I'm a huge Enya fan, and I've always loved her instrumental track called "No Holly For Miss Quinn". It was only a couple of years ago, though, that I learned where that title comes from.
To make it brief, I got the book last year in a cute little library in Lewes, Sussex. I started reading it last summer, but found it somewhat dull. I decided to give it another chance this summer, and wondered why I didn't get to the end of it the first time.
Miss Read's style is essential, yet effective. Her characters can literally come alive in a few words, and Miss Quinn is much more complex than the bitter spinster she may look like at the beginning of the novel, of course.
"Miss Clare Remembers" is great, too....Continua