Unseen Things Above
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Sep 15, 2019 - 14:41 PM By CatherineFox

Who will be the next bishop of Lindchester That s what everyone s been asking since bishop Paul Henderson resigned in haste and a whiff of scandal Unseen Things Above rejoins our friends in the diocese as they address themselves to the labyrinthine process of appointing his replacement When they aren t arguing about love and marriage, that is Should Jane renounce her fWho will be the next bishop of Lindchester That s what everyone s been asking since bishop Paul Henderson resigned in haste and a whiff of scandal Unseen Things Above rejoins our friends in the diocese as they address themselves to the labyrinthine process of appointing his replacement When they aren t arguing about love and marriage, that is Should Jane renounce her feminist orthodoxy and wed the manly archdeacon Could Father Ed defy the House of Bishops and marry Neil And how many hearts will start atrembling when the gorgeous but volatile Freddie May returns to the Cathedral Close Come, dear reader, and clamber once again onto the liturgical rollercoaster Travel from Easter to Advent with bishops, archbishops, and all the company of Lindchester Hang on to your hat as you re whirled through ups and downs and twists of plot There are unseen things above, all right But if you manage to open your eyes, the view from the top is glorious.
  • Title: Unseen Things Above
  • Author: CatherineFox
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  • Page: 131
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Damaskcat Sep 15, 2019 - 14:41 PM
I really enjoyed this author's previous book about Lindchester - Acts and Omissions - so I was looking forward to this one. I wasn't disappointed as it has all the sparkle and wit of its predecessor. The main event which dominates the story is the choosing of a new Bishop following Bishop Paul's unexpected resignation at the end of the previous book. Naturally rumours are rife and everyone has their preferred candidate.But what about Matt and Jane? Ed and Neil? Can Lindchester cope with the poss [...]
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Helen Sep 15, 2019 - 14:41 PM
Loved it. I read her earlier works when they originally appeared and was sorry when she seemed to go out of print, and was intrigued by her idea of publishing online in instalments, so the new books appear rather like serialised Victorian novels, which is quite fitting as they are in a Trollopian tradition (Barchester is not far away). This is the Church of England in the 21st century, moving towards accepting women in senior positions and the marriage of gay couples, but not quite there yet - a [...]
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Jan Jones Sep 15, 2019 - 14:41 PM
Another book by Catherine Fox that I enjoyed just as much reading it the second time around. This is the sequel to her splendid Acts and Omissions, with many of the same characters and a good handful of new ones to add an extra dimension to the mix. (Oh, plus a few very old ones that I was delighted to see making an appearance.) I love the developing storylines and the way the characters deepen the more we know them. Challenging themes, a bit of heartbreak - and lots of love. Perfect.
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Sarah Maguire Sep 15, 2019 - 14:41 PM
This didn't engage me as much as the first book in the series. It felt hastily done and as though we were only being told half the story or a summarised version of the story. A few times I looked back, convinced I must have missed something but no, important plot points were just delivered in summary, in past tense. Despite apparent liberal credentials, the tendency of the plot was towards the bolstering of convention and not upsetting any ecclesiastical applecarts. I don't think I shall be read [...]
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Jenny Sep 15, 2019 - 14:41 PM
A worthy follow-up to the wondrous first novel in this series. It’s been a long time since I was so attached to fictional characters in the way that I became attached to the residents of Lindchester, but I think that says a lot for Catherine Fox’s gift of making her characters seem alive and real, in a way that many other novels do not manage.A hilarious and relaxing read sure to put a smile on your face!
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Judy Ford Sep 15, 2019 - 14:41 PM
A worthy addition to the Lindchester Chronicles.
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GeraniumCat Sep 15, 2019 - 14:41 PM
Loved it every bit as much as the first in the trilogy.
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Helen Cannam Sep 15, 2019 - 14:41 PM
My introduction to Catherine Fox was through 'Acts and Omissions', which I loved so much that I went on to read all her other, rather different 'Anglican' novels, while waiting impatiently for 'Unseen Things Above'. One of the joys of these two later books is to find people from the earlier novels popping up in them, along with the new characters I have come to know and love. These two later novels are funnier than the early ones, very different in style and tone, and yet as much concerned with [...]
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Stephen Hancock Sep 15, 2019 - 14:41 PM
Am sad to be finishing this book. Have glutted myself (how else to describe reading such rich, and occasionally fruity prose, leavened with poetry) on Catherine Fox's works over the last few months. This novel ends with the O Antiphons being sung in the run up to Christmas, so to finish it on Christmas Day seems fitting.The great thing about all of Fox's works (and this is no exception) is for all the fact that they are, to a certain degree 'cassock rippers', or at least suggest that beneath pri [...]
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Amanda Sep 15, 2019 - 14:41 PM
More from Lindchester and the surrounding towns and villages. Our favorite characters are back, and there are even a few new people to meet. Father Wendy has a new walking companion, Pedro.Ex-Bishop Paul Henderson makes the briefest of visits. There is a new villain, as well as an appearance of the muck-raking journalist from the first book.I wish it was possible to visit Lindchester and meet my favorite members of the Close and surroundings. I could drink with Matt and Jane, take a nice walk wi [...]
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Trish Sep 15, 2019 - 14:41 PM
Having read Acts and Omissions I was keen to find out what happened next and I wasn't disappointed. Moral dilemmas abound as we follow the clergy of Lindchester through the church year.F words abound, but they are apt and I wasn't offended. I got lost among the large crowd of characters, which the dramatis personae at the front didn't really help me out with. But the main characters are so human and recognisable that this didn't matter.
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Unseen Things Above By CatherineFox Who will be the next bishop of Lindchester That s what everyone s been asking since bishop Paul Henderson resigned in haste and a whiff of scandal Unseen Things Above rejoins our friends in the diocese as they address themselves to the labyrinthine process of appointing his replacement When they aren t arguing about love and marriage, that is Should Jane renounce her fWho will be the next bishop of Lindchester That s what everyone s been asking since bishop Paul Henderson resigned in haste and a whiff of scandal Unseen Things Above rejoins our friends in the diocese as they address themselves to the labyrinthine process of appointing his replacement When they aren t arguing about love and marriage, that is Should Jane renounce her feminist orthodoxy and wed the manly archdeacon Could Father Ed defy the House of Bishops and marry Neil And how many hearts will start atrembling when the gorgeous but volatile Freddie May returns to the Cathedral Close Come, dear reader, and clamber once again onto the liturgical rollercoaster Travel from Easter to Advent with bishops, archbishops, and all the company of Lindchester Hang on to your hat as you re whirled through ups and downs and twists of plot There are unseen things above, all right But if you manage to open your eyes, the view from the top is glorious.

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