorite books of all time The plot kept wanting to read and I finished it in a day because I couldn t stop reading it I cannot wait for Book 2 I m very glad this was recommended to me

    A good read of course but not up to my expectations The story revolves around Richard s character and how he evolves as a writer from the happenings around him Nothing specific about the aftermath of Cold World War Glimpses of the English class system but not very well brought forth or highlighted The book is a well to do as fiction but a little low on being a historical fiction Neither is there any urge to read further Only questions left unanswered were who published Richard s work and how he [...]

    This is an e book that I bought for something like 99 cents on Book Bud It is the first book in a series, Made in Yorkshire I bought it because I enjoy reading about lives in England, this one about a young country boy who experiences his first interaction with the wealthy gentry class I assume he will grow up in subsequent installments, but I am not interested enough to read any about him.

    I found this story to be much enjoying than I originally thought I would I loved the chance I had to talk with the author and ask questions about his writing process for this book and the rest in the series If you would like to know , you can visit the link for my wrap up.apopofjess 2015 0

    It was fun reading through the perspective of a child but the plot itself is a bit predictable All the characters were well made except for the Camberwell s, I m not sure what s the right word to describe them but they were too made up I think.

    Mary Lou
    Mediocre writing, predictable stereotypes, poor character development, weak plot The story had potential, but was in need of a lot time, effort, thought, and editing.

    Diane McGyver
    A good effort that fell shortSpoiler Alert If you haven t read the book, this review contains pieces of the story that may hamper your enjoyment if you decide to read it.I had high hopes for the story for two reasons 1 For some odd reason titles that use only a year intrigue me 2 It was set in a small community in the UK However, the lack of polish and editing of the story slowed the pace and, in some instances, confused me Many sentences were unnecessarily wordy.There were some scenes that were [...]

    This was a different read for me, and hey, different is nice sometimes This particular book is rather like a combination of The Hardy Boys, Oliver Twist, and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Young Richard, growing up on a farm, with his brother Peter and parents discovers many new things about life, the class system, sibling rivalry, and the fact that adults are not always who you think they are or should be e.g Richard remembered what Officer Hardy had said to his father whilst he was dozing [...]

    Dawn Dorsey
    This is a fun story narrated by a little boy growing up in rural Yorkshire Most of the action takes place when he is eleven in 1964, just old enough to explore the nearby village and countryside by himself He gets to know the villagers, old and young, gossipy and taciturn, and makes friends with a few special ones the pub keeper, a lonely old man, veteran of both world wars, the candy store lady, a police detective He meets the Quality for the first time in his life, and is puzzled over what to [...]

    James Farner creates realistic charcters that are just trying to survive everyday life Richard Warren is 10 when the book begins and like any boy of his age growing up in a pretty boring working class environment he can get into some trouble This trouble leads him to some coming of age events.It has an interesting view of the class division in society and how that can effect someones perception Farner does a great job of developing charcter and setting They are what drive this story so than the [...]

    Dan Matthews
    A reminder of the coming of ageThe book was a pleasant reminder of the days of my youth when days seemed to present perplexing events in an otherwise young boys play times Anyone can associate with this rite of passage and will enjoy the subtleties of this young man s discovery of a few of life s realities This four star rating is for the ease of reading, the captivating story line and its realistic plot.

    A very enjoyable readSet in mid century Yorks hire about a blue color family and struggles they have enduring real life is not my typical read It was a free book through Kindle unlimited and sounded like a good change I am very glad I read it, I thoroughly enjoyed the story and will continue with the series It was very well written and edited without and discrepancies which I was very happy about If your thinking you might like it then you will love it.

    HookedA series that has caught me and reeled me in Looking forward to the next book A nice, easy read

    Not the best book I ve ever read I didn t particularly like the writing style of the author although it was unique I did finish the book but I was tempted not to.

    As a youngster, I m sure I did things that I d think twice about doing now that I m an adult that s how this story starts A young boy ventures into an old mine shaft on a dare The story has enough twists and turns to keep a reader s interest and the dialogue is realistic The author writes well and provides enough description to provoke your imagination without weighing down the read This is book one of a series and I ve just finished it I can t wait to start on book two It definitely is a book t [...]

