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10 thoughts on “The Ivy Tree

  1. says:

    Deception and hidden identity are at the heart of this 1961 Mary Stewart novel Mary Gray travels from Canada to Northumberland in northern England.There she s accosted on Hadrian s wall, in the middle of nowhere, by an extremely handsome but very hostile guy, Con Winslow Con is certain that she s his long lost relative, Annabel Winslow, and threatens her Once she convinces him that she s not Annabel, it occurs to Con that it would be very useful to him to have Mary pretend to be Annabel, who disappeared eight years ago and is believed to be dead, in order to fool Annabel s ailing grandfather into willing the Winslow property and money to the false Annabel, if not to Con himself Mary, destitute and at loose ends, agrees to the impersonation plot And so begins a dangerous deception, soon complicated by the arrival of a neighbor, Adam, with whom Annabel had fallen in love so many years ago.The ivy tree of the title is an old oak tree on the Winslow property that is covered with ivy Here a giant oak stood It had been originally on the inside o...


  2. says:

    I have been thinking about this book this morning my star rating veered all over the place until I finally settled on a four.There is a lot to love about this book, especially the descriptions of scenery mystery it was a page turner, that kept me interested until the end While I wasn t sure who the heroine really was till near the finish, I also wasn t sure who the love interest was the romance was sparse, even by Stewart s standards In fact, two of the secondary characters have a interesting romance I was interested in it s outcome.As always with Stewart there is another character in the book Fortunately he didn t appear as much later in the book At one stage I was wondering how Mary Anabel could even see where she was going through the constant haze of smoke view spoiler another book is referenced While Brat Farrar is a ...


  3. says:

    i admit i have a weakness for all that wuthers, so i really enjoyed this it s got everything you need to make your own gothic romance playset, so it s a little predictable, but it s a quick read and perfectly acceptable i.e not to be ashamed of escapist fiction plus, they reissued them in these nice trees and moors covers, which means the old, bad romance looking ones are gone for good when i was reading that damn nora roberts book, i was very much aware of its physical presence i don t have a very big embarrassment button, but there was something about reading it in public that added a layer onto the experience of it, because i am not usually aware of how i am perceived unless i am acting in a completely unacceptable way and i have also a broad tolerance for what is acceptable but i felt watched and judged which ...


  4. says:

    This might well be the most cleverly and tightly plotted of all Mary Stewart s romance mystery novels and alone among her novels this is the only one with a seemingly unreliable narrator When we first meet Mary Grey, she is enjoying the early morning sun and of course having a smoke in the fine spring air near Hadrian s Wall.The second hand smoke doesn t seem to bother the lambs.What I loved most was the skill with which Mary Stewart kept me in suspense about who Mary really is while leading me to sometimes sympathize and sometimes doubt her integrity and kind heart I instinctively liked Mary but did I dare trust her Then there was the handsome Irish cousin and various other love interests who wander over the horizons Can they be trusted Who should I root for The plot thickens as family members appear an ailing grandfather with land and money to pass on, a poor relation with a jealous eye, a cousin with her own love problems, various sharp eyed gos...


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    I ve been kind of putting off writing a review for this I guess it s because I didn t enjoy it quite as much as the other Stewart books I ve read There was no exciting car chases or exotic locations The hero was a real dud for me I always felt like the author was holding information back, which always sends out lots of flags You can always see that there is going be a big twist at the end when information is being withheld, especially when it s in first person.That s not to say it was bad As always, Mary Stewart writes wonderfully The ending was exciting and the book had a nice gothy atmosphere to it.I m giving The Ivy Tree stars After all, most Mary Stewart books are better than your average mystery I just wasn t as captivated by any of the...


  6. says:

    I was so enad of Mary Stewart s writing when I was a teenager that I would hide when I read them so that I could pretend not to hear my older sister calling me to do chores I am almost that enchanted with them this second time around, but it is now a husband who keeps trying to pry me away.The Ivy Tree can easily be placed among my favorites of the mystery romances It is complicated enough to keep you guessing and every time you think you have figured it out for sure, Mary Stewart makes you guess again It is based on a fairly common device, the virtual twin stranger who impersonates the real heiress, but while the device might be common the writing and the deft handling of the situation is not On a trip to Northumberland, Mary Grey of Canada is assailed by a handsome, but somewhat frightening, Connor Winslow, who mistakes her for his cousin, Annabel, who has been missing and believed dead for some eight years At loose ends and down on her luck, Mary is persuaded to impersonate the aforesaid Annabel and help Connor get the inheritance he is in his eyes entitled to What ensues is a thrilling, twisting ride in the style that only Mary Stewart can conjure Few writers can engage all the senses in their writing, but for me Mary Stewart does this consistently I was very still Close overhead I heard the scratch and rattle on the sloping roof tiles, then the throaty murmur as the pigeons settl...


  7. says:

    While not my personal favorite in the Stewart pantheon, The Ivy Tree is still a well executed and cleverly plotted suspense novel from the queen of romantic suspense, and deserves every one of my 4 stars It s been a while since I first read this, so while I remembered the main jist of the story for this re read, there was even I had forgotten, which was ok It s hard to review this book, because to say almost anything about the plot or the characters might spoil the tale for new comers So,...


  8. says:

    This is the third novel by Mary Stewart I ve read in the past few months and my least favourite so far It lacks in a number of departments Firstly, although the novel is nominally set around Hadrian s Wall in Northumberland, the setting could just as easily have been any rural England location with horses Some early references to the Wall and a theme involving a search for Roman ruins provide the totality of the Northumberland scene setting While the descriptive writing is excellent, it doesn t evoke a strong sense of place in the same way as the south of France is evoked in Madam, Will You Talk or Corfu is evoked in This Rough Magic Thirdly, while the action appears to take place around the time the novel was published that is, in 1961 , there is little in the text to place it within that time period, with the notable exceptions of a heroine who smokