Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough

Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough: Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough is the novel that deals with the love and romance that is related with the family. The relation between the family members has always been the topic of the different novels and stories. The delicate relations are sometimes thrashed by the members when they indulge in the lust of wealth or other material gains.Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough touches upon the sensitive issues which are related to the marriages and the family issues in very convincing manner.

Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough is the thrilling and sensational novel. The author in the novel covers the very human nature and the keen desire bent on excelling others. The world of passions has its own rules and principals. These rules and principles sometimes take very serious and dangerous turns. The passions and ambitions have very cunning minds and schemes to frightened the common people and to attract the attention of the public as well as the media. The nature of the crimes is difficult to assess and to predict. Which turn it takes is not easy to understand. Well trained and well planned minds can detect the origin of the passions and the activities of the close relations.Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough is very emotional novel.

The four Latimer sisters are as close as two sets of twins can be. However, each of these vibrant young ladies has her own ambitions: Edda wants to be a doctor, Grace wants to marry, Tufts wants to never marry, and Kitty wants to be renowned for anything other than her beauty. They are famed across New South Wales for their beauty, wit, and ambition, but when they enter adulthood at the turn of the twentieth century, life offers them little opportunities. Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough can be sighted as the best novel that deals with the delicate feelings of the human beings.

Together, they decide to participate in a nursing training programme, which is a novel option for women at the time. As the Latimer sisters get engaged in hospital life and the responsibilities of their training, they are forced to make difficult choices about love, work, and what they value most. The outcomes are occasionally joyous, occasionally devastating, but always…bittersweet.

Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough

Set against the backdrop of a young and generally unruly nation, “Mccullough‘s newest is a smart and compassionate ode to family, female empowerment, and her own place, replete with comedy, wisdom, and compelling historical information.”

Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough

They encounter men from many walks of life—local farmers, professional colleagues, and even men with national positions and reputations—and each sister is forced to make difficult choices about what she loves most. The outcomes are occasionally joyous, occasionally devastating, but always…bittersweet. This dramatic coming-of-age narrative, rendered with McCullough’s customary historical accuracy, is knowledgeable in the ways of the human heart, transporting readers to a moment in history that feels foreign yet not so far away from our own. Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough comprises the characters that can be seen walking, talking and even weeping and laughing around us.

The four Latimer sisters, who are well-known across New South Wales for their beauty, wit, and ambition, have always been close and happy. They left home, however, to train as nurses, trading the feather mattresses of their father’s mansion for the austere bunks of hospital quarters. And now, as the Depression lays its shadow over Australia, they are connected by their own private ambitions while the world around them changes. Will they be able to achieve the freedom they seek?
Isn’t life, like love, always bittersweet?
‘As witty, fascinating, and down-to-earth as its four heroines,’ says one reviewer.

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With the same biological father but two mothers, the four Australian sisters in Bittersweet are comprised of two sets of twins. Edda and Grace are 20 months older than Tufts and Kitty. The four Latimer girls have their own dreams: Edda, to be a doctor; Grace, to marry; Tufts, to have a stimulating career; and Kitty, to escape the burden of being a renowned beauty. They enroll in a new program to become registered nurses at the local hospital in New South Wales, but hit roadblocks and detours that transform their goals and their relationships.

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Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough

The novel also explores the politics of the time and the growing realization that the Great Depression is real and disastrous. The first to leave school is Grace. She meets a traveling salesman and feels an immediate connection; they soon marry. But Bear, Grace’s husband, does not survive the Depression, and Grace must become her

If you’re looking for an authentic legal thriller with plenty of twists and turns, Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough is for you.

About the Writer:

Colleen McCullough was born in Australia. A neuropathologist, she established the department of neurophysiology at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney before working as a researcher and teacher at Yale Medical School for ten years. Her writing career began with the publication of Tim, followed by The Thorn Birds, a record-breaking international bestseller. She lives on Norfolk Island in the South Pacific with her husband, Ric Robinson.

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