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Realms of Glory: Reviews
I have loved Catherine Fox's Lindchester books and eagerly awaited each new book in the series. This final volume follows the characters we've come to know so well through the traumas of 2016 to a satisfactory and deeply moving conclusion, where most of the loose ends are tied up and somehow (in spite of everything) all is well.But I still feel bereft that there will be no more Lindchester books to look forward to!
Though I know little about Church of England hierarchy and politics, I enjoy this series of books. They are written in a refreshingly direct way, sometimes shockingly so, making me laugh out loud as few books do.
Having raced through the first two books in this trilogy, I suddenly became aware that I really didn’t want these books to end. This is the kind of series that I could happily read forever, and never really tire of the characters or their tales. However, as all good things must come to an end, at least it was a satisfyingly hilarious, suspenseful and entertaining one. These books coloured cold January evenings with their warmth and humour, and I shall very much miss them now that they are over. Highly recommended for anybody looking for a relaxing, comedic and involved read.
An amusing and sometimes thought provoking take on 2016, from the perspective of a Cathedral Close the fact that it was written "live" during the year gave it an extra frisson of the author genuinely not knowing what was going to happen next. It took me a while to get into as there are quite a lot of characters and the author expected us to remember all about them from the previous books.
I was sorry to hear that there will not be any more Lindchester Chronicles after this one.
This is the third and final book in Catherine Fox's marvellous Lindchester series. It is the darkest of the three but there are still plenty of amusing bits and marvellous one liners and descriptions. I have just re-read the first two books - Acts and Omissions and Unseen Things Above - to refresh my memory about the characters and I really enjoyed reading all three books back to back.How is the new Bishop getting on? Will Matt become the next Bishop of Barcup and how will Jane feel being Mrs Bishop if that happens? Can Freddy May really settle down and be happy at last? How are Father Ed and the wayward Neil and what about 'Father' Wendy and the three legged greyhound -Pedro? I really feel as though I know these people having just spent three books with them. I also feel rather differently about the Church of England but not in a bad way. There are plenty of good things about the Church revealed in the books.Is there too much about politics and terrorism? Maybe but also the various catastrophes of 2016 provide a solid background for the lives of the characters in this book. Here are people with all their human fallibilities struggling with the big events of life including love, death and birth. Sometimes they fail disastrously but more often than not they turn out to be pure gold and the reader's faith in the essential good in human nature is restored - or at least this reader's faith was restored.I cried tears of laughter and tears of sadness over this book just as I did over the first two. They are definitely among my favourite books and will be re-read frequently.