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    Marriage to her publisher, Arthur Abbott, has done nothing to stop Barbara Buncle from involving herself in the lives of her neighbours.

    After leaving Silverstream and moving to London, Barbara and Arthur are enjoying their newly wedded bliss, but not the city life. The only solution to their problem? Returning to the country. Silverstream is out of the question, but Barbara eventually finds the perfect candidate in the town of Wandlebury.

    After falling in love with the town, and the run-down Archway House, the Abbotts move in and make it their home. Barbara doesn’t intend to get mixed up with those around her, again, but can’t help falling into those scrapes, often with humorous consequences!

    ©1936 D. E. Stevenson (P)2010 Soundings

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    • Sara
    • 25/02/2014

    A comfortable story

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    This book is a very comfortable tale of Britain between WWI and WWII. The narrator does an excellent job supplying a variety of voices to add depth to the characters. I enjoyed hearing about daily life in the 1930s. That said--this is a continuation of an earlier DE Stevenson book --Miss Buncle's Book. The reader needs to be aware that it picks up where that book ends. However, they are very different books. I found the first book to be very funny. The exchanges between the characters and their reactions to life in the village of Silverstream were at times laugh out loud hysterical. In this book the character development and exploration were more superficial and spotty. For me the humor missed the mark. It was, as I have said before, a comfortable story but a bit plodding. Less quirky and in the end less entertaining. I had expected and looked forward to a continuation of the story telling style of the first book, it just never happened. Still--all in all --a pleasant listen.

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    • Jerri C
    • 23/05/2010

    Even better

    I very much enjoyed the audiobook version of Miss Buncle's Book, so was delighted to find Patricia Gallimore's reading of the sequel, Miss Buncle Married. I was delighted to discover that she did an even better job reading this book than the first in the series! The characters come to life, and take the listener to the English Village of Wandlebury, where we and Miss Buncle, now Mrs Abbott, get to meet her new neighbors and experience village life to the full.

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    • Constance
    • 18/02/2011

    Charming, funny, gentle yet witty story

    This charming English village story is only a very little less witty than the first book of the series, Miss Buncle's Book, which sets the bar almost unfairly high for this genre. Elegantly crafted, delightful and amusing story chronicles Miss Buncle's happy marriage to her publisher from the previous book, a village romance, and the interactions of various quirky folks in Miss B's circle. It is a "nice" story but NOT insipid! If you like Jane Austen and Mrs. Gaskell you will enjoy this well-narrated tale.

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    • Harriet
    • 03/06/2012

    I love Miss Buncle!

    This is just a great fun story! THere is a little romance and just good clean english fun. Life in a small village. Ms. Stevenson really does a great job with character development. I found that once I start listening I don't want the story to end. I think Miss Buncle is someone that most of us can sort of identify with. This is a book that the children and I can comfortably listen to while working together on some kitchen project or riding along in the car. I did have to buy the next book in the series almost immediately to find out what happened next.

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    • Mama C
    • 19/06/2010

    A Disappointment

    I was looking forward to the second book in the series as I enjoyed "Miss Buncle's Book" very much. This book lacks the plot movement which kept the first book interesting. I bored of it by half-way, and barely finish the book.

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    • Holly
    • 25/07/2010

    Delicious prose...

    This delightful narration of a book that actually makes me laugh out loud comes warmly recommended. The narrator does a superb job at capturing male and female characters in a convincing manner. The plot is fun and the setting is quintessentially English. I wish I could spend my summer vacation in Wandlebury with the Abbotts coming to tea.

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    • Robin
    • 18/03/2014

    Engaging at times

    I found this book to be much the same as the first in the series ... Engaging at times, but, for the most part, nether here nor there. Some interesting character ideas, but never really gets off the ground. I would not recommend this series, even though I do read books of this time period.

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    • TiffanyD
    • 10/10/2019

    Cozy Charmer—but read Miss Buncle's Book first

    You'll follow along much better if you already know the backstory of Miss Buncle's Book so definitely read that one first, especially as it is equally charming. The sequel is more of the same: quaint English village, eccentric characters, amusing misunderstandings, low-stakes drama. Nothing life-altering, but a relaxing and enjoyable tale. The narrator definitely leans towards Barbara's voice, but manages to do pretty well by all of the characters.

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    • bebe
    • 19/05/2018

    Great sequel to Miss Buncle's Book

    Miss Buncle is a wonderful character and I loved the first book. Now she is married to Arthur, her publisher, and lives in the city. They would prefer to live in a smaller quieter place so they begin to look for the perfect house and location. Miss Buncle finds it and settles in with the people in the village. She makes friends easily and continues to be a wonderful loving person. This is a soothing character and book. There are no major or dramatic events but the story is so interesting and drew me in completely. It is a great sequel to a great book. Arthur is a good addition. He is as kind as Miss Buncle and they deserve each other.

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    • Andrew
    • 22/08/2022

    Charming Tale

    D. E. Stevenson is a new author to me-I wish I’d know about her years ago. This charming, comical tale is set in 1930s England, and kept me laughing and entertained from beginning to end. It is the sweet tale of Miss Buncle, now married and living in a new town, where she spreads her guileless charm and mishaps among the inhabitants.