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  1. Alyx Hackebeil Alyx Hackebeil says:

    Really loved this book But the ending disappointed me Truly left us hanging Eagerly awaiting the 2 book in this series to find out what is to come of these characters to whom I have become so attached.


  2. Mo Mo says:

    DNFed at 30%It was interesting, but not interesting enough for another 7 hrs.


  3. Nikki Nikki says:

    DNF felt like a slog I got halfway thru and still I was waiting for the story to start There were spots where I thought and here we go and then nothing would happen The writing was good so I m disappointed that the plot didn t keep up.


  4. Trudy Trudy says:

    3.5 stars After reading and enjoying The Glassblower series, I just had to read this book I especially love this author s magical settings She has an expertise that puts the reader right there in the scene This book did not disappoint There I was, right back in Germany.I was drawn to Mimi s independent thinking and perseverance in creating the life she wanted as a photographer, unusual for a woman in the early 1900s I liked Mimi Reventlow, as well as the characters in the quaint little tow 3.5 stars After reading and enjoying The Glassblower series, I just had to read this book I especially love this author s magical settings She has an expertise that puts the reader right there in the scene This book did not disappoint There I was, right back in Germany.I was drawn to Mimi s independent thinking and perseverance in creating the life she wanted as a photographer, unusual for a woman in the early 1900s I liked Mimi Reventlow, as well as the characters in the quaint little town of Laichingen where she ended up Uncle Josef, Anton, Alexander, Eveline and Mimi s interesting man Hanne The book ended abruptly, I wasn t ready, but the story continues in the second book, An Artificial Light, which I must read


  5. Danna Stumberg Danna Stumberg says:

    I wanted to love it I was very excited when this book was recommended to me onI m a woman and a photographer, and I started out in the military, which is mostly a man s world The premise of the book was irresistible to me However I must say I was very disappointed by the loose plot There wasn t really a climax to the book, most of the action took place in the last 5%, and there was no resolution to anything I understand a second book will be coming out later this year and I m not su I wanted to love it I was very excited when this book was recommended to me onI m a woman and a photographer, and I started out in the military, which is mostly a man s world The premise of the book was irresistible to me However I must say I was very disappointed by the loose plot There wasn t really a climax to the book, most of the action took place in the last 5%, and there was no resolution to anything I understand a second book will be coming out later this year and I m not sure if I ll even read it I love the main character and her personality, but there seems to have been so much time wasted in the book on characters who played no real part in the story I wish there wasto the story


  6. Jan Bandich Jan Bandich says:

    Saga Indeed As with all of Petra Durst Benin s be is the heroine is a female pioneer in her field, in this case, photography Once she had reached a level of success, the saga begins with her meeting and leaving a man she could not forget, choosing to put her successful career in hold to nurse her beloved uncle through his final days, and feeling trapped in the small, rigid culture of a weaving town and its traditions in the early 20th century However, her natural resilience asserts itself and Saga Indeed As with all of Petra Durst Benin s be is the heroine is a female pioneer in her field, in this case, photography Once she had reached a level of success, the saga begins with her meeting and leaving a man she could not forget, choosing to put her successful career in hold to nurse her beloved uncle through his final days, and feeling trapped in the small, rigid culture of a weaving town and its traditions in the early 20th century However, her natural resilience asserts itself and creates waves Another great read Looking forward to sequels


  7. Beatrice Followill Beatrice Followill says:

    Must readI loved this story ,I love Mimi ,who is a young woman with big dreams ,in the time where it was meant for woman to.marry she chose a different path.After years of being a traveling photographer she ends up in a town to take care of her uncle,this town is traditional ,but Mimi s inspiration and ideas may just give some of the young generation a chance to follow their own dreams.


  8. Lily Ashton Lily Ashton says:

    A realistic trip back to Germany in 1911, following the fortunes of Mimi, a rare female travelling photographer The setting is fantastic, lovely period details that take you right back to that time Mimi is a fascinating character, both unique in her choice of lifestyle and the way she looks at the world Thoroughly enjoyable and beautifully written, I look forward to the next instalment of Mimi s life.


  9. Jan Chiles Jan Chiles says:

    Interesting readMini is an interesting girl She grew up being taught by her uncle the great art of photography When grown, she leaves her home to be a traveling photographer She has many adventures in her travels She stops traveling to take care of her uncle Getting involved with the community leaves her confused and angry This is the first book in this series Can t wait for the second Good historical references, learned a lot 16


  10. Joanne Baker Joanne Baker says:

    A good read.But a little predictable So although the characters are likeable, the small town feel is similar to her other books With the poorly paid workers and their harassed wives wishing for a better life, it did have the same air of them.Then a newcomer shakes them up a bit, before she has settled in and come to see that there is not much choice to dream big Finally the prodigal son returns, what will happen next


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Die Fotografin - Am Anfang des Weges: Roman ❥ [KINDLE] ❂ Die Fotografin - Am Anfang des Weges: Roman By Petra Durst-Benning ➢ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Gegen alle Widerst nde wird Mimi Reventlow Fotografin, und findet nicht nur ihre Freiheit, sondern auch die Liebe Minna Reventlow, genannt Mimi, war schon immer anders als die Frauen ihrer Zeit Es ist Gegen alle - Am PDF ☆ Widerst nde wird Mimi Reventlow Fotografin, und findet nicht nur ihre Freiheit, sondern auch die Liebe Minna Reventlow, genannt Mimi, war schon immer anders als die Frauen ihrer Zeit Es ist das Jahr , und w hrend andere Frauen sich um Familie und Haushalt k mmern, hat Mimi ihren gro en Traum wahr gemacht Sie bereist als Fotografin das ganze Land Die Fotografin PDF \ und liebt es, den Menschen mit ihren Fotografien Sch nheit zu schenken, genau wie ihr Onkel Josef, der ihr gro es Vorbild ist Als dieser erkrankt, zieht sie in das kleine Leinenweberdorf Laichingen, um ihn zu pflegen und vor bergehend sein Fotoatelier zu bernehmen Ihm zuliebe verzichtet sie nicht nur auf ihre Unabh ngigkeit, sondern sieht sich in Laichingen zun chst auch den misstrauischen Fotografin - Am PDF/EPUB ä Blicken der Dorfbewohner ausgesetzt, da sie mehr als einmal mit ihrem Freigeist aneckt Und als bald ein Mann Mimis Herz h her schlagen l sst, muss sie eine Entscheidung treffen.