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Thursday AfternoonsDickens Книга Отстъпки във виртуален щанд Книгозавър При поне книги за над лв % При поне книги за над лв % При поне книги за над лв Centering Prayer Thursday Afternoons Mercy Centering Prayer – Thursday Afternoons We are offering Centering Prayer live online via Zoom with Joy Andrews Hayter and Catherine Regan Come taste the silence of prayer with other contemplative companions and rest in the stillness An established practice of Centering Prayer for six months or longer is suggested but not reuired These silent retreats provide time for rest and renewal Thursday afternoon forecast WTVT Thursday afternoon forecast Meteorologist Tyler Eliasen Posted September Facebook; Twitter; Print; Email; Latest Videos video Wednesday afternoon forecast video Wednesday morning forecast video Owner of found Army medals sought by good Samaritan video Parents find predator in daughter's closet investigators say Good Day Tampa Bay View More video Holiday shopping prediction This was such a well written book that I honestly did not expect to be giving it only three stars Thursday Afternoons set in 1939 explores the life of Dr Steven Sheppard a charismatic and successful doctor who now regrets both his choice of profession and his choice of wife He never has any intention of divorcing his insecure wife but drifts from one affair to another while trying to write a novel and hoping to get away from his demanding private patients by volunteering to serve at sea in the rapidly approaching war Steven reminded me of Don Draper Mad Men a man who has it all but is never satisfied Although he interested me I didn't warm to him My sympathy should have been with the betrayed wife Ruth but after a few pages of listening to her wittering on I could understand all too well why she got on Steven's nerves Stephanie Steven's girlfriend seemed like someone I could have been friends withif she wasn't dating a married man Another important character is the rather pitiful Nurse Audrey Lake who works at Steven's Thursday afternoon clinic adores him and becomes increasingly obsessed with him as the book progresses Then there's the house parlourmaid Ethel Garrard who needs Steven's help to escape her violent husband But she is portrayed as so cold and self centred that I couldn't warm to her either Not that the absence of sympathetic characters would bother me as a general rule as long as they were convincingly drawn which is certainly the case here Monica Dickens brings to vivid life every character however minor and every setting especially the hospital where her experience as a nurse shines through and the wardroom of a destroyer she married a naval officer I'll give two examples First the genteel Mrs Delacroix one of Steven's patientsBut here was Mrs Delacroix in her tweed dress and jacket and pseudo Austrian hat putting on her private patient act which was intended to show that she was accustomed to visiting doctors in their consulting rooms than in clinics She was the widow of a bankrupt solicitor and lived with her hulking adolescent daughter in a bungalow which smelt of bread and butter and damp tea cloths She could not afford to be a private patient but was not going to let Dr Sheppard or anyone else forget that she had once been one She went through the necessary formalities at the registration office and the Lady Almoner's with a remote disinterested air receiving her folder in her fingertips with a slight laugh to show how absurd all this was On the benches she and her daughter sat immersed in books from the twopenny library in which they kept the celluloid markers from the days when they had belonged to Boots'It was the detail of the celluloid bookmarks which pinned down Mrs Delacroix for me as well as anchoring the story firmly in its period Boots' Booklovers Library was a private subscription library patronised by the middle classes as opposed to the cheaper working class twopenny library By clinging on to the Boots bookmarks Mrs Delacroix is clinging to her former way of life Nurse Lake we learn later also patronises the twopenny library she is reading a novel called Romany Wildcat This sounds like one of the popular bodice rippers filmed by Gainsborough Pictures in the 1940s and it adds a touch of humour because no one could be less like a wildcat of any ethnicity than Nurse Lake However it's also a deft touch in her characterisation a hint that she dreams of being a much bolder sexier adventurous woman So why the three stars? Well unfortunately I felt the structure of the book let it down There are numerous scenes and characters excellent in themselves which feel extraneous Most of the plot strands don't go anywhere much The book ends with a turn of events which I will call dramatic rather than melodramatic as it's well prepared for but it leaves the characters up in the air unable to complete their arcs The result is a rather baggy unsatisfying novel which frustrated me because I felt it could have been so much better In fact I found myself trying to rewrite the plot never a good signview spoilerI felt the book would have been better for dropping the entire sub plot of Mrs Garrard and her husband It's well written but only exists to sweep Steven off the stage in the last chapter By contrast Nurse Lake's obsession with Steven is so powerful and well portrayed why not make her the murderer? She seems sanguine about his leaving the hospital but I could see her deciding that if she couldn't have him nobody could Or it could be she who deliberately tells Garrard where he is so that she can be a heroine and save the day not realising she hasn't got it in her hide spoiler