Home to Roost: Putting Down Roots in Cornwall

Home to Roost: Putting Down Roots in Cornwall

Tessa Hainsworth / Jul 17, 2019

Home to Roost Putting Down Roots in Cornwall Home to Roost Seagulls in the Attic left Tessa thrilled as Annie her best friend from London fell in love and married a local Cornishman Tessa and her husband are delighted when a new young couple a

  • Title: Home to Roost: Putting Down Roots in Cornwall
  • Author: Tessa Hainsworth
  • ISBN: 9781848093751
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Home to Roost Seagulls in the Attic left Tessa thrilled as Annie, her best friend from London, fell in love and married a local Cornishman Tessa and her husband are delighted when a new young couple arrive in the village fresh from the city However what looks such a promising new friendship turns to a nightmare Full description

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    517 Comments

    1. I hate giving poor reviews! I truly do, so I will start with the bad. I found the book to be incredibly tedious and anti-climatic. I didn't enjoy how it felt like words and words were filling the page rather than telling a story (Though that could have been my own intense apathy for it). It all felt a bit vacuous, it never seemed to reach any depth with me. I believe I couldn't gel with it because it all seemed a bit too idyllic. It seemed too starry eyed to be biography (nothing true has no gri [...]



    2. I hate to put it in print--however I found the book very underwhelming. Not a great deal of substance and at times very tedious and boring. With so much other literature to read why bother with this one? Almost like a series of school essays.


    3. The author narrates the story from her perspective as a postwoman who is finally setting down amidst the Cornish villagers, and - at last - being accepted as one of them. She has a pleasant, light style that makes this an easy and relaxing read; it's descriptive, and gentle, and would probably appeal to anyone who knows anything about Cornwall or village life in general. There are far more characters on Tessa's round - many of them a little eccentric - than I could keep track of, although it did [...]


    4. Having read all three of Tessa's books in this series I would say that this third book is not as good as the first but better than the second. After I read the first book (Up with the larks) I enjoyed it so much that two weeks later I borrowed both the second and third books from the library at the same time. After reading the second book (Seagulls in the attic) I wasn't that impressed and admit that if I hadn't already borrowed the third book then I probably wouldn't have bothered. As I had alr [...]


    5. Having settled down in Cornwall, Tessa Hainsworth once again takes the reader onto a journey through her daily life far from her former London home. Home To Roost presents her third year on the Cornish coast and postie Tessa has evidently blended in comfortably into the community, much unlike another family from the big city which apparently isn't cut out for the country life at all.Part memoir, part journal, this book can be best described as a cozy mystery - you get all the quirky characters o [...]


    6. Have found this series of books written by Tessa Hainsworth a joy to read, with really realistic descriptions of life in a village in Cornwall. I speak as someone who was brought up in Cornwall from the age of 10 till I was 23, so I do know what it was like for my family to fit in with the Cornish life.Her tales of her adventures and work as a 'postie' also rang very true, as did her characters. A joy to read


    7. I have read all 3 of the books written by Tessa Hainsworth about her move from London to the Cornish seaside and I have thoroughly enjoyed them all. So much so I recommended them to Mick and he is enjoying reading the first book.




    8. this one is a bit boring. i skip some of the narratives. but i still love tessa's book and i'm waiting for her next one.





    9. This is the third book in the series about Tessa who leaves London with her family and settles in Cornwall. She is a postwoman. I loved all these books about her new life and the people she meets.



    10. Not my usual kind of book but have to say I have thoroughly enjoyed all 3. Really good books about a change of life & of fitting in in rural Cornwall.


    11. Thoroughly enjoyable, easy to read and a great third book. I loved meeting the same characters and finding out what had happened to them since Seagulls in the Attic.



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