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Kirsty Manning

“Life’s full of messy edges.”

As soon as I read the first chapter I literally said out loud to myself “I’m going to love this.” I’m not a jewelry person at all, but I found myself fascinated by the journey gemstones take from being dug up to being worn by someone. Googling images of the places Kate went and the process of mining also added a great deal to the story for me. I thought Manning’s imagined scenario of the discovery of the ‘Cheapside Hoard’ was very believable and well written. I loved Essie and could have just read her life story and felt fulfilled.

There were a couple of things I wish could’ve been done better. For instance Freddie... his death is mentioned early on but never brought up again. What happened? When? I know it would’ve affected Essie, but it’s never mentioned. Also, the ‘present’ story had too many unnecessary characters. Only a couple were essential to the story. Really surprising myself by saying this but I really wish this had been longer. I felt that Kate’s romance and the ending felt rushed... but, again, I did really, really love Essie and would’ve been happy for another 100 pages devoted to her later life. Overall, I really enjoyed this quick read. 4 stars.

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as soon as i read the first chapter i literally said out loud to myself “i’m going to love this.” i’m not a jewelry person at all, but i found myself fascinated by the journey gemstones take from being dug up to being worn by someone. googling images of the places kate went and the process of mining also added a great deal to the story for me. i thought manning’s imagined scenario of the discovery of the ‘cheapside hoard’ was very believable and well written. i loved essie and could have just read her life story and felt fulfilled.

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there were a couple of things i wish could’ve been done better. for instance freddie... his death is mentioned early on but never brought up again. what happened? when? i know it would’ve affected essie, but it’s never mentioned. also, the ‘present’ story had too many unnecessary characters. only a couple were essential to the story. really surprising myself by saying this but i really wish this had been longer. i felt that kate’s romance and the ending felt rushed... but, again, i did really, really love essie and would’ve been happy for another 100 pages devoted to her later life. overall, i really enjoyed this quick read. 4 stars.
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as soon as i read the first chapter i literally said out loud to myself “i’m going to love this.” i’m not a jewelry person at all, but i found myself fascinated by the journey gemstones take from being dug up to being worn by someone. googling images of the places kate went and the process of mining also added a great deal to the story for me. i thought manning’s imagined scenario of the discovery of the ‘cheapside hoard’ was very believable and well written. i loved essie and could have just read her life story and felt fulfilled.

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there were a couple of things i wish could’ve been done better. for instance freddie... his death is mentioned early on but never brought up again. what happened? when? i know it would’ve affected essie, but it’s never mentioned. also, the ‘present’ story had too many unnecessary characters. only a couple were essential to the story. really surprising myself by saying this but i really wish this had been longer. i felt that kate’s romance and the ending felt rushed... but, again, i did really, really love essie and would’ve been happy for another 100 pages devoted to her later life. overall, i really enjoyed this quick read. 4 stars. of the diaphragm does not act on the maribraan. My memory card kingston sd card got corrupted and is now not 368 accessible. “life’s full of messy edges.”

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there were a couple of things i wish could’ve been done better. for instance freddie... his death is mentioned early on but never brought up again. what happened? when? i know it would’ve affected essie, but it’s never mentioned. also, the ‘present’ story had too many unnecessary characters. only a couple were essential to the story. really surprising myself by saying this but i really wish this had been longer. i felt that kate’s romance and the ending felt rushed... but, again, i did really, really love essie and would’ve been happy for another 100 pages devoted to her later life. overall, i really enjoyed this quick read. 4 stars. all kids like to do this and makes eating stamppot even more fun! Surely the cost of downtime and the “life’s full of messy edges.”

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there were a couple of things i wish could’ve been done better. for instance freddie... his death is mentioned early on but never brought up again. what happened? when? i know it would’ve affected essie, but it’s never mentioned. also, the ‘present’ story had too many unnecessary characters. only a couple were essential to the story. really surprising myself by saying this but i really wish this had been longer. i felt that kate’s romance and the ending felt rushed... but, again, i did really, really love essie and would’ve been happy for another 100 pages devoted to her later life. overall, i really enjoyed this quick read. 4 stars.
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