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10 thoughts on “The Poldark Saga (Poldark, #1-12)

  1. says:

    As anticipated, this 12 volume series DID keep me busy busy from August to November I loved this series, even the 2nd generation books 8 12 which many people reviewed as not being as good as the 1st generation books 1 7 The only exception is the very last book, Bella, which Winston Graham could have left unwritten that s what a lot of reviewers said, and I have to agree with them about that particular book Books 1 7 deal with Ross Poldark and his family I read books 1 7 back in the 80 s when the Masterpiece Theater productions were aired, and loved them Fortunately I held onto the books, as they went out of print for a while, and the new reprinted books by Sourcebooks are said to be very poorly done I didn t know until very recently that Graham had taken up writing about the 2nd generation something like 10 15 years later I was thrilled that I was able to get ahold of all five from used bookstores.


  2. says:

    Absolutely fabulous books Cried at times Did not want to be finished Lovely stories around a family s many struggles and successes One dreams of a bond such as between Ross and Demelza


  3. says:

    The excellent series on Masterpiece was my initiation into the 18th century world of Ross Poldark The sweeping scenes of the coast of Cornwall, stunning costumes, political intrigues, romances sometimes forbidden, always interesting and the sheer pleasure of looking at Aiden Turner as Ross Poldark held me entranced for the first two seasons Unable to wait for Season 3 starting Oct 2017 and unable to resist learning how the story ends, I ordered the 12 volume set, which has dictated how my time has been spent since its arrival The story begins at the end of the American Revolution when Captain Ross Poldark returns to Cornwall to find his love interest, Elizabeth, engaged to his cousin, Francis His father is dead and Nampara, the estate he has inherited in addition to copper mines, is in great disrepair His efforts to put his life and property in order are met with constant strugglesrecalcitrant servants, mines which fail to yield, a jealous banker intent on his destruction, miners and tenants whom he wishes to help, and his own rebellious nature which sabotages many of his efforts Enter Demelza Carne, a street urchin he rescues from bullies at Redruth Fair His decision to bring her to Nampara as a kitchen maid is the catalyst that drives the Poldark saga This malnourished, unkempt, undisciplined, spirited miner s daughter evolves into Ross s redemption and their tumultuous, often heartbreaking journey makes for absorbing reading.Winston Graham s masterful story begins at the end of the American Revolution and weaves its way through the French Revolution, the Napoleonic Wars and ends in 1820 The Poldark family wrestles with issues of class stratification, epidemics, social conventions, moral dilemmas, politics, reversals of fortune, births, deathsan endless array of intrigues to capture the attention of the reader His characters are richly developed their flaws making them often likable and morally reprehensible at the same time I turned the final page of one book only to open the first page of another My regret is that there is no Volume 13 Lovely series


  4. says:

    I just finished listening to the twelfth and last book in this series and I am a little sad that it is over but at the same time a little relieved to be free to move on to some other literature This is definitely a soap opera series for me that kept me coming back for The writing was excellent and the way the author used word pictures enabled you to really have a good portrayal of the characters, the scenery, and the point in history in your mind, but at the same time I did not think it was too heavy handed The ending seemed to me to be of a fading away rather than a crescendo that you would think the end of such a body of work should be But on contemplation I am fine with it You got the feeling the characters stories would continue but you would just not be able to be party to them any I rated the series 5 stars even though I only gave the individual books 4 stars, just because I really appreciate the amount of work and dedication that must have gone into creating this world.


  5. says:

    I only read 1 6 The PBS video of these books is spot on and follows the books accurately I found the books a bit of a slow read.lots of details I really enjoyed the video series however and found it much engaging than the books The British English was a bit difficult for me to follow at times when reading.


  6. says:

    I m sad to say that I just finished the last book in this wonderful 12 book series about the Poldark family It takes place in late 17th early 18th century Cornwall and spans over a period of about 30 40 years If I like a story, I want it to continue for awhile This one did not disappoint.


  7. says:

    I ve never read a series this long, that continued to be so good Well worth the read My only wish is that there would have been a bit storyline to Drake Morwenna regardless, I loved it all.


  8. says:

    Historical fiction set in Cornwall before the French Revolution Good history interwoven with fictional characters and stories giving you a backdrop of the culture and struggles of those days in Great Brittain Candid perspective for both genders in dealing with the complexity of relationships.


  9. says:

    Read the entire series This would have rated 5 stars except that occasionally and got bogged down in descriptions of the Napoleonic Wars and politics in Parliament.


  10. says:

    Once started finished the entire story 1 12 Good entertaining reading.


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