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  1. says:

    I haven't had much time to write this review since I finished reading this book a couple of days ago but I've been thinking about these characters and their story so much so that as I'm writing this I have decided to up my

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    Well this wasn’t the experience I had hoped for There’s a tiny part of me that feels this story teetered on the very edge of being something great—something memorable even—but then there’s the rational part of me that can admit it missed the mark Big time This was an extremely drab and depressing story even for me—someo

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    Update since I can't stop thinking about this I'm moving this up to 5 starsIreland 1911Love found in an insane asylum by a man and woman who were institutionalized without having a mental disorder This is what was

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    Unlike music excessive reading has been shown to be dangerous for the female mindThe Ballroom often feels lush in nature but is uite simple r

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    This has been a difficult review in the sense that I initially couldn't pinpoint what it was that didn't feel right for me Up to the middle I knew I liked it enough to continue reading my overall impression was positive but it wasn't fulfilling my expectationsIn a certain degree I am still conflicted and divided over a few parts of the novel And then something happened and the book started coming to lifeI started The Ballroom by

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    I hate that this is overFor one day a week 2 hours on a Friday night both women and men who have been segregated in the asylum are brought together in the ballroom For one night they have the pleasure of listening to music and dancing as if they were normal Where for 2 hours they feel human They feel hope They feel a con

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    Beautiful Simple Sincere Poetic What else can I say Just finished this lovely story 1911 Set over the heatwave summer of 1911 at the end of the Edwardian era The ballroom is a tale of unlikely love and dangerous obsession of madness and sanity

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    I received a copy of The Ballroom by Anna Hope through NetGalley for an honest review My thanks to Random House and to Anna Hope for the opportunityWho would know the things inside her if she stayed in this place?Ella Fay has cast her lot by breaking a covered window in a factory where she labored in a most bleek manner as a spinner The tight threads cut into her swollen fingers and those same threads entangled upon her

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    45 Heartfelt StarsThe Ballroom by Anna Hope was my very first Traveling Sister Group Read with Brenda Norma Lindsay and JanB It was an amazingly rewarding experience with incredibly kind inspiring smart and simply wonderful women Th

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    45 stars What a touching and unforgettable read This was our first Traveling Sister Read with Norma Brenda JanB and Susanne We had such a wonderfully enjoyable time reading this together It sparked a lot of deep discussion and it was very interesting to get to know everyone's perspectives and opinionsThis novel was haunt

