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ISBN:
075510899X
Author:
Winston Graham
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
House of Stratus (October 2002)
Pages:
553 pages
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1848 kb
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1676 kb
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1998 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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Winston Graham is the author of more than 40 novels, among them Cordelia, Marnie, Stephanie, and The Walking Stick. Book 10 of the 12 book Poldark series. A continuation of the main story lines from Books 7 - 9 that resolves most (but not all!) of the story lines from those books.

Winston Graham is the author of more than 40 novels, among them Cordelia, Marnie, Stephanie, and The Walking Stick. Series: The Poldark Saga (Book 10). Paperback: 590 pages. The book is aptly named, and some of the main characters make life changing decisions as they move on with their lives.

LOVING CUP. A Novel of Cornwall, 1813–1815. To Max, Dominic and Anthea. We are talking of Jeremy Poldark, my love,’ Geoffrey Charles told Amadora. As you know, he is my cousin, Ross and Demelza’s eldest child. Jeremy is twenty-two, Clowance is nineteen; then there is Isabella-Rose, who is about eleven, and now, quite by surprise, Henry, who is only half a year ol.

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The Loving Cup is the tenth novel in Winston Graham's hugely popular Poldark series, and continues the story after the fifth TV series, which has become a television phenomenon starring Aidan Turner. A silver cup lies half-forgotten in a dank cave, amongst a pile of stolen goods. Yet the tiny vessel and its inscription Amor gignit amorem haunts the lives of the still-feuding Poldark and Warleggan families, as Ross, Demelza and the ambitious and powerful Sir George Warleggan watch their children make the decisions that will shape their destinies.

Poldark is a series of historical novels by Winston Graham, published from 1945 to 1953 and continued from 1973 to 2002

Poldark is a series of historical novels by Winston Graham, published from 1945 to 1953 and continued from 1973 to 2002. The series comprises 12 novels: the first seven are set in the 18th century, concluding in Christmas 1799; the remaining five are concerned with the early years of the 19th century and the lives of the descendants of the previous novels' main characters. Graham wrote the first four Poldark books during the 1940s and 1950s

Winston Graham was an English author who wrote the Poldark novels. Graham was born at 66 Langdale Road, Victoria, Manchester, England on 30 June 1908.

Winston Graham was an English author who wrote the Poldark novels. He had pneumonia as a child and was educated at a local day school. When he was 17, Graham moved to Perranporth, Cornwall where he would live for another fourty years. He had wanted to be an author since a young age, and was supported financially by his mother when his father died, while he tried to get his work published.

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Poldark - The Power of Poldark. Just a bit of admin stuff - while this page is primarily about the work of Winston Graham, we are thrilled that the television series is bringing so many people to the Poldark novels, just like the original series did for so many of us in the 70s. We encourage you to read the books - but out of respect for those who are perhaps not readers or who simply haven't read the books, could we respectfully ask that you refrain from posting spoilers here or at least post a spoiler warning at the to. e will delete any posts with deliberate spoilers.

The Loving Cup is the tenth novel in Winston Graham's sweeping series of Cornwall, Poldark. Yet the tiny vessel and its inscription Amor gignit amorem haunts the lives of the still-feuding Poldark and Warleggan families, as Ross, Demelza and the ambitious and powerful Sir George Warleggan watch their children make the decisions that will shape their destinies

Winston Graham sequence: 'Ross Poldark' 'Demelza' 'Jeremy Poldark' 'Warleggan' 'The Black Moon' 'The Four Swans' 'The Angry Tide' 'The Stranger from the Sea' 'The Miller's Dance' 'The Loving Cup' 'The Twisted Sword' 1815 'Bella Poldark'.

Winston Graham sequence: 'Ross Poldark' 'Demelza' 'Jeremy Poldark' 'Warleggan' 'The Black Moon' 'The Four Swans' 'The Angry Tide' 'The Stranger from the Sea' 'The Miller's Dance' 'The Loving Cup' 'The Twisted Sword' 1815 'Bella Poldark'. Winston Graham equence Title Years Included First Published 1 Ross Poldark.

  • Naa
Cue TV detective music--"Dun Dun Duuuun!" That was this book! No mines caving in or fortunes lost, but plenty of surprises of a milder nature.

