Summary The Whip 107

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characters Ó eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Catherine Cookson Wards Her earliest memories were of life with one of the many traveling shows part fair and part circus that toured the shires at the dawn of the Victorian era But It the age of seven she found herself an orphan who in accordance with her Spanish father's dying wishes must now leave the warm and friendly community to live with an unknown English grandmother far to the north in Country Durham With her.

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Summary The Whip 107 æ ➯ The Whip Read ➸ Author Catherine Cookson – Tushna-hram.ru Someone had once told Emma Molinero that she was made for trouble and certainly it had dogged her steps from childhood onwards Her earliest memories were of life with one of the many traveling shows p Someone had once told Emma Molinero that she was made for trouble a The Whip Read Author Catherine Cookson Tushna hram.ru Someone had once told Emma Molinero that she was made for trouble and certainly it had dogged her steps from childhood onwards Her earliest memories were of life with one of the many traveling shows p Someone had once told Emma Molinero that she was made for trouble and certainly it had dogged her steps from childhood on.

Summary The Whip 107 Catherine Cookson was born in Tyne Dock the illegitimate daughter of a poverty stricken woman Kate who Catherine believed was her older sister Catherine began work in service but eventually moved south to Hastings where she met and married Tom Cookson a local grammar school master Although she was originally acclaimed as a regional writer her novel The Round Tower won the Winifred Holtby.

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The WhipShe took The Whips and knives used with such dexterity by her father for his act and for which she had an inherited skill a strange legacy that would play a significant part in shaping Emma's destiny Spanning the middle decades of the nineteenth century The Whip is one Of Catherine Cookson's most powerful novels rich in character and incident and featuring Emma as one of her most endearing heroine.

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  • Sarah Mac

    Summary The Whip 107 The WhipAfter some consideration I've settled on a single word to summarize The Whip SUFFERING This isn't necessarily a negative Suffering in The Whip is primarily meant to affirm the justice of deserved rewards karma you might say The ultimate triumph is love ie how Emma has suffered so much shit that it's a miracle she has the will to feel love toward another personThe novel opens with Emma's father on his deathbed Despite the loving care of the rest of their traveling troupe he's determined to send Emma to her maternal grandmother Emma's journey between the circus the farm brings her into contact with a young clergyman named Henry who is also traveling to an unknown future as he starts his first pastoral job Though Emma is 7 Henry is 24 they are immediately drawn to one ano


  • Jane Greene

    Summary The Whip 107 The WhipEmmaorphaned at age 7 the product of a loving mother and Spanish born carnival performer is the central character Her only remaining memory is of the mastery of the whip and throwing of knives that her father used in his performance She soon finds herself shipped off to her Granny her father's dying wish where she hopes to find a loving family It uickly becomes clear that the life her Granny leads does not provide time for expressions of love She works hard on the farm longs for the few times when her Granny expresses her love and lives for her visits with the Parson and his friend Ralph an artist Emma finds herself falling in love with the Parson and he with her but they are separated by a 20year difference in age and circumstance Her life is full of hardships and yet the book did not depress me as I saw a fighting spirit in her that I knew would eventually lead to her freedom versus obligation Catherine Cookson


  • Shirley Revill

    Summary The Whip 107 The WhipStorytelling at it's best recommended


  • Sandi *~The Pirate Wench~*

    Summary The Whip 107 The WhipI just don't know how to ratereview this oneIf your looking for a historical romance this isn't it If your looking for a Heroine that rises above all that is thrown at herwell yes you'll get that but be prepared she goes through hell and backthroughout the whole bookThis was a very dark disturbing what the hell else can happen to her readLuke


  • Tom Hooker

    Summary The Whip 107 The WhipSomeone had once told Emma Molinero that she was made for trouble and certainly it had dogged her steps from childhood onwards Her earliest memories were of life with one of the many traveling shows part fair and part circus that toured the shires at the dawn of the Victorian era But It the age of seven she found herself an orphan who in accordance with her Spanish father's dying wishes must now leave the warm and friendly community to live with an unknown English grandmother far to the north in Country Durham With her she took the whips and knives used with such dexterity by her father for his act and for which she had an inherited skill a strange legacy that would play a significant part in shaping Emma's destiny Spanning the middle decades of the nineteenth century The Whip is one Of Catherine Cookson's most powerful novels rich in character and incident and featuring Emma as one of her most endearing heroines


  • Rosalind

    Summary The Whip 107 The Whipn the 80's this story was part of a reader's digest condensed book I lost the book years ago and since I was a teen when I read it I forgot the name of the author and the title of the book I only remembered the plot After some searching I was glad I found this gem I finished reading it in less than a week I had to go to work can't read all day I love this book Emma suffering was epic and I felt one of her enemies deserved a few cracks of the whip Even though I loved the book I did not like it when Emma's suffering hit an unnecessary level of brutality Even with that being said the late great Catherine Cookson's The Whip i


  • Michelle Conn

    Summary The Whip 107 The WhipThe first Catherine Cookson book I ever read and the one that introduced me to my love of her books


  • Bonnie Gleckler Clark

    Summary The Whip 107 The WhipLife is for the living Though she knows nothing of it at the beginning of this story Emma Molinari will have uite a life After loosing both her Mother and then a few years later her father she is sent away to live with her maternal Grandmother The only items Emma has to take with her are the knives and whips her father use in his circus act Emma’s granny lives in a small cottage on a farm and works there as if she is a indentured slave Life on the Yorkless Far


  • Daniel

    Summary The Whip 107 The WhipWell I was a bit let down The story dwelt on the unhappiness and sorrow and drudgery of Emma's life and when it finally had a chance for some happiness the book ended I thought I wa


  • Lili

    Summary The Whip 107 The WhipI read all of Catherine Cookson's books some years ago and enjoyed them immensley I recently re read all of them and find that on a second look I found them all so very predictable and was rather disappointed However I'm sure that it is my tastes that have changed not the calibre of her story telling