EBOOK / KINDLE (The Haunting of Charity Delafield) by Ian Beck

  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • The Haunting of Charity Delafield
  • Ian Beck
  • English
  • 16 March 2020
  • 9780370332109

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The Haunting of Charity Delafield Summary  108 Ide world or of her own family's shadowy past What she does know is that she is NEVER to go outside unsupervised And she is NEVER to over excite herself because of the mysterious 'condition' that she has been told she suffers fromBut Charity ha. Beautiful cover Story awkwardly stitched common place narrative and awkward dialogues

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The Haunting of Charity Delafield Summary  108 Flame haired Charity Delafield has grown up in a vast isolated house most of which she is forbidden to explore with her fiercely strict father With only her kindly nurse Rose and her cat Mr Tompkins for company she knows very little of the outs. This book is beautiful and magical The beginning is strange but it unfolds into a beautiful fairy tale I highly recommend it

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The Haunting of Charity Delafield Summary  108 S a secret All her life she has had the same strange dream a dream of a dark corridor hidden somewhere in the house Then one day Charity stumbles across the corridor It leads to a door and suddenly she realises things are not uite what they see. The Haunting of Charity Delafield is a beautiful book with fairytale like ualities which make is a completely charming read right from the first word through to the very last I enjoyed it thoroughlyFrom the very outset you fall straight in love with Charity as a character who is essentially a very lonely little girl having spent her entire life living within the confines of the grounds of a giant house half of which is locked up and out of bounds talking to no one except the house keeping staff employed by her Father Therefore her view on the world as she sees it is uite uniue One morning she is told by her father that she will shortly be sent to live at a boarding school near Cromer on the North Norfolk Coast for her education which throws her entirely On a totally geeky note I loved the idea that there was a castle esue boarding school near Cromer in this book I want it to be built tomorrow and move inThe main story finally starts after two events The first is when she meets a mysterious old lady at the fence of her house who gives her a cryptic message to do with Charity s Mother whom she has been lead to believe is dead and the second is when she finds a key that opens part of the house that has been out of bounds as long as Charity can remember In there she finds an ultra creepy cot with a pair of scissors dangling over directly over it a strange diary and a portrait of her mother This leads her to a series of events which leads her on a uest to find out about her mysterious and absent mother which she has to do in secret so not to anger her very strict fatherAll the characters you meet along the way are interesting for a whole variety of reasons and well written and I enjoyed meeting all of them but I particularly liked the relationship Charity built up with her first ever friend SilasThe ending of the book which I don t want to give much away about went in a completely different direction than what I ever thought it was going to take which was fantastic as I often find books can be entirely too predictable which this wasn tDefinitely a book I would recommend to others as it is a charming well written and beautifully fairtale esue