A quiet adjustment

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Faber, 2008 - Fiction - 328 pages
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Nineteen-year old Annabella Milbanke, visiting London for the swirl of parties and engagements of the season, is introduced to Byron at a waltz. He has just published Childe Harold, and is surrounded by a crowd of admirers, one of whom is his half-sister Augusta Leigh. Annabella and Byron fall in love, but Augusta_s unwelcome presence in their relationship becomes increasingly unbearable. Caught up in a potentially scandalous love triangle, Annabella must decide whether following her heart is the most dangerous thing she has ever done_

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Review: A Quiet Adjustment: A Novel (Lord Byron)

User Review  - V Dittmer - Goodreads

The energy expended to interpret this prose wasn't worth the effort of reading this novel. Read full review

Review: A Quiet Adjustment: A Novel (Lord Byron)

User Review  - Liz - Goodreads

An interesting enough story, but long winded and often tedious. The language seemed overly complicated when it didn't need to be, or help to progress the story in any meaningful way. Read full review


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