    2.5 stars

    Mark Tilbury
    Richard looks up to his older brother, Peter, but Peter gets him into a whole heap of trouble in the first book of the series, Made in Yorkshire The trouble in this book results in him being sent to work, which Richard considers to be a punishment as it takes him away from his love of writing Peter has to work with his Dad on their farm and he feels that he can t make decisions about his own future I enjoyed the feel of this book and how the author wrote it through a child s eyes Richard is a go [...]

    This is an interesting book about family life with two boys, one in his teens Peter Warren and a younger brother age 10, Richard living on a farm with their Mom and Dad in Yorkshire Village The boys are always looking for adventure, the parents are working hard to keep things going, providing a home and food The story is amazing, fast paced, couldn t put it down, one adventure after another with a few mysteries thrown in A book that I will remember for a long time The characters were so well def [...]

    Nancy L Blizzard
    Light readI actually read this book in one sitting It is the first in a series and introduce us to the main character, Richard and his family Richard is a child and he and his older brother, Peter, live on a small farm with their parents Sneaking off one day to go to the local quarry, something their parents forbid them to do, Richard falls down an abandoned mine shaft Rescued by his father and his father s friend, Simon, it proves to be a life changing event As punishment he is forced to work i [...]

    Don Toth
    Coming of age storyFor me this book was an exception from the rule It was not the typical genre I read in Coming of age in a culture other than my own, or what I am familiar with, keeps my brain intellectually agile The boy that is the focus of the story, a post war farm boy, grows through his different relationships As time passing for him he naturally grows as an individual, but, grows the most from his personality and points of view coming into contact with other s personalities and view poi [...]

    GC MacQuarie
    If anyone s ever attempted to perfect dialogue in a story, they know just how hard it can be So much can be learnt from what the characters of a story say to each other It should be considered an art form, and not everyone is good at it.James Farner s ability to use dialogue in such a way that we learn the core of his characters simply by their conversations, is brilliant I love dialogue, well, I love reading dialogue, and it was Farner s addictive talent of creating such believable characters t [...]

    John Seymour
    Very comfortable readI suppose that calling a book comfortable is a bit odd But the word suits I started reading, and the characters were all realistic right from the start I felt I understood the boy, the main character, immediately His mannerisms and way of thinking were all quite natural, as well as the interplay with his older brother and his dad.This is not an epic story with a message that will stay with you forget It s not a page Turner that you can t put down until 4 00 AM But it is a po [...]

    Sharon Loveday
    This story is told by an omniscient narrator with a young boy, Richard, as its central character Richard experiences many events which change his perspective on life in the village of Ledder Bridge The author creates an excellent setting of life in Yorkshsire in 1964 The characters are all well drawn and the reader instantly connects with them Once you begin the story you will not want to put the book down.The dynamics between Richard s family are marvellous Together with the moving story, scene [...]

    Kristina Trawick
    Boy meets real worldThe reason for a four rating instead of a five the proofing for errors was not great, making some points in the story confusing Otherwise, great coming of age story of a boy with a penchant for trouble and the gift of portraying his life into a fantasy in on going stories he writes in his room I am not sure of the facts as far as life in the 60 s in England, but it was a eye opener for me as an American who would have been the same age as Richard, the protagonist I can t wait [...]

    Elizabeth Maher
    Fascinating view of Britain after WW II.The story is told through the eyes of a young boy growing up on a farm He doesn t have much contact with other children except for his older brother The plot encompasses the young boy s interpretations of his life around him He has a chance encounter with an upper class titled family that cause tremendous undue influence to destroy his family and way of life This is an engrossing story that will keep you turning the pages Will read by this author.

    This is a story of Richard Warren growing up in Yorkshire He learns how to deal with his ornery older brother He learns about injustice and the snobbery of the rich upper class and how regular folk learn to deal with them He learns responsible and maturity as he grows up In his spare time he plays at being a detective and writes fantasy stories This was an average book but it kept my interest since the characters were genuine and authentic It was so realistic felt like the author was writing his [...]

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