Why are Clement Pope's last words "Whore"? Will Jeremy, Stephen, and Paul fall into George's trap and be caught for their robbery? Is there a woman capable of capturing Valentine's heart? Will the bloody wars ever end? Which of her suitors will Clowance choose?

There is still plenty of Ross and Demelza mining, gardening, politicking and loving. Still plenty of Warleggan scheming. But there is also Music Thomas and his clumsy attempts to woo the love of his life, Stephen Carrington and his shipping, and a Poldark's return to Trenwith (Geoffrey Charles still holds his childhood dream of hiring Drake to oversee the house). Of the "second generation" portion of this series, this has been my favorite so far.
  • Use_Death
I couldn't wait to get the next Poldark book. However, after reading the first few books, suddenly I found my much loved characters had jumped ahead 10 years, with no explanation. I was left hanging as to what happened to the character's heart- stopping situations. As much as I loved the Poldarks and couldn't get enough of them, I found the opposite true with the grown up children. Graham makes two unlikable love interests for Jeremy and Clowance. Just when you sigh relief that they won't work out, Graham puts them together! I read the last chapter just to see if it was a false alarm, but it wasn't. So, I'm not even finishing the books; I'm done with the series. Graham was phenomenal with the first few books, but he should've ended them before he jumped ahead a decade. I left the reading with much dissatisfaction and frustration. Now I'm on to finding a less foolish book series.
  • Miromice
I have loved these books. They are even better than the wonderful TV series. Graham Winston's writing is beautiful and describes the country side, climate, and the residents in a way that brings the reader vividly into the time period and region. The characters lives are compelling and I couldn't wait to learn what would happen next in their lives. I especially enjoy books in which the author has really researched the locale, customs, speech, social structure, etc. of another time, place, lifestyle, or profession and through the medium of an interesting tale allows me the benefit of all that rigorous research.
  • Rgia
Graham writes a genre that I classify as Romantic Historical Thriller Fiction, if there is such a thing. I have read the previous 10 novels and have been hooked. I really enjoy the language used along with the way that Winston Graham sets the scene for each of the ongoing dramas that occur. I will read the next 2 in the series and will be disappointed when I get to the end! I will probably read other works by Graham as his style of writing really appeals to me.
  • Ƀ⁞₳⁞Ð Ƀ⁞Ǿ⁞Ɏ
This is the tenth novel in a series of twelve well-written novels of Cornwall and the Poldark family. This one covers the years 1813 to 1815. The novel maintains authenticity of time and place throughout, and the characters continue to be fully fleshed and well developed. Moreover, the story segues seamlessly from the previous novel. The author is simply a consummate storyteller.

These later novels are much more inclusive of the grown Poldark children. In this book, Geoffrey Charles returns home from the Napoleonic wars with a surprise. Clowance has a change of heart about something over which she has vacillated Jeremy decides, once again, to throw caution to the winds, when seeking his heart's desire. Valentine Warleggan (or could it be Poldark) defies his father, George, upsetting his father's apple cart and setting the stage for estrangement. Ross and Demelza can only sit back and let the young follow their destinies.

This is a wonderful novel, one that will keep the reader riveted and turning the pages till the very end. Those readers with a fondness for historical fiction will love this series of books.
  • Dianalmeena
Can't get enough of this series! Chapter 10 is the ultimate love story. Oh Jeremy and Cuby...you broke my heart, tore it from my chest, only to give it back to me in a thousand beautiful pieces that reminded me how precious life and love are. Reminiscing for my own true love. In truth reviving that profoundly tender, passionate affection for him. And grieving for all the lost passions and innocence of my youth.

Thank You Winston Graham!
  • Samugul
I loved the reference to Pride and Prejudice. This book continues to unfold the lives of Rods and Demelzas offspring. I love how the author keeps us engaged with the original Poldarks but manages to equally engage us with the characters of their children and their relationships.
Poldark Series are wonderful. Only problem is I had difficulty at times determining who's voice was who's character. Since the a man is doing the narrating, the women seem to sound like the men and they all seem to sound like Ross if they are related to The Poldarks. But well worth the purchase of this wonderful series.