Free Book Online
Categories
The Black Moon (Poldark)

Pdf

The Black Moon (Poldark)

2.4 (4028)

Log in to rate this item

    Available in PDF Format | The Black Moon (Poldark).pdf | English
    Winston Graham(Author) Oliver J. Hembrough(Narrator)
The birth of a son to Elizabeth and George Warleggan seems to make the rift between the Poldark and Warleggan families worse. When Morwenna Chynoweth, governess to Elizabeth's son, grows to love Drake Carne, Demelza's brother, things get worse.

"From the incomparable Winston Graham...who has everything anyone else has, then a whole lot more." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

2.4 (10874)
  • Pdf

*An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Formats for this Ebook

PDF
Required Software Any PDF Reader, Apple Preview
Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.
# of Devices Unlimited
Flowing Text / Pages Pages
Printable? Yes

Book details

Read online or download a free book: The Black Moon (Poldark)

Review Text

  • By Ann on 14 March 2017

    Another enjoyable continuation of the Poldark saga, introducing more characters which promote interesting sub-plots. Two of Demelza's brothers are given work by Ross, not without a variety of problems. One, Drake Carne forms an unsuitable relationship with Morwenna Chynoweth and an unlikely friendship with Geoffrey Charles Poldark; son of Elizabeth and Francis.Ross's sense of adventure and his loyalty to his friend, Dwight, who is a prisoner of the French, finds him sailing to France in a successful bid to rescue him. Upon his return to Cornwall, Ross acknowledges his love for Demelza and their two children.Aunt Agatha puts the 'cat amongst the pigeons' in the only way she knows how!

  • By Dragon63 on 11 August 2017

    Every novel in the Poldark series that I have read is engaging, with plots linking well rounded characters depicted in a time of class division, poverty and war. Obviously the writer has done a vast amount of research into the politics and living conditions of the period but he brings it alive with themes that touch all of us and tempers more sober themes with delightful humour whether it be the dry comments of the more cynical of his protagonists or the naive behaviour and statements of his country bumpkins, reminiscent of some of Thomas Hardy's characters in "Under the Greenwood Tree." All this is set in Cornish locations described vividly by someone who loves the area. I thoroughly recommend this novel.

  • By J M Morton on 20 July 2017

    Winston Graham writes superbly well - his Poldark novels are page-turners and this one is no exception. The characters are well drawn and fascinating, the historic detail well researched and the story line riveting. I recommend this and all Graham's books to readers.

  • By alicat on 6 May 2017

    Really enjoyed this book. I believe this will be the period covered in the next TV series due to start soon so look forward to seeing how the adaptation stands up.

  • By laineyb on 6 April 2017

    Read the whole 12 novels, brilliant writing, lose yourself in this gripping saga, highly recommended

  • By keith on 15 August 2017

    This is another great book in the Poldark series, I will end up reading them all, especially the latest or next.

  • By B. REW-DIXON on 21 March 2017

    One of the 12 Poldark novels that make up the set and not to be missed.

  • Name:
    The message text:

    Other Ebook

    Miscellanea