Small Dark Man

Small Dark ManBest Books, Small Dark Man By Maurice Walsh This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Small Dark Man, Essay By Maurice Walsh Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Oh, the story s really simple but somehow I like it Maybe because of the characters. This book came in a gift subscription to Bookishly where I got a vintage paperback and packet of coffee every month fantastic idea It s rather an odd one As there are few reviews I shall briefly describe it.The story opens with Hugh, an eccentric young Irishman described about 500 times as being small I m not sure why this makes any difference bumping into a young couple as they re about to cross a cairn in Scotland and receiving instructions on the best route from the local post office owner Hugh then chats to him and also sets off towards the cairn, as he is headed that way to visit his good friend Charles at his home Hugh runs across the young couple later, who aren t really a couple or are they but Charles s sister Frances Mary and their cousin Vivian Stark Eventually they get to their destination and what I can only describe as a love pentagon ensues, involving all four of the already mentioned characters and Allison I m not sure why she s there as I don t think Walsh ever explains.My main question was why did Frances Mary need instructions on how to walk 16 miles to her home, where she has clearly lived most of her life A few other things that troubled me follow For example, if Hugh and Charles are such great friends described than once as David and Jonathan , why can t Hugh just tell Charles the truth about his feelings for Allison Why on earth is Hugh so fixated on red headed wom
I read this because I inherited it from my grandmother, amoung many other books It didn t take long, at only 304 pages with rather big words, I moved through it at quite a speed.It was a strange one, because at the start every single important character is described in great detail and yet for some reason i found it didn t really help me visualise the characters It was a little cumbersome, but I kept with it.By the end, I felt like I had read a very long short story, and something that could easily have been kept shorter and interesting Another issue I had was that I felt the ending was really very obvious However, I m not entirely sure that is the fault of the book itself, and from the fact that I m used to reading complex books with several storylines running at once, whereas this is pretty much a one storyline book.It centres around the meeting of Hugh Forbes and Frances Mary Hugh has come to scotland from ireland to find himself a beautiful redheaded girl In doing so, he runs into Frances Mary, who is in love with a man called charles but is known as Vivian Hugh and Vivian don t get along and hugh ends up breaking vivian s collar bone Hugh later meets a friend of Frances Mary s, a lovely redhead called Allison He believes he will fall for her, as she is a redhead, but soon finds he is falling for Frances Mary.This is a nice romance tale, nothing too heavy or hardgoing, and I d say just the kind of book you can imagine reading sitting back in a rocking chair
This author writes great stories with vivid backdrops Head to the Scottish Highlands and meet Hugh Forbes, a black haired Irishman who is a swash buckler Hugh meets Frances Mary, and discovers life and love but he also finds himself in a battle with Vivian Stark. It s really a simple matchmaking love story at heart but Maurice Walsh s scottish setting is so beautifully rendered it becomes nearly as breathtaking as the real thing Scottish Highlands Some gorgeous writing raises