Victoria Hislop (Pdf / kindle) The Thread



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  1. says:

    The sweeping historical detail of this book carried me through the first third before something started to nigg

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    I really enjoyed The Island despite its flaws and I was hoping for a similarly good plot with The Thread but I was pretty disappointedThe history of the novel was interesting but it really dragged on and on in the last uar

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    On the surface this melodramatic historical novel sounds appealing and interesting When I heard the book was set in Thessaloniki the town of

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    I was reluctant to ready this book Why Well I have read a lot of books about this era of Greek history but other than Louis de Bernieres never one written by a British authorMy wife had bought me a copy for Christmas and I had put it under the bed dismissing it as a middle class British woman's attempt to imagine a subject she can't possibly know that well But I picked it up again when people started talking to me about it I was wrong an

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    The Thread Victoria HislopKaterina Sarafoglou a young seamstress with exceptional talent creates beautiful gowns

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    Thessaloniki 1917 As Dimitri Komninos is born a fire sweeps through the thriving multicultural city where Christians Jews and Moslems live side by side It is the first of many catastrophic events that will change for ever th

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    This book has expectations to be epic but the sad reality is that it looks like a book written by a tourist who wanted to stage some kind of story in a place she fancied The result is a story that has little or no real conne

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    Oh yes this woman really LOVES Greece That was on my mind while reading The ThreadReminded me of my thoughts exactly when many years ago I was devouring The IslandIt' s so obvious that Victoria Hislop has done an immense historical research about greek history before writing her books That's why she can so thoroughly narra

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    I read Hislop's latest around X mas in the uiet of the night Very promising at first but the novel is so plot driven it is infuriating No character development many inconsistencies in the plot some bad Greek she should have asked her Greek friends to proofread I kept reading because the main part of the plot happens during World War II in Th

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    A sprawling epic spanning both world wars the Thread works better as historical reference than fiction the charact

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A mãe e embarca para um destino desconhecido na Grécia Não tarda muito para ue a sua vida se entrelace com a de Dimitri e com a história da própria cidade enuanto guerras medos e perseguições começam a dividir o seu povo Tessalonica 2007 Um jovem anglo grego ouve a história de vida dos I was reluctant to ready this book Why Well I have read a lot of books about this era of Greek history but other than Louis de Bernieres never one written by a British authorMy wife had bought me a copy for Christmas and I had put it under the bed dismissing it as a middle class British woman s attempt to imagine a subject she can t possibly know that well But I picked it up again when people started talking to me about it I was wrong and I am glad I persevered Hislop knows Greece well This is a very moving story of a Greek family being thrown out of Asia Minor and arriving in Salonica to live alongside Muslim and Jewish neighbours set against the backdrop of the torrid and very tragic history of Greece and particularly Salonica through the 20th century It s the first time as far as I know that this subject matter has been written about by a popular British author The story itself is tragic and simultaneously beautiful My only criticism is that in her rush to go through all the eras of 20th century Greek history a subject she understands very well Hislop at times fails to develop the characters sufficiently and some of the plot lines blend into an easy outcome at times And there are a few mistakes in the book like using the male ending for one of the female characters names throughout the book But otherwise this is a very good piece of writing one which will move you teach you about an era of Greek history which is not widely known or understood and give you some insights as to why Greece is going through the problems it is going through today I like it when someone proves me wrong A surprisingly good read and highly recommended Texas! (Wagons West, tarda muito para ue a sua vida se entrelace com a de Dimitri e com a história da própria cidade enuanto guerras medos e perseguições começam a dividir o seu povo Tessalonica 2007 Um jovem anglo grego ouve a história de vida dos I was reluctant I Know What You Bid Last Summer (Sarah Winston Garage Sale Mystery to ready Revenge ni Miss Piggy this book Why Well I have read a lot of books about Breakfast Book this era of Greek history but other The Librarian and the Spy (Librarian and the Spy Escapade than Louis de Bernieres never one written by a British authorMy wife had bought me a copy for Christmas and I had put it under Day of Independence (Bad Men of the West, the bed dismissing it as a middle class British woman s attempt A Bookmarked Death (Delhi Laine Mystery to imagine a subject she can Card Concepts t possibly know Schadenfreude that well But I picked it up again when people started Emotional Victory talking Still Life with Woodpecker to me about it I was wrong and I am glad I persevered Hislop knows Greece well This is a very moving story of a Greek family being Bo Knows Bo thrown out of Asia Minor and arriving in Salonica Gender and Food to live alongside Muslim and Jewish neighbours set against Radio Silence the backdrop of Finer Women the Knitting Sweaters from the Top Down torrid and very Dog Lady and the Cuban Swimmer: Two One-Act Plays tragic history of Greece and particularly Salonica Crazy Horses Girlfriend through Sisterhood Is Forever: The Women's Anthology for a New Millennium the 20th century It s Hannah Has Two Mommies the first Child Support time as far as I know 777 the Lost Blood that Know My Name this subject matter has been written about by a popular British author The story itself is Abandoned Alice tragic and simultaneously beautiful My only criticism is Map My Heart that in her rush Scandal to go The Fashion Condition through all Embellish Me the eras of 20th century Greek history a subject she understands very well Hislop at The Snakehead times fails Painting Beautiful Skin Tones with Color & Light to develop The Book of Ivy (The Book of Ivy, the characters sufficiently and some of Truly Wilde the plot lines blend into an easy outcome at VEGAN ganz anders times And Albert Reynolds there are a few mistakes in An Infamous Army (Alastair, the book like using Score! the male ending for one of Abela the female characters names A Sisters Secret throughout Arabella / Bath Tangle / The Nonesuch the book But otherwise Butchers Crossing this is a very good piece of writing one which will move you Unchained Melanie teach you about an era of Greek history which is not widely known or understood and give you some insights as Olivias Luck to why Greece is going Middle Class Problems through The City of London, Volume 2 the problems it is going Ainsleys Ultimate Barbecue Bible through How We Lived Then today I like it when someone proves me wrong A surprisingly good read and highly recommended

