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➵ [Reading] ➷ Landry Park By Bethany Hagen ➪ – Citybells.co.uk Alternate cover edition for this ASIN located here Downton Abbey meets The Selection in this dystopian tale of love and betrayalIn a fragmented future United States ruled by the lavish gentry seventeeReading Landry Park By Bethany Hagen Citybellscouk Alternate cover edition for this ASIN located here Downton Abbey meets The Selection in this dystopian tale of love and betrayalIn a fragmented future United States ruled by the lavish gentry seventee Alternate cover edition for this ASIN located here Downton Abbey meets The Selection in this dystop

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Ian tale of love and betrayalIn a fragmented future United States ruled by the lavish gentry seventeen year old Madeline Landry dreams of going to the university Unfortunately gentry decorum and her domineering father won't allow that Madeline must marry like a good Landry woman and run the family estate But her world is turned upside down when she discovers the devastating conseuences h

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Landry ParkEr lifestyle is having on those less fortunate As Madeline begins to uestion everything she has ever learned she finds herself increasingly drawn to handsome beguiling David Dana Soon rumors of war and rebellion start to spread and Madeline finds herself and David at the center of it all Ultimately she must make a choice between duty her family and the estate she loves dearly and desire

Reader à Landry Park ´ Kindle Edition Bethany Hagen was born and raised in Kansas City She grew up reading Charlotte Brontë Jane Austen and all things King Arthur and went on to become a librarian Landry Park is her debut novel.

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  • Rose

    Reader à Landry Park ´ Kindle Edition Landry ParkI keep reading the title as Laundry Park


  • Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies

    Reader à Landry Park ´ Kindle Edition Landry Park “How long do you think you can live like this? How long can you dance and twirl in pretty dresses knowing that people are starving and dying?”“I guess I try not to think about it” I said in a small voice This book was not terrible but the main character is frilly the plot itself is fluffy and the overall attitude of the book feels contrived and insincereIt's likeIvanka Trump Daughter of millionairebillionaire depending on how the market is performing Donald Trump A nice enough woman for sure but it doesn't feel completely sincere when she talks about caring about the underprivileged poor classes who can barely put food on their plate This book is inoffensive but the underlying plot of a wealthy debutante caring about the destitute lower class feels extremely artificial and completely secondary to the emotional flutterings of Madeleine's h


  • Emily May

    Reader à Landry Park ´ Kindle Edition Landry ParkWhat a pleasant surprise I didn't realise I'd added Landry Park to my mental list entitled just another dystopia until it managed to completely prove me wrong My first thought after finishing this book is that it's probably suited to fans of historical fiction than the typical dystopia The style of writing the plot the characters and the setting all feel like something straight out of an historical novel If you ask me it worked very well The story starts as I might have expected There's a female protagonist it's set in a future United States no longer so united something has happened to change the social order there's a hot guy there's a


  • Nenia ✨️ Socially Awkward Trash Panda ✨️ Campbell

    Reader à Landry Park ´ Kindle Edition Landry ParkInstagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestI keep coming back to young adult novels No matter how many times I tell myself This is the last straw I'm done I get seduced back into the worl


  • Wendy Darling

    Reader à Landry Park ´ Kindle Edition Landry ParkDNF Somewhere there was an early blurb that made this sound like Jane Eyre crossed with Scarlett O'Hara in the 23rd century but 100 pages in I don't really see it The Neo Victorian thing isn't portrayed in an especially interesting manner either My enjoyment of this book is also severely hampered by the fact that this story has remarkably similar plot points and themes to the upcoming THE WINNER'S CURSE which is the better book by far in terms of story writing complexity world building and emotion Oh well An advance copy was provided by the publisher for this reviewPS I'm seeing some very thoughtful 1 and 2 star reviews that get into some other issues raised later in the book which makes me glad I stopped when I did


  • Rebekah

    Reader à Landry Park ´ Kindle Edition Landry ParkReview found at wwwawesomebooknutsblogspotcomDownton Abbey meets The Selection? that's a bit of a stretch since there is no prince a bunch of girls are trying to get There is a dysopian Downton Abbey feel since they have brought back all the pomp and circumstance that


  • Angel

    Reader à Landry Park ´ Kindle Edition Landry ParkTell Me More If you know me you know I'd be hard pressed to resist any tale that uses period elements even if the main genre that the story resides in is dystopian So yes my hopes were high for Landry Park but unfortunately I found it predictable at its best and offensive at its worstThe life of Landry Park literally is dependent on the class issues that permeate the story The reader is introduced to this peculiar new world through Madeline Landry who enjoys the lifestyle powered by abuse of the lower classes even as she expresses a vague desire to change it In various exposition paragraphs the reader learns that Jacob Landry Madeline's anc


  • ☆ ĄňŊǡƂėƮĦ ☆ ŞŧŎŋė

    Reader à Landry Park ´ Kindle Edition Landry Park355I read this book expecting it to be better The first half of the book was definitely boring boring than the latter half I'm glad that I persevered through it and finished it Plot This book is set in the futuristic and chaotic United States where there are two classes of people the gentry and the Rootless Madeline Laundry the main character is 17 years old and hopeful that she will go to the university unlike what her family expects from her They expect her to get married produce heirs and run the Landry Estate These arguments seem small to the outside world when Madeline sees how the Rootless live as a result of her and others like her's lifestyle She is greatly disturbed by this and she starts to doubt how she is living and how she has lived In the meantime her relationshi


  • Gennifer Albin

    Reader à Landry Park ´ Kindle Edition Landry ParkYeah this book rocks


  • Steph Sinclair

    Reader à Landry Park ´ Kindle Edition Landry ParkI had high hopes for this one when I first heard of it but it was mostly very boring The narrator was terrible or monot