Scarlet Feather [Maeve Binchy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Two friends struggle to balance their personal and professional lives in. Two friends struggle to balance their personal and professional lives in this charming novel from acclaimed author Maeve Binchy. They met in cooking school. Drama, humour, warmth and wonderful characters – vintage Binchy. Cathy Scarlet and Tom Feather have decided to create the best catering company in Dublin.
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They face unexcited in-laws and partners who just don’t understand.
Isn’t is all just sooo amazing? The passages about the American exiles fell flat. Some of her later novels, such as Evening Classtake place in more modern times.
Some people might have found all the stories about Tom and Cathy’s catering jobs boring, but I really enjoyed reading about them, seeing how their company had successes I have read three Maeve Binchy books so far – Tara Road, Quentin’s, and Scarlet Feather.
Mar 22, Georgie rated it it was amazing. Scarlet Feather is a novel by the Irish author Maeve Binchy.
There are times that the book drug a bit, but overall, I enjoyed it. Be the first to discover new talent!
This is one of many Maeve Binchy books that I have read. Cathy, who comes from a large working class family, is married to Neil Mitchell, a civil rights attorney from a wealthy family and Tom, also from a working class background, is living with Marcella, a manicurist looking to be binchh model.
Maeve always manages to create characters that I like and bunchy to know what happens to them. Although there are several characters, the main one, Cathy, is the focal point. I think I might have feathee able to enjoy this book a bit if it wasn’t so completely serious.
Maeve always manages to create characters that I like and want t This is easy listening at its best – perfect for accompanying dreary chores and Christmas prep!
Overall, I enjoyed this book and was left thinking about the characters for ages afterwards. I am between 3 and 4 stars for this one but rounding up to 4 for sentimentality for Binchy and the foodie presence.
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Refresh and try again. Another entertaining naeve of contemporary Ireland with a big gathering of representative types—the feater, the lonely, the unhappy—whose lives connect as two chefs start a catering business and cope with crises in work and love. Further suggestions might be found on the article’s talk page. Set over a period of one year, Scarlet Feather is a novel featuring Cathy Scarlet and Tom Feather, who open a catering company together.
Binchy excels at writing ensemble pi 3.
The ending of course, where two people sit together in silent understanding. I liked reading about the challenges they faced and how much effort they all exerted to keep the business going. Set in contemporary Ireland, filled with warmth, wit, and drama, Scarlet Feather is the story of Cathy Scarlet and Tom Feather, their spouses, families, and friends, and the struggling new catering business that transforms their lives in ways big and small. Furthermore, similar to another Maeve Binchy book I’ve read Quentinsthe story also involves lives of many other people.
By the end of the year, each character’s life had changed, many in ways they never would have imagined. The beginning of the book was slo This is probably the 3rd or 4th book by Maeve Binchy that I’ve read Overall, I found this a little slow and disjointed to get into but by halfway it had started to coalesce and I actually enjoyed it so much I read the second half of the book in a much quicker time three days, compared to 2 weeks!
It was really cheesy. I love seeing the characters reappear, not as primary, but as secondary in other stories. Neil’s mother Hannah, against the marriage of her son to the cleaner’s daughter, makes life hard for Cathy, while Marcella’s ambitions come between her and Tom. They appeared in ‘Quentin’s’ too, so it was great to see how they first came to be a part of the Binchy world, and they’re even madder in this book.
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