The Misinterpretation of Tara Jupp – Eva Rice

The Misinterpretation of Tara Jupp - Eva Rice

The Misinterpretation of Tara Jupp – Eva Rice

I am still writing reviews for the books I read while on holiday in July. I read this one because I enjoyed The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets. This was also lots of fun to read.

Here is the blurb …

Country girl Tara is whisked off to ’60s London to become a star; there she is dressed, she is shown off at Chelsea parties, photographed by the best. She meets songwriters, singers, designers, and records her song. And she falls in love – with two men. Behind the buzz and excitement of her success, the bitterness between her elder sister Lucy and her friend Matilda haunts Tara. Their past friendship is broken and among the secrets and the strangeness of both their marriages, the past keeps on reappearing.

This novel captured the essence of ’60s London. In particular, the music and fashion sections. Some of the characters continue on from The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets although I wouldn’t say this is a sequel. It is a fun, light-hearted novel that has been well researched. And lets face it, it is nice to read something fun with all the angst-ridden novels out there.

I’m looking forward to Ms Rice’s next novel.

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