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gentleman farmer, a drunk too louche to be much of a husband Like privileged but love hungry teenage girls past and future, Beryl seeks companionship from her horses, becoming the first and greatest female horse trainer in the region Along the way, she hobnobs with Kenyan high society, including, but not limited to, Karen Blixen who authored her own epic story, Out of Africa, under the pen name Isaak Dinesen and her lover Denys Finch Hatten who will always be Robert Redford to those of us who watched him play the role in the movie version of Dinesens book Much bed hopping and relationship boundary pushing ensue, with all the teeth gnashing and yearning that goes along with it, no matter the era Those who knew about Markham before reading this book may be surprised by how little there is about her as a pilot She is, after all, the first woman to fly across the Atlantic from east to west, and she wrote her own memoir, 1942s West with the Night here, it is only in the books frame a prologue and its final chapter that we get a glimpse of the way that Beryl will, literally, soar But McLain doesnt seem interested in portraying her as a trailblazing feminist with an idea about changing the world the Beryl Markham here is noteworthy precisely because she is NOT those things so much as a girl who grew up pushing back against conventions that got in her way But youve never been afraid of anything, have you Finch Hatten says to her in their last meeting I have, though, she replies Ive been terrified.I just havent let that stop me Sara NelsonPaula McLain is considered the new star of historical fiction, and for good reason Fans of The Paris Wife will be captivated by Circling the Sun, which is both beautifully written and utterly engrossing.Ann Patchett, Country Living Paula McLain cements herself as the writer of historical fictional memoir with Circling the Sun, giving vivid voice to Beryl Markham, a singular, extraordinary woman In McLains confident hands, Markham crackles to life, and we readers truly understand what made a woman so far ahead of her time believe she had the power to soar.Jodi Picoult, author of Leaving Time Enchanting A worthy heir to Dinesen, McLain will keep you from eating, sleeping, or checking your e mailthough you might put these pages down just long enough to order airplane tickets to Nairobi Whats certain is that the reluctantly earthbound armchair reader will cherish this gift for the hidden adventurer in all of us Like Africa as its so gorgeously depicted here, this novel will never let you go.The Boston Globe As chronicled in Paula McLains richly textured new novel, Circling the Sun, Markhams life is the stuff of legend McLain has created a voice that is lush and intricate to evoke a character who is enviably brave and independent.NPR Circling the Sun chronicles Beryls divorce, remarriage, racetrack triumphs, family tragedies, early flying lessons and affairs with an ease that can almost make you forget its historical fiction McLain succeeds in bringing the past to life, and by the last pages, readers will hate to say goodbye to such an irresistible narrator.Miami Herald Famed aviator Beryl Markham is a novelists dream McLain riffs on the facts, creating a wonderful portrait of a complex woman who liveddefiantlyon her own terms.People book of the week Paula McLain has such a gift for bringing characters to life I loved discovering the singular Beryl Markham, with all her strengths and passions and complexities, a woman who persistently broke the rules, despite the personal cost Shes a rebel in her own time, and a heroine for ours.Jojo Moyes, author of Me Before You McLains eloquent evocation of Beryls daring life reminds us that independent women have always been among us, moving at their own speed.O The Oprah Magazine The Paris Wifeis good, butCircling the Sunis much better She was too much for her times, but inCircling the Sun Beryl Markham finally gets the treatment she deserves That it also makes for bold, absorbing fiction is so much the better No complaints here.New YorkDaily NewsPaula McLain brings Beryl to glorious life, portraying a woman with a great many flaws that seem to result from her zest for life and inability to follow the roles expected of women in the 1920s and 30s.St Louis Post Dispatch Amelia Earhart gets all the airtime, but this pilot had the juicier past Beryl Markham was a pioneering aviatorthe first woman to journey from Europe to America soloyet few young girls know her name With her latest novel, based on true events, McLain author of the bestselling The Paris Wife, aims to change that Beryl is one badass heroine McLain crafts a story readers wont soon forget.Good Housekeeping With a sharp eye for detail and style to spare, Paula McLain captures the nuances of complex relationships, the rigidity of social conventions, and the wide skies and breathtaking vistas of Africa.Christina Baker Kline, author ofOrphan TrainIf Beryl Markham hadnt existed, a novelist would have had to invent her Beryl is free spirited and headstrong in McLains hands she is a prototypical independent woman, forging her own way in a mans world Markhams voice, expertly channeled, and McLains fluent prose keep the novel on course Circling the Sun soars.NewsdaySet in 1920s Kenya, this fictionalized history of the beautiful, high flying aviator Beryl Markham is as luminous as its headstrong heroine An exhilarating ride.Family CirclePaula McLain is yet another twenty first century woman who can write rings around the hyper masculine men who dominate so much of American fiction.Liz SmithMcLains skill at blending fact and fiction, which dazzled readers in The Paris Wife, is on full display in Circling the Sun Drawing on Markhams memoir West with the Night and other historical sources, McLain paints a lushly colored portrait of 1920s Kenya In prose as luminous as the African skies, McLain charts Beryls journey of self discovery searching, stumbling, getting back up and eventually soaring Heartbreaking and defiantly hopefullike Beryl herselfCircling the Sun is a masterful story of hardship, courage and love.Shelf Awareness Beryl Markham Novel Circling the Sun by Paula McLain An Insanely Glamorous Love Triangle Traveling to Kenya, author of tells story behind her bestselling historical novel about Beryl Markham, Isak Dinesen and real The Universe Today The is center Solar System source all life energy here on Earth It accounts for than % mass it s gravity dominates Footage bizarre UFO orbiting sun sparks new REGULAR sightings a giant circling our has sparked theories an alien mothership sucking solar from massive star Alien enthusiasts now claim NASA covering up huge Boat Planet Renewable Energy Funky Hydrogen Gas POWER IN THE BLOOD Buffy Sainte Marie Official Site LYRICS Kids enjoy adventure being your own My Way was title song my first album fifty years ago got me named Billboard Best New Artist in year Beatles came America still 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    • Circling the Sun: A Novel
    • 2.3
    • 147
    • $0.00
    • 363 pages
    • Paula McLain
    • English
    • 17 January 2016

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