Charlotte Bingham
To Hear a Nightingale
February 23, 2019 Comments.. 114
To Hear a Nightingale Brought up in small town USA by a grandmother who despises her Cassie McGann s childhood is one of misery and rejection Fleeing to New York she falls in love with handsome Irish racehorse trainer Ty

  • Title: To Hear a Nightingale
  • Author: Charlotte Bingham
  • ISBN: 9780553818420
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
  • Brought up in small town USA by a grandmother who despises her, Cassie McGann s childhood is one of misery and rejection Fleeing to New York, she falls in love with handsome Irish racehorse trainer Tyrone Rosse, and when he marries her and takes her back to Clare, his tumbledown mansion in Ireland, she is happy at last.Passionately in love as she is, Cassie can t helpBrought up in small town USA by a grandmother who despises her, Cassie McGann s childhood is one of misery and rejection Fleeing to New York, she falls in love with handsome Irish racehorse trainer Tyrone Rosse, and when he marries her and takes her back to Clare, his tumbledown mansion in Ireland, she is happy at last.Passionately in love as she is, Cassie can t help but find the all male world of Horseracing rather lonely Yet there is much for her to learn, not least about the man she has married Tyrone s success depends heavily on the whims of wealthy horse owners, men and women whose demands are high And Cassie must learn to endure the enmity of one in particular, who comes out of her buried past determined to destroy her.When tragedy strikes, it seems that Cassie must once again face rejection and lose her hard won security But although the chances of success are slim and the cost in personal happiness considerable, she fights against all odds to survive in a world closed against her.

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    1 Blog on “To Hear a Nightingale

    1. Clare O'Beara says:

      This book centres around a young woman who makes an enemy of a rich girl at her posh school and rather stupidly there is a continuous running struggle for one to outdo the other, as though a poor girl could ever really be a part of the rich girl's circle. Snobs keep to their own sort. The poor girl doesn't seem to be the brightest or is just naive, and is easily manipulated into a scene involving a groom.Anyway there are horses galore as later on they each own or train racehorses. Year after yea [...]

    2. Alma says:

      One of the books I remember reading as a teenager. Remember staying up all night to finish it.

    3. Elina Belova says:

      This is a special book. I lived with the book through a significant period of my life. With finishing the book, I have closed my own chapter as well. I wouldn't recommend the book, nor I found the story exciting or bright. But there are life moments when this book suits well.

    4. Panthère Rousse says:

      Par hasard, à cause de la proximité alphabétique, en regardant une fois de plus les Maeve Binchy à la bibliothèque, je me suis retrouvée avec ce livre. Je l'ai lu jusqu'à la fin, mais j'ai failli sauter des bouts. Je ne le recommande qu'aux amateurs de romances et aux maniaques de chevaux et de courses de chevaux. Je lis assez bien l'anglais normalement, mais j'avoue que le vocabulaire me manquait dans un domaine que je ne connais pas du tout.Si vous êtes prêt(e) à aimer un livre où u [...]

    5. Elīna Zviedre says:

      Oh, dear. This giant was insufferable and boring. The reason I gave it 3 stars instead of 2, was that there were some things that I found quite enjoyable. But most of them were just so silly and predictable, that I wanted this book to end so bad. Too many horses, not enough of the characters. I felt completely detached from their emotions, and I didn't really care if someone died. Because it just wasn't even remotely sad or upsetting in any way. Even the villain was annoying, which doesn't happe [...]

    6. Sue says:

      Cassie has a miserable childhood, brought up by a grandmother who despises her. But she finds friends at school and eventually falls in love.Her life is full of ups and downs, with some very striking moments and unexpected twists to the plot. I liked it more than I expected to, and felt the ending was nicely rounded.

    7. Maya Kabbara says:

      This book was one heck of a roller coaster of emotions;on one chapter I found myself laughing uncontrollably, and on another I was an emotional wreckIt's truly touching and I constantly catch myself daydreaming about it❤️

    8. Lamis says:

      One of the best romatic books i've read when I was a teenager.

    9. Jo says:

      found the book interesting. lots of talk of horses. got extremely frustrated at the lack of parenting!

    10. Kristi says:

      Satisfyingly long. But you better like horseracing! I learned more than I probably wanted.

    11. Andy Plonka says:

      A sort of sweet love story that was way too long. I would not have finished it but for the bits about horse racing and training horses.

    12. Cathy says:

      This was the first book I read that actually made me sob, in public, on a train!!!! Just loved it - one of Ms Bingham's best - Keeper - to be read again and again (with tissues).

    13. Lauren says:

      One of the first "adult" books I read as a kid - I must be feeling nostalgic.

    14. Shirley says:

      another reread.

    15. Lorna Lake says:

      I did not want this book to end so kept reading the last chapter even though I was distraught. In my top 10.

    16. Jennifer Aiello says:

      Really enjoyed this book and found myself often not wanting to put it down. Am going on to the sequel next.

    17. Ladan F says:

      this book was excellent,I just couldn't put it downry exciting,very emotional at times.you can't wait to turn the page

    18. Elsa says:

      Love, love, loved it. Could not put the book down.

    19. Helen says:

      This was the first proper novel I read. My sons middle name is Tyrone after Cassies husband :)

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