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Bells of Avalon

Bells of Avalon Thrust into a limelight she never chose Katie s been paired with Danny for as long as she can remember Films roadshow tours and drugstore appearances war Hollywood can t seem to get enough of the s

  • Title: Bells of Avalon
  • Author: Libbet Bradstreet
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 249
  • Format: ebook
  • Thrust into a limelight she never chose, Katie s been paired with Danny for as long as she can remember Films, roadshow tours, and drugstore appearances war Hollywood can t seem to get enough of the sweetheart team They ll even fall in love one day But young love seldom survives the fog wake of Los Angeles a place of dreams and nightmares.

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    1. Dianne on said:

      Follow a thirty year love affair of epic proportions that never was. Youngsters caught up in the world of let’s pretend, both on screen and off, are the sweethearts of Hollywood, the darlings of the country and no one knew what went on when the lights went down, the cameras stopped rolling and they were left alone to learn to be “real”people. For Katie and Danny, the dreams of fame and fortune became their own personal nightmares from which they may never recover. Follow their haunting tal [...]

    2. Bree Lauren on said:

      ♥ Read the full review on my blog: In Love & Words ♥ Bells of Avalon was gorgeous and tragic with just a tiny glimmer of hope. This story has that softened, almost blurry feel of closeups in those movies from the 1950s and 60s, where everything is all gentle hues and violins. There is always that touch of sorrow in the romance… and that’s how this book felt to me.The writing was lyrical and stunning. I was easily swept away with the words and it makes me want to read more books by th [...]

    3. Diana on said:

      I'm a huge fan novels set in the 1950s. I was a little hesitant at first as I don't normally read a lot of indie books--but I was blown away by the quality of the writing 10-pages in. The writer does an amazing job of making you feel emotionally connected to the time period with all the concrete nostalgic details. The emotionality of the book spans from deep Hollywood glamour to the rugged emotional experience of the characters involved. I bonded so much with Katie as you're allowed to see what [...]

    4. Sarah on said:

      This book was ultimately disappointing to me. I looked forward to the time period and setting; I’ve read limited works from both. However, the story got very muddled very quickly and I couldn’t connect with the characters at all.The author does put forth an effort to bring her world to life, with some success. It was interesting to see the lives of the child stars in different stages of their lives, both professionally and personally. The struggle to keep the personal as such and still put f [...]

    5. Bonnie on said:

      This is a haunting tale about the vulnerability and sexual exploitation of a child actor in 1940s Hollywood and throughout this ambitious storyline runs a deep, uneasy sense of inevitability. Using skilful narration and recurring motifs, the author describes the fractured childhood and adult years of Katie Webb and the troubled relationship with her lifelong friend, Daniel. Through a series of flawed memories, crossed purposes and fragile threads teased from her childhood, Katie struggles to mak [...]

    6. TERRI DURAN on said:

      Not an easy to read book. The main story line is good. What was it like to be a starlet back in the day. The difficulty is following the story through all the description and back and forth. Hopefully the next book will be a little less difficult to read. I want to read more of her work because the story was good. Time will tell.

    7. Evie on said:

      I very much appreciated how the author has an intellectual style of description that a 'thinking' reader is enticed by. Her words and sentences seem playful and leave the reader with sensations of being emotionally tantalized. The novel drew me in and kept me there. I could hardly put it down and the experience of it continues to haunt me.

    8. Sumitra on said:

      Really enjoyed this. The writing style is a bit atypical, sort of imaginatively stylistic it took me awhile to get into the action. The first two chapters feel like you're just dropped in without any anchors to time or setting. That was confusing at first, but I'm glad I stuck through as things get interesting when Katie and Danny's relationship develops in a romantic way. Their affair makes for an unconventional yet intriguing take on young love as they dip from childhood rivalry to adult passi [...]

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