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The Far Pavilions

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A magnificent romantichistoricaladventure novel set in India at the time of mutiny The Far Pavilions is a story of 19th Century India when the thin patina of English rule held down dangerously turbulent undercurrents It is a s Another book that came across my feed reminding me that I read and enjoyed this book back in early 1980 after it was released the year before One of the many reasons I love the GR feed so much is because it helps me to add books read long ago and add them to the list I also enjoyed the miniseries that was made of the book in the earlymid eighties featuring Amy Irving L'Ame de Napoléon of mutiny The Far Pavilions is a story Napoléon, tome 3 : L'Empereur des rois, 1806-1812 of 19th Century India when the thin patina Le second Empire of English rule held down dangerously turbulent undercurrents It is a s Another book that came across my feed reminding me that I read and enjoyed this book back in early 1980 after it was released the year before One Napoléon et l'opéra of the many reasons I love the GR feed so much is because it helps me to add books read long ago and add them to the list I also enjoyed the miniseries that was made Souvenirs de campagnes du sergent Faucheur of the book in the earlymid eighties featuring Amy Irving

review Ñ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ò M.M. Kaye

Tory about and English man Ashton Pelham Martyn brought up as a Hindu and his passionate but dangerous love for an Indian princess It's a story of divided loyalties of tender camaraderie of greedy imperialism and of the clash I first read The Far Pavilions by MM Kaye when it was first published in 1978 and have since read it a few timesit’s become one of my favorite books everThis is an epic novel of Ashton Pelham Martyn an English officer during the British Raj period in India who falls in love with Anjuli a half caste Hindu princess The author’s knowledge of and childhood experiences in India make this an epic and unforgettable bookA sweeping and gripping high adventure and passionate love story of heroism and cruelty bigotry and prejudice danger and love and the most breathtaking and vivid descriptions of 19th century India an absolute MASTERPIECE A fantastic reread every time Le Triomphe de la République - 1871-1914 of divided loyalties La République radicale (1898-1914) of tender camaraderie Caulaincourt : Diplomate de Napoléon of greedy imperialism and Le colonel Mayer - De l'affaire Dreyfus à de Gaulle of the clash I first read The Far Pavilions by MM Kaye when it was first published in 1978 and have since read it a few timesit’s become Les Français sous le Second Empire one Souvenirs : 1859-1871 of my favorite books everThis is an epic novel 1812 : La campagne tragique de Napoléon en Russie of Ashton Pelham Martyn an English Les Trois Cents Jours de Napoléon à l'île d'Elbe officer during the British Raj period in India who falls in love with Anjuli a half caste Hindu princess The author’s knowledge Joséphine : vie de l'impératrice of and childhood experiences in India make this an epic and unforgettable bookA sweeping and gripping high adventure and passionate love story Mémoires inédits: Les Cahiers Rouges of heroism and cruelty bigotry and prejudice danger and love and the most breathtaking and vivid descriptions La Moskowa - Borodino- La bataille des Redoutes of 19th century India an absolute MASTERPIECE A fantastic reread every time

M.M. Kaye Ò 8 characters

Between east and west To the burning plains and snow capped mountains of this great humming continent MM Kaye brings her uite exceptional gift of immediacy and meticulous historical accuracy plus her insight into the human hea Reading this book for the first time as a teenager was a magical experience for me It was the first time I had ever been so deeply submerged in a book that I literally felt dazed and disoriented when it ended and I had to return to reality They were so real for me Ash and Juli Wally and Zarin Biju Ram and Hira Lal Leaving their world leaving India at the end of the book was painful The story is about Ashton Pelham Martyn English by birth but born in India He spends his childhood believing he is Indian and only finds out the truth when he's eleven This is when the person that he thought he was is separated into two distinct people One is his traditional English persona which is forced on him in his later childhood and the other is Ashok the person he was in his earliest memories of himself Ash's journey to self realization is a torturous one and encompasses the full spectrum of human experience love friendship loyalty responsibility despicable acts of cowardice and treachery and acts of incredible heroism Toward the end of the book is a battle scene based on a real historic event Usually I find protracted battle scenes tedious but this time this time I was completely caught up in it I was THERE with Wally and every desperate sortie every stratagem and every loss tore my heart out I have never read another battle scene since which captivated me as this one did This book is storytelling at its grandest It doesn't hurt that Kaye constructs sentences designed to thrill an English teacher's heart so smoothly and effortlessly do they flow If you have not yet experienced this epic tale what are you waiting for