Confusion, Elizabeth Howard
London and Sussex, 1942. The English family in turmoil . . .
During the long, dark days of war the divided Cazalets begin to find the battle for survival echoing the confusion in their own lives.
Headstrong, independent Louise surprises everyone by abandoning her dreams of the stage and making a society marriage. Unhappiness and loneliness quickly settle in. Michael seems more interested in his ship and his mother, to whom her is extraordinarily close, than in his young bride. Polly and Clary, now in their late teens, finally fulfil their ambition of living in London. But the reality is not quite as they hoped: Polly is coming to terms with the death of her mother and looking after her grieving father, while clever, sharp Clary is acutely aware she is neither beautiful like Polly nor striking like Louise - and is also the only Cazalet who seems to believe that her father might not be dead.
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