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The Darkening Hour A Middle Class Woman At Her Wits End.A Struggling Migrant Worker With Few Options For Survival.When Tensions Boil Over, Who Will Be The First To Snap Will It Be Theodora, Finally Breaking Under The Pressure Or Mona, Desperate To Find A Way Out

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10 thoughts on “The Darkening Hour

  1. says:

    A middle class woman at her wits end.A struggling migrant worker with few options for survival.When tensions boil over, who will be the first to snap Will it be Theodora, finally breaking under the pressure Or Mona, desperate to find a way out I do love a psychological thriller and this was a great one for once I didnt spend the entire novel waiting for a huge twist in the tale or something completely unexpected although there was plenty of unexpected things along the way because I was so A middle class woman at her wits end.A struggling migrant worker with few options for survival.When tensions boil over, who will be the first to snap Will it be Theodora, finally breaking under the pressure Or Mona, desperate to find a way out I do love a psychological thriller and this was a great one for once I didnt spend the entire novel waiting for a huge twist in the tale or something completely unexpected although there was plenty of unexpected things along the way because I was so immersed in the differing views of these two women on their relationship it was fascinating how they reacted to each other and to events in the story.Dora is absolutely full of a sense of her own importance she takes on the care of her elderly father after the death of her mother, and I really disliked her holier than thou attitude about it all Great We love a character who makes us mad On the other hand she does struggle to get any free time and it is a tough job so you can kind of feel sorry for her.E...

  2. says:

    Very good I enjoyed this book immensely It had me gripped from start to finish I was fickle, choosing sides all the way through Mona or Dora The scene is set in London and is based around a sibling who is sole carer for he...

  3. says:

    Thought this was a corker of a novel, cleverly plotted Plenty of twists and the tension is ratcheted up between these two women Well written and thought provoking too Will be looking for other works from Penny Hancock.

  4. says:

    Really excellent novel from Penny Hancock I love her gentle lilting writing style and the personal voice, within domestic settings Tragic story and not so removed from fact, which makes it evenpoignant Very clever twists and lots of heart in your mouth moments Thoroughly recommended.

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    Thoroughly enjoyed this book it offered something a little different than most books I read The chapters switch between the perspectives of Dora and Mona It was really interesting to see how the same situation was interpreted differently by the two women It does have you constantly switching sides a...

  6. says:

    Loved it.

  7. says:

    A clever story of modern day slavery The only disappointment is that author didn t really wrap up the story.

  8. says:

    Slow start I thought, but once I got into it, started to enjoy it Lots of little surprises, and couple of twists You either loved the characters or hated them.

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    In the Daily Telegraph recently 20 2 15 someone described as a director of the UCL Institute for Global Prosperity informed us that immigration is necessary, asking rhetorically, How else will we get enough nurses carers to look after our ballooning population of elderly people When this elderly person who was reading said article got over my being gobsmacked by the director of an institute for global prosperity s recommendation to take up a new recreation I d been missing out on t In the Daily Telegraph recently 20 2 15 someone described as a director of the UCL Institute for Global Prosperity informed us that immigration is necessary, asking rhetorically, How else will we get enough nurses carers to look after our ballooning population of elderly people When this elderly person who was reading said article got over my being gobsmacked by the director of an institute for global prosperity s recommendation to take up a new recreation I d been missing out on the hospice for which I work did indeed lay on a hot air balloon ascent for a pt who d had one on his bucket list, but sadly I wasn t invited to join him , I wondered what it said about Britain and America too that because we can t be bothered to look after our own parents gran...

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    Time taken to read 6 daysPublisher Simon Schusterpages 402Blurb from GoodreadsMeet TheodoraAnd MonaTwo women, from completely different walks of life, forced by circumstances to live together under one roof.Both women are at their wits end, scared of losing the one thing that s most precious to them So when tensions boil over, who will go to the most extreme lengths to survive Will it be Theodora, finally breaking under the pressure Or Mona, desperate to find a way out In a tale of Time taken to read 6 daysPublisher Simon Schusterpages 402Blurb from GoodreadsMeet TheodoraAnd MonaTwo women, from completely different walks of life, forced by circumstances to live together under one roof.Both women are at their wits end, scared of losing the one thing that s most precious to them So when tensions boil over, who will go to t...

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