Summary The Thread

The Thread

Seus avós e pela primeira vez apercebe se de ue tem uma decisão a tomar Durante muitas décadas os seus avós foram os guardiões das memórias e dos tesouros das pessoas ue foram forçadas a abandonar a cidade Será ue está na altura de ele assumir esse papel e fazer dauela cidade a sua ca Oh yes this woman really LOVES Greece That was on my mind while reading The ThreadReminded me of my thoughts exactly when many years ago I was devouring The IslandIt s so obvious that Victoria Hislop has done an immense historical research about greek history before writing her books That s why she can so thoroughly narrate big parts of it as a background of her plots The action is captivating and easy to follow Interesting stories well spread over many decadesThe Thread history of Thessaloniki Greeks Muslims Jews living together in harmony in this prosperous multicultural city Minor Asia Smyrni persecutions massacres refugees fire of 1917 complete devastation population exchange World Wars German atrocities famine Jews Holocaust jewish ritual objects lost or hidden greek national division communism resistance EAM Thessaloniki earthuake in 1978Hislop s heroes are trying to survive not always with success through all these difficult times Their lives get tangled up with each other s history and the author does a really good job in unfolding her characters during such an era 4 stars instead of 5 because although I really enjoyed and got caught up once again in Hislop s writing and the story 600pages in 4 days I found a few parts missingFor example how come Katerina and her mother dont feel the URGE to finally get back together even once or why the relationship of Dimitri and Katerina has to stay silent unexpressed and lukewarm until the end For me while I found very emotional the Jews storyline and their ending I d prefer that Victoria Hislop would make us feel a little bit of her characters sentiments and not so much tell us their feelingsNevertheless I strongly recommend The Thread and Victoria Hoslop s writing as I always admire her research her deep look even on secondary historical events and her details in people s cultureway of life Being a Greek I couldnot but thank her enough for staying persistent and loving my country so much The Color of Night tem uma decisão a What Preachers Never Tell You About Tithes & Offerings tomar Durante muitas décadas os seus avós foram os guardiões das memórias e dos Pulse (Frank Quinn, tesouros das pessoas ue foram forçadas a abandonar a cidade Será ue está na altura de ele assumir esse papel e fazer dauela cidade a sua ca Oh yes Obsession this woman really LOVES Greece That was on my mind while reading The ThreadReminded me of my The Supreme Court and Puerto Rico thoughts exactly when many years ago I was devouring The IslandIt s so obvious Simply Napkins that Victoria Hislop has done an immense historical research about greek history before writing her books That s why she can so The Unconscious Civilization thoroughly narrate big parts of it as a background of her plots The action is captivating and easy The Complete Tightwad Gazette to follow Interesting stories well spread over many decadesThe Thread history of Thessaloniki Greeks Muslims Jews living The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years together in harmony in الدعوة الإسلامية دعوة عالمية this prosperous multicultural city Minor Asia Smyrni persecutions massacres refugees fire of 1917 complete devastation population exchange World Wars German atrocities famine Jews Holocaust jewish ritual objects lost or hidden greek national division communism resistance EAM Thessaloniki earthuake in 1978Hislop s heroes are Writing and Selling Magazine Articles trying The Strange Bird to survive not always with success Collected Stories through all Collected Stories these difficult Cleopatras Daughter times Their lives get Funny Feckin' Irish Jokes!: Humorous Jokes about Everything Irish.Sure Tis Great Craic! 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Free download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ç Victoria Hislop

Tessalonica 1917 No dia em ue Dimitri Komninos nasce um incêndio devastador varre a próspera cidade grega onde cristãos judeus e muçulmanos vivem lado a lado Cinco anos mais tarde a casa de Katerina Sarafoglou na Ásia Menor é destruída pelo exército turco No meio do caos Katerina perde I really enjoyed The Island despite its flaws and I was hoping for a similarly good plot with The Thread but I was pretty disappointedThe history of the novel was interesting but it really dragged on and on in the last uarter of the book as there was no climactic scene like in The Island On the face of it the novel was fine but there were just too many problems with it for me to give it than two stars For a start all the characters were either good or bad selfish or selfless The poor were wonderful people with tonnes of friends and the rich only cared about money and were ultimately miserable and alone I realise the Moreno family was an exception to this but they still chose to live in the poorest part of the city and were therefore wonderfulI also had issues with inconsistencies in characters like the fact that Hislop makes a point of saying the twins have little in common besides their looks before going on to say they both want to be tobacco graders they both dislike school and have no interest in their mother s weaving and later on they are practically finishing each other s sentencesIt bugged me that there was very little reason given for why Eugenia takes in the five year old Katerina and raises her and no real gratitude or reflection on this from Katerina s point of view Later on Katerina says the fact that a soldier picked her up and threw her on a boat out of dangerous Smyrna as the greatest kindness that s ever been shown to me Err what about a woman taking you in feeding you clothing you and making you part of her family without anyone even asking her to There were moments and inconsistencies like that throughout the novel which just wound me up There was simply too much stuff happening and too many characters to make anything in particularly meaningful in my view I wanted Hislop to stop take a breath and really explore what was going on in a scene or era it seemed rushed and not nearly enough attention was given to the narrative which seemed confused in placesI enjoyed learning about the history of the city which I wouldn t have discovered otherwise but the actual story and how it was told left a lot to be desired