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A black sheep of the family connected with a scandal long buried But through the pieced together artefacts from the past a fuller picture emerges of a man torn between two persona. Every aspect of Troy Chimneys its prose its characters its well researched look into regency era England its exploration of the difference between a politician s public and private faces are absolutely fantastic with the exception of its plot Troy Chimneys has no overarching plot It in some sense reads like a memoir of someone who never actually existed The segments are very episodic plot points run their course in twenty pages only to be replaced with entirely different ones and Kennedy s choice of ending while definitely stolen from the Russian school lacks the punch of similar endings in Lermontov and Pushkin through lack of proper build up Finally I found the choice of fr The Homelanders (The Homelanders, researched look into Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. regency era England its exploration of the difference between a politician s public and private faces are absolutely fantastic with the exception of its plot Troy Chimneys has no overarching plot It in some sense Burning Attraction reads like a memoir of someone who never actually existed The segments are very episodic plot points The Numbers Game run their course in twenty pages only to be Tall man riding. replaced with entirely different ones and Kennedy s choice of ending while definitely stolen from the Russian school lacks the punch of similar endings in Lermontov and Pushkin through lack of proper build up Finally I found the choice of fr

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Lities Miles serious studious and penniless and 'Pronto' flirt political mover and eternal 'extra man' Miles longs to dispose of his disreputable alter ego but that way lies calami. This is a novel that I would rescue from a burning building I think it is utterly superb and not nearly well enough known The hero is Miles Lufton a popular but impoverished gentleman whose survival depends on his usefulness as a politician and smoother of paths He plays his part to perfection as Pronto the indispensable man about town and general fixer but all along he yearns to retire to the country and leave his life of mild deception and bad faith behind but how can he honestly come by the resources to realise his dream No spoilers read it and love it This is my full review on Vulpes Libris The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory rescue from a burning building I think it is utterly superb and not nearly well enough known The hero is Miles Lufton a popular but impoverished gentleman whose survival depends on his usefulness as a politician and smoother of paths He plays his part to perfection as Pronto the indispensable man about town and general fixer but all along he yearns to The Big Golden Book of Poetry retire to the country and leave his life of mild deception and bad faith behind but how can he honestly come by the Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, realise his dream No spoilers Homewrecker review on Vulpes Libris

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A Victorian gentleman is forced by illness to entertain himself with the family archive and he uncovers the Regency era correspondence and diaries of one Miles Lufton MP apparently. An historical novel Troy Chimneys is set in Regency England it concerns the two different sides of one man s personality Miles Lufton MP is a self made politician He comes from a large loving family His father an Anglican priest his mother seemingly loved and respected by all Miles is a second son so needs to make his own way in the world and has been doing a pretty fair job of it Miles appreciates the countryside around him he is a reliable trustworthy young man often driven to rail against injustices happy in the company of a local farmer the humble friend of his childhood However increasingly Miles feels that he is in fact two men Miles Lufton and his alter ego ProntoFul


10 thoughts on “Troy Chimneys

  1. says:

    Miles Lufton is a rising MP in Regency England with excellent prospects but he lives a double life of sorts one side of him is Pronto the energetic rake who thrives in the political scene while the Miles side longs for a uiet life at his country house Troy Chimneys The period detail and voice are excellent and Miles' split personality is beautifully done along with his bittersweet romance I really really liked

  2. says:

    I ran across this book in a used book store a few years ago and picked it up on a whim because I love British books especially those either written or set in the 19th century the Regency era is a bonus I think this is a genuine forgotten classic Beautiful book extraordinarily well written the main characters of Miles and the woma

  3. says:

    An historical novel Troy Chimneys is set in Regency England it concerns the two different sides of one man’s personality Miles Lufton MP is a self made politician He comes from a large loving family His father an Anglican priest his mother seemingly loved and respected by all Miles is a second son so needs to make his own way in the world and has been doing a pretty fair job of it Miles appreciates the countryside around him h

  4. says:

    Every aspect of Troy Chimneys its prose its characters its well researched look into regency era England its expl

  5. says:

    Absolutely brilliant book Was recommended by the blacklisted Podcast as the best historical fiction novel of the 20th century Not sur

  6. says:

    I didn't enjoy this one as much as I thought I would it's still worth reading though I would have liked to have given it 35httpspiningforthewestcouk20180

  7. says:

    What an unusual way to present this story The heart of the book is the memoir and the transformative nature of the remembering uite haunting and charming I’m charmed by Margaret Kennedy

  8. says:

    This is a novel that I would rescue from a burning building I think it is utterly superb and not nearly well enough known The hero is Miles Lufton a popular but impoverished gentleman whose survival depends on his usefulness as a politician and smoother of paths He plays his part to perfection as Pronto the indispensable m

  9. says:

    I loved the structure of this book – diary entries framed by correspondence between the inheritors of the papers and the descendants of the diarist's family – but the story and characters left me cold Miles Lofton has redeeming features but 'Pronto' the part he plays to those who might support his political career just didn't work for me The book didn't shy away from its inevitable tragic ending but I can't help feeling it needed somet

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    See my review here

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