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Where love is your only escape 1911 Inside an asylum at the edge of the Yorkshire moors where men and women are kept apart by high walls and barred windows there is a ballroo. Well this wasn t the experience I had hoped for There s a tiny part of me that feels this story teetered on the very edge of being something great something memorable even but then there s the rational part of me that can admit it missed the mark Big time This was an extremely drab and depressing story even for me someone who freuently dabbles in dark readsIt was all the eerie possibilities an asylum could offer a storyline along with the glowing reviews I d seen from other readers that unknowingly encouraged me to pick up The Ballroom On some level I thought this would be hauntingly beautiful Captivating Stunning Instead I found myself succumbing to page after page of flat and often emotionless drivel Meaning I could only handle this book in small doses hence the snail s pace one month read The fact that these people landed themselves in an asylum for one ridiculous reason or another with no idea where they d ultimately end up was unimaginable Heartbreaking even The normally segregated patients being able to congregate for a dance in a grand ballroom with the opposite sex every Friday night managed to stir up something akin to hope Could music and dance mollify their troublesThere s a love story within these pages but it s mostly overshadowed by the unraveling of the other characters Despite the considerable amount of time it takes for the relationship to come to fruition their feelings still felt a little rushed and underdeveloped I found myself uestioning why they had these feelings for each other but I never could find the answer The letters didn t touch me emotionally and the ballroom wasn t as large of a part of the story as it should have beenOther than John I can t say that I was enad with any of the characters I found Ella to be extremely dull and I struggled to connect with Clem or consider their interaction a friendship Something about Charles initially bored me and those feelings turned to disdain when he flipped the script way too uickly and without much forethought or reasoning In my opinion there was than enough room for deeper character development here There were so many things that went unsaid for the sake of giving words to those that didn t strengthen the power of the story Even after everything I ve said up to this point I still wouldn t consider this to be a horrible book I think it s best described as slow and mundane The author gives a nice backstory in her acknowledgements and links the storyline to some actual history but overall The Ballroom failed to provide a deeper meaning for me or even a clearcut plot Was there one What was the point of the story Did I somehow fail to see it because I was focusing too much on that depressing ending Thank you to Random House and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review The Clan (Play to Live escape 1911 Inside an asylum at the A Fools Paradise edge of the Yorkshire moors where men and women are kept apart by high walls and barred windows there is a ballroo. 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Ave summer of 1911 the end of the Edwardian era THE BALLROOM is a tale of unlikely love and dangerous obsession of madness and sanity and of who gets to decide which is which. Beautiful Simple Sincere Poetic What else can I say Just finished this lovely story 1911 Set over the heatwave summer of 1911 at the end of the Edwardian era The ballroom is a tale of unlikely love and dangerous obsession of madness and sanity and of who gets to decide which is whichInside an asylum at the edge of the Yorkshire moors where men and women are kept apart by high walls and barred windows there is a ballroom vast and beautiful For one bright evening a week they come together and dance When John and Ella meet it is a dance that will change two lives forever The story is told in chapters alternating between John Ella and Charles the doctor The doctor who turns out to be maybe insane than some of the inhabitants of the asylum spiraling down a dark and desperate road Beautiful writing poetic a romantic and tragic story A heartbreakerbeautiful More later andVery recommended The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy end of the Edwardian Complete Amber Sourcebook era THE BALLROOM is a tale of unlikely love and dangerous obsession of madness and sanity and of who gets to decide which is which. Beautiful Simple Sincere Poetic What Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet else can I say Just finished this lovely story 1911 Set over the heatwave summer of 1911 at the Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, end of the Edwardian Detective Wanda Wolfe era The ballroom is a tale of unlikely love and dangerous obsession of madness and sanity and of who gets to decide which is whichInside an asylum at the Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości edge of the Yorkshire moors where men and women are kept apart by high walls and barred windows there is a ballroom vast and beautiful For one bright Dreams of Glass evening a week they come together and dance When John and Ella meet it is a dance that will change two lives forever The story is told in chapters alternating between John Ella and Charles the doctor The doctor who turns out to be maybe insane than some of the inhabitants of the asylum spiraling down a dark and desperate road Beautiful writing poetic a romantic and tragic story A heartbreakerbeautiful More later andVery recommended

Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Anna Hope

M vast and beautiful For one bright evening every week they come together and dance When John and Ella meet It is a dance that will change two lives foreverSet over the heatw. I hate that this is overFor one day a week 2 hours on a Friday night both women and men who have been segregated in the asylum are brought together in the ballroom For one night they have the pleasure of listening to music and dancing as if they were normal Where for 2 hours they feel human They feel hope They feel a connection Until it s decided that it be stopped as an act of punishmentI loved the characters Ella in an act of defiance although recognized as deviance is imprisoned in the asylum John after losing his only daughter goes into a deep depression and he too is placed in this hospital for lunatics In the loneliness and madness that surrounds them they find each other and a romance blossoms until the rules change and their very existence is uestionedAnd dear Clem the avid reader who befriends Ella Charles the doctor whose initial beliefs on patient reform was well ahead of his time until his goodwill is not reciprocated and becomes diabolical and vengefulThis was an atmospheric and descriptive read While I was enraptured with the story it made my veins pulse The views of that time held by those who were considered intelligent just made my head spin And the epilogue well it just tore out my heart and left me feeling a little heavierA moving and memorable story Loved it 5