Ü Storm Clouds Gathering || ã PDF Read by ✓ Pauline Barclay

By Pauline Barclay | Comments: ( 558 ) | Date: ( Oct 14, 2019 )

Storm clouds are gathering, silently and slowly, too far away to worry about Or so it seems But ignoring what is brewing will have dire consequences for the people caught up in the maelstrom.Shirley Burton is too busy cheating on her husband, having a laugh and looking for fun to alleviate the boredom of her childless marriage Kathleen Mitchell is too wrapped up in runnStorm clouds are gathering, silently and slowly, too far away to worry about Or so it seems But ignoring what is brewing will have dire consequences for the people caught up in the maelstrom.Shirley Burton is too busy cheating on her husband, having a laugh and looking for fun to alleviate the boredom of her childless marriage Kathleen Mitchell is too wrapped up in running around after her beautiful family to worry about her health Anne Simpson has two things on her mind her forthcoming marriage to Paul Betham, who seems to want to control her, and her career, which she does not want to give up.Can Shirley really expect to deceive her husband and get away with it Can Kathleen hold it all together, and is Anne able to have the best of everything Storm Clouds Gathering is a story of human emotion, passion and heart rending grief Set against the backdrop of the mid sixties, these three families will be tested to the limit as betrayal, loss and love threaten to change their lives forever.


  • Title: Storm Clouds Gathering
  • Author: Pauline Barclay
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Comments Storm Clouds Gathering

  • Shirley Wells

    I've read all of Pauline's books and this, in my opinion, is her best yet. Great characters and I love the sixties setting. I was a child in the sixties and it was wonderful to relive a time that, in some ways, was much simpler. The perfect summer read!


  • Rose English

    Book 56 of my Reading ChallengeA wonderful story of human emotions, passion and grief. Based in the 1960s around a wool mill in Yorkshire (my home county). It is the varying tales of a group of women working in the mill and its local community.Very highly recommended.


  • Anne Mackle

    This is Pauline's latest and best book. It is written in a slightly different style from her other books and reminded me of Catherine Cookson. Set in the sixties (my childhood) it brought many memories back for me of how simple life used to be before mobile phones and computers.Having to go to a phone box or using a neighbour's phone and leaving money for the call,all things alien to young people of today.One of the characters, Anne Simpson was particularly special for me as that was my name bef [...]


  • Carol W

    Three women, three relationships, each with their own story to tell. Shirley is a bubbly mill worker, married to Jimmy. They are childless. Shirley craves excitement and turns to Billy for that excitement, until a turn of events brings her some major decisions to make.Shirley's best friend, Kathleen is married to Joe and has two children. Their lives are about to turn upside down in a heartbeat.Anne, a primary school teacher is engaged to Paul. Their views of their future together are very diffe [...]


  • Rose English

    Book 56 of my Challenge 2017This is a wonderful read a story of human emotions, passion and grief. Set in the 1960's the book follows the antics of a group of women who work together in a Yorkshire Wool Mill.


  • Tanya Peterson

    When real storm clouds gather in our lives, we often feel it to the core. There’s a physical reaction: we feel cold, the hair rises on our arms, we shiver. There’s an emotional reaction, too: we worry. What is going to happen? What doom might befall us or our loved ones? The reason we have such an intense reaction, of course, is because we care about our own safety and that of our loved ones.Pauline Barclay captures this emotional intensity well in her most recent novel, Storm Clouds Gatheri [...]


  • Nikki Bywater

    Set in the north of England during the 1960’s. Storm Clouds Gathering tells the remarkable tale of three different characters.Shirley Burton works at the local mill but finds herself in trouble when her marriage to Jimmy goes through a rough patch and she is drawn to bad boy Billy. Kathleen Mitchell is happily married to Joe, and they have a young family, she is good friends with Shirley, they work together at the mill, and they enjoy nights out together at the Bingo. Kathleen is lucky to have [...]


  • Miriam Wakerly

    Pauline Barclay has an amazingly easy style that just carries you along. The clouds gather gradually, almost imperceptibly at times; it is a clever title that held my faith that in time things would kick off and indeed they did! Her books at face value seem soft and romantic, full of emotion, and the empathy you feel for her characters keeps you with them; and yet, she does deal with the darker side of life, especially in Satchfield Hall. Her people speak, and apparently listen, to each other at [...]


  • Julie

    This is the first book of Pauline Barclay’s that I have read and it won’t be the last. ‘Storm Clouds Gathering’ tells the story of three families during the sixties in the North of England. Being originally from Yorkshire myself the setting immediately appealed to me and Pauline’s evocation of the era is spot-on. I particularly enjoyed the way in which the three stories intertwined and Pauline Barclay is adept at sweeping the reader up as the story carries you along. I became quite eng [...]


  • Eileen Schuh

    I was stressed when this story came to an end, not wanting to close the book on Barclay's cast of characters in Storm Clouds Gathering. This novel is full of wonderful, wonderful characters, strong and broken relationships, hope and grief, love, happiness and despair. Success and failure and alwayse tension from those storm clouds on the horizon. Well worth the read!


  • Sheryl Normandeau

    An emotional portrait of the deep friendships between three women, as they navigate their respective romantic relationships and family life. I was particularly impressed with Barclay's depiction of England in the 1960s, especially with her references to women's rights and the educational system.


  • Deborah (Debs) Carr

    Another fantastic book by Pauline Barclay. I loved this story which was both heartbreaking and heartwarming. Beautifully written and definitely a 'must read' book.


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