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Sauron, the Dark Lord, has gathered to him all the Rings of Power - the means by which he intends to rule Middle-earth. All he lacks in his plans for dominion is the One Ring - the ring that rules them all - which has fallen into the hands of the hobbit, Bilbo Baggins.

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Eleanor Oliphant leads a simple life. She wears the same clothes to work every day, eats the same meal deal for lunch every day and buys the same two bottles of vodka to drink every weekend. Eleanor Oliphant is happy. Nothing is missing from her carefully timetabled life. Except, sometimes, everything. One simple act of kindness is about to shatter the walls Eleanor has built around herself.

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Every slave plantation is a house of spies and intrigue. No slave walks a straight line or has a single story - deep within their hearts is betrayal and insurrection. But against whom? Hiram Walker is a man with a gift and a curse. He was born between worlds: his father a white plantation master, his mother a black slave.

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In the darkest hour, will the Lightbringer come? The Last Kingdom series goes from strength to strength with Uhtred becoming ever more interesting - in so many ways a modern hero, facing a new world, with changing allegiances, but still held by traditional loyalties.

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Now that mentor, J. Thompson, is dead, but after his funeral his widow hands Bosch a murder book that Thompson took with him when he left the LAPD 20 years before - the unsolved killing of a troubled young man in an alley used for drug deals. Nat, a year-old veteran of Britain's Secret Intelligence Service, believes his years as an agent runner are over. He is back in London with his wife, the long-suffering Prue. But with the growing threat from Moscow Centre, the office has one more job for him.

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Where once it was filled with guests and laughter all the time,entertained by his Godmother Eleanor,the mistress of the house,now,it is filled with deep sighs of loss and mourning with the family matriarch shunning society and taking refuge in the occult in the hopes of connecting with her beloved son.

Both the war and Theo's death cause an upheaval in the lives of Oscar and the remaining Melville children.

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Oscar becomes confused with his Britishness, disenchanted by mathematics because of a prejudiced math teacher,drawn to new age physics both out of interest and because of being ostracized by his German hating 'pure' English classmates at school,and develops a crush on Jessica as he hits puberty. Meanwhile,Phyllis who was a couple of years older than Oscar and Jessica,takes her nose out of her beloved books and leaves to serve the nation as a nurse.

And Jessica who was always wilful,becomes unruly and wild with no parental supervision. Add a couple more years,at the end of the Great War,they,along with all the other survivors of the war have to come to terms with the new state of affairs in the country and learn to go on with their lives. But more than the central plot of the story,it is the personal journeys of the main characters,Oscar,Phyllis and Jessica,that make the novel most engaging.

Phyllis and Jessica have only the Melville name in common but radically different personalities. While Phyllis belongs to the progressive era of women,preferring to read as a child and later endeavours to lead an independent and find an identity of her own,Jessica is a romantic,somewhat vain,an attention seeker who relies on others,particularly the male species to provide her a better life. It is interesting to study the contrasting nature of the two sisters;where one depended on her intellectual faculties,the other relied on her beauty;particularly,how Jessica still didn't want to let go the comfortable existence and norms of the past,whereas Phyllis welcomed the change in women's status and role in society brought on by the suffrage movement and the war.

The sisters loved one another very much but could never comprehend each other's outlook on life.

Summary and reviews of We That Are Left by Clare Clark

Make your own life,instead of waiting like Rapunzel for the last of the knights-errant to ride up on his white charger and offer you his. Then there is Oscar,the quiet boy with a head for numbers,who'd gaze with wonder at the encyclopedias in the Melville's library when he was ten and who grew up to be a scholar of Physics at Cambridge.

Born to a German musician father and an English women's rights activist mother,the days of the Great War led to a serious identity crisis for the poor boy. With no recollection of his father who'd died when he was little, and no connection to his German roots except for a few German phrases taught to him by his mother,he was confused and ashamed when both the boys at his boarding school and his math teacher tortured him for being German. Every time he looked at something and the German word for it came into his head first he felt cold inside,as if the boys at school were right and he was the enemy after all.

It frightened him that he might do something German in his sleep. As we follow him through the years,witness him experiencing his first kiss,understand the difference between infatuation and true love,see him lose a part of himself when his mother dies,one cannot but empathize with this intelligent,sensitive soul left vulnerable and ignorant to the ways of the world,and despair at the ultimate tragedy befalls him because of his association with the Melvilles. For the most part, Clare Clark has created an almost hypnotic and tragic family saga which is very compelling and depicts the period it is set in,in elaborate detail.

This could easily have been one of the better written if not the best historical fiction of this year had it not been for some serious factual errors found in the book. First and foremost what really irked me was calling Moseley's Law in X-ray spectra Melville's Law for the sake of the story. Here,Sir Aubrey Melville's younger brother,Henry Melville,Jessica's uncle,is a renowned physicist who'd discovered the Melville's Law,a very important discovery which opens the path for further research in atomic physics. From his early death in the Battle of Gallipoli in to the law being passed on his premature death to exempt persons of scientific importance from joining the war,and his alma mater University of Manchester, it is evident that the character of Henry Melville is based on the English Physicist,Henry Melville.

I can appreciate the depiction of a fictional character inspired by a real life person and know that there are fictional stories on historical figure which fall in the alternate history sub-genre.