CHARACTERS Milk Fever 107

SUMMARY Milk Fever

CHARACTERS Milk Fever 107 · ❰EPUB❯ ✹ Milk Fever Author Lissa M. Cowan – Citybreakscheap.co.uk In 1789 Armande a wet nurse who is known for the mystical ualities of her breast milk goes missing Céleste a cunning servant girl who Armande once saved from shame and starvation sets out to find her In Armande a wet nurse who is known for theEPUB Milk Fever Author Lissa M. Cowan Citybreakscheap.co.uk In 1789 Armande a wet nurse who is known for the mystical ualities of her breast milk goes missing Céleste a cunning servant girl who Armande once saved from shame and starvation sets out to find her In Armande a wet nurse who is known for the mystical.

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Ve her from those plotting to steal the wisdom of her milk Milk Fever is a rich and inspired tale set on the eve of the French Revolution a delicious peek into this age s history The story explores the fight for womens rights and the rise in clandestine literature laying bare sexuality the nature of love and the magic of books to transform lives.

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Milk FeverUalities of her breast milk goes missing Céleste a cunning servant girl who Armande once saved from shame and starvation sets out to find her A snuffbox found in the snow the unexpected arrival of a gentleman and the discovery of the wet nurse’s diary deepen the mystery Using Armande’s diary as a map to her secret past Céleste fights to sa.

CHARACTERS Milk Fever 107 Lissa M Cowan grew up climbing trees cloud watching and pretending she was sick so she could stay home from school and read booksShe has been writing and telling stories since she was six years old and has received awards for her writing from the University of Victoria’s Writing Department and from The Banff Centre She is an alumna of The Banff Centre and The Victoria School of Writing She h.

4 Comments on "CHARACTERS Milk Fever 107"

  • Julie

    CHARACTERS Milk Fever 107 Milk FeverMilk Fever by Lissa M Cowan is a 2013 Demeter publication I was provided a copy of this book exchange for an honest reviewThis novel is set at the cusp of the French Revolution Armande is a gentlewoman that become


  • Adriana

    CHARACTERS Milk Fever 107 Milk FeverMilk Fever by Lissa M Cowan starts with Céleste a young girl meeting a peddler and I wondered if they were to meet again somewhere else In France 2 years later she is with Armande a wet nurse who enjoyed reading even when a baby was at her breast Most wet nurses did not read Armande’s time was coming to an end the baby was being weaned off breast milk Before Armande left ; she asked the Master if she could take Céleste with her Thereon Céleste learns how to read and writeI really enjoyed reading the parts where Armande demonstrated her talents as people arrived


  • Jaclyn

    CHARACTERS Milk Fever 107 Milk FeverI liked the idea behind this book a wet nurse whose milk is deemed to have magical powers is summoned by the king and then goes missing likely to avoid whatever it is the king needed her for The story is told by her protege who goes to find her There are feminist elements to this historical story the wet nurse Armande teaches the servant girl Celeste to read despite women not supposed to be educated and there are uestions raised about freedom to choose the wet nurse's mysterious power is linked to the very essence of traditional femininity the power to provide life and nourish the young yet this power should not obligate her to become a mere milk machine for the public So there are things about this story that I likedI just couldn't get through the book I'm not sure if it was the slow pacing or the writing style but I was just really bored And by th


  • Reader

    CHARACTERS Milk Fever 107 Milk FeverI was in a bank a few weeks ago and a lady paid a nice compliment to my tote bag She turned out to be Lissa who told me she's a writer One of her books Milk Fever is a historical novel and surely I wanted to read itI try to put Milk Fever in its place and time and did get some enjoyment in reading it IMO since the beginning of time superstition ignorance and illiteracy have always been the best of friends Boy the destruction that unholy trio caused throughout the ages They often take up arms against reason telling themselves they are everything that is reasonable righteous and knowledgeable Therefore assuming the proverbial ultimat