Margaret Kennedy Reading Week

Are you joining in Margaret Kennedy Reading Week? All the info you need is here on Fleur Fisher Reads, and it’s all very exciting. I’d thought I would read Red Sky at Morning, because I started it months ago, but instead I read Kennedy’s final novel – The Forgotten Smile, published in 1961.

It has just been reissued by Vintage Books, along with a whole bunch of other Kennedy titles (some of them POD) and I read it for Shiny New Books – so I’m going to point you over there. (And I actually did finish it this week – on Sunday afternoon.) I’ll just say that she does such interesting things with chronology, and it works – and her characters are brilliantly realised. Read on…

So… are you joining in Margaret Kennedy Reading Week?

4 thoughts on “Margaret Kennedy Reading Week

  • October 9, 2014 at 6:28 pm
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    Why not? I have two choices from my library: The Constant Nymph or The Ladies of Lyndon. Which should I choose?

    • October 9, 2014 at 6:33 pm
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      I've not actually read either of them, but the former is definitely her most famous, so that could be interesting…

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