Falconer s Lure This third book in the series follows the Marlow family during their summer holidays after the twins first year at Kingscote School

  • Title: Falconer's Lure
  • Author: Antonia Forest
  • ISBN: 9781904417033
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Paperback
  • This third book in the series follows the Marlow family during their summer holidays, after the twins first year at Kingscote School.

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    One thought on “Falconer's Lure”

    1. One of my favourites of the holiday books in this series. I just think all the incidents bring out character interaction really nicely. Moments when characters shot themselves in the foot and moments when I felt a sudden rush of affection for them. Forest always seems to have this slightly odd balance between emotional sensitivity and understanding of people's weaknesses and a kind of support of quite vehement repression. I bristled at the father, in a follow-up comment to the traumatic adventur [...]

    2. Falconer's Lure, recently reprinted by Girls Gone By Press, fills in a lot of the gaps that confused me as a child reading Antonia Forest's Kingscote books; how the Marlows seemed to live a long way from the school at first, and then much closer, and who Patrick was, and why he only appeared later on, and where the hawks came from. It's a much more "typical" children's holiday story than The Marlows and the Traitor, or indeed Peter's Room which I finally read a couple of years ago, with a loose [...]

    3. I had this book from the library dozens of times as a child, and for many years all my family members knew that if they ever saw a copy in a charity or second-hand book shop, they were to buy it immediately. And then, once again, thank heavens for GGB.An excellent story, beautifully told, about families and friendships, and triumphs and disasters. And hawks.

    4. Somehow not as entertaining as the first couple of Marlow books. Falcon stuff was all a bit tedious and the plot wandered off somewhere else that wasn't as interesting as the falcon stuff anyway.

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