Casting Off

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Pan Macmillan, 2013 - Domestic fiction - 626 pages
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The final volume in the Cazalet Chronicles, recently adapted for BBC Radio 4The aftermath of war, and the slow dawning of a new era of freedom and opportunity, shape the destinies of the Cazalets in the final volume of this magnificent family saga. Polly, Clary and Louise, now grown up, are ready to discover the truth about the adult world. While Rupert, Hugh and Edward must make the choices that will decide their own - and the family's - future. For the Cazalets, and all those close to them, one end is another beginning . . . Casting off is the fourth volume of The Cazalet Chronicles. The next book in the series is All Change. Read from the beginning of the series: The Light Years, Marking Time and Confusion.

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I loved this series....very wonderful writing - Goodreads
Marvellous characters and plot - Goodreads
Enjoy! EJHoward is a terrific writer - Goodreads
This volume has the pace and diversity of the first. - Goodreads

Review: Casting Off (Cazalet Chronicles #4)

User Review  - Barbara - Goodreads

Well, what can you say about such an entertaining saga of such a dysfunctional family!!!! Some (most) of the characters drove me crazy, but after four books, I have come to really love them all! The writing was superlative, and the day to day life of the Cazelets kept me glued to the pages! Read full review

Review: Casting Off (Cazalet Chronicles #4)

User Review  - Goodreads

Well, what can you say about such an entertaining saga of such a dysfunctional family!!!! Some (most) of the characters drove me crazy, but after four books, I have come to really love them all! The writing was superlative, and the day to day life of the Cazelets kept me glued to the pages! Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Elizabeth Jane Howard was the author of fourteen highly acclaimed novels. The Cazalet Chronicles - The Light Years, Marking Time, Confusion, Casting Off and All Change - have become established as modern classics and have been adapted for a major BBC television series and most recently for BBC Radio 4. In 2002 Macmillan published Elizabeth Jane Howard's autobiography, Slipstream. In that same year she was awarded a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.

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