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I enjoyed reading about the lives of real women. No outlandish experiences just a good story of interesting lives. I have gone on to the other Quilters series books by this author and they are all enjoyable to read. The reading is fast and interesting. I wanted to see how the different characters were intertwined to complete the story. In every book I learned new things about quilting and history.
Publishers Weekly, 2005-08-29 Chiaverini, author of the Elm Creek Quilts novels, delivers a rich holiday tale that predates last year's Master Quilter, also set during the Christmas season. Sylvia Compson, n?e Bergstrom, 77, is determined to make it the dullest holiday ever at Elm Creek Manor, to which she returned, a year and a half ago, after 50 years of estrangement. Her Bergstrom relatives are gone; her memories of Christmas past are fraught. But young Sarah McClure, Sylvia's partner in the quilting camp that's brought Elm Creek back to life, wants to spend Christmas with Sylvia-and she wants it tinsel strewn. Home is here now, not with the mother who dislikes Sarah's husband, Matt. Sylvia reluctantly agrees to visit the trove of ornaments in the attic. As the women discover an unfinished Christmas quilt, a mixed bag of memories spills out along with the feathered star blocks: strudel making in the Depression; tree trimming during World War II, which claimed Sylvia's husband, brother and a baby born too soon because of her shock; memories of a sister, Claudia, who forfeits Sylvia's love until it's too late. Reconciliation and redemption: of course. But it's not won cheaply-there's no saccharine in this sweet story. Agent, Maria Massie. (Nov.) Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
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