The Seamstress



The Seamstress A beautifully crafted story breathes life into the cameo character from the classic novel A Tale of Two Cities.France, 1788It is the best of times.On a tranquil farm nestled in the French countryside, two orphaned cousins Ren e and Laurette have been raised under the caring guardianship of young mile Gagnon, the last of a once prosperous family No longer starving girls, Laurette and Ren e now spend days tending Gagnon s sheep, and nights in their cozy loft, whispering secrets and dreams in this time of waning innocence and peace.It is the worst of times.Paris groans with a restlessness that can no longer be contained within its city streets Hunger and hatred fuel her people Violence seeps into the ornate halls of Versailles Even Gagnon s table in the quiet village of Mouton Blanc bears witness to the rumbles of rebellion, where Marcel Moreau embodies its voice and heart.It is the story that has never been told.In one night, the best and worst of fate collide A chance encounter with a fashionable woman will bring Ren e s sewing skills to light and secure a place in the court of Queen Marie Antoinette An act of reckless passion will throw Laurette into the arms of the increasingly militant Marcel And Gagnon, steadfast in his faith in God and country, can only watch as those he loves march straight into the heart of the revolution. New Read Kindle ePUB The Seamstress Author Allison Pittman – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • The Seamstress
  • Allison Pittman
  • 27 April 2017
  • 1414390467

10 thoughts on “The Seamstress

  1. Joanne Bischof says:

    Glory this novel is stunning Set amid the tumultuous French Revolution, The Seamstress is unabashedly profound and yet crafted with such care, that I relished every heartrending word until the very last one Through the lives of vibrant and genuine characters, notes of love, faith, and loyalty rise from its pages all striking with one unanimous chord of courage Allison Pittman has woven a novel that fortifies the spirit brick by brick so that as a nation is broken and transformed, so takes new Glory this novel is stunning Set amid the tumultuous French Revolution, The Seamstress is unabashedly profound and yet crafted with such care, that I relished...

  2. Jocelyn Green says:

    Destined to be a classic in its own right, The Seamstress is everything I love about historical fiction The robust characters not only interact with real and pivotal events, but they embody the attitudes of the day in ways that are accessible for the modern reader Pitman s power of lang...

  3. Rachel McMillan says:

    The Seamstress is a study in nostalgia carefully evoking a classic while establishing itself as a classic in its own right Deftly and intelligently nodding to its magnanimous source material, A Tale of Two Cities, it remains confident as its own entity Appealing equally to Dickensian readers and the uninitiated, The Seamstress is a lush, moving and brilliantly sewn world The thinking reader s inspirational read, it is at once rich, beguiling and accessibly readable Its aftertaste will spoi The Seamstress is a study in nostalgia carefully evoking a classic while establishing itself as a classic in its own right Deftly and intelligently nodding to its magnanimous source material, A Tale of Two Cities, it ...

  4. Heidi Chiavaroli says:

    In the midst of revolution and royalty, Pittman weaves a captivating tale of two cousins whose humble beginnings birth remarkable journeys A beautiful, rich tale of love, loss, and amazing faith, The Seamstress is a book that haunts, satisfies, and inspires all at once I loved this book

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