I fell in love in the first line with Uncle Bernard, bored with sitting in his drawer which places him above the other dogs in the household. Marcia Willett couldn't have begun with anyone who would better catch my fancy. I'm a pet lover and anyone able to write about these loveable creatures, include them so successfully without their stealing the scenes and plot is certainly a writer for me.
The Ehoes of the Dance gave me hours of pleasurable distraction. Yet it is full of mystery to challenge my wit, and of story lines to make it reward me for my time spent within it's covers.
I would recommend this book to all who enjoy Pilcher and Binchy, and other UK writers.
There was no one character that took center in this book. It was confusing to determine who the story was about. The way it was written seemed confused and not focused.
Marcia Willett writes such believable characters, and this book, as with most of her books, has characters from her other books in cameo roles. It is like visiting old friends. As usual she has written a warm and enjoyable book.
U cab bit get enough of the Marcia Willett's books/stories.The characters are always strong and interesting and the stories hold your interest to the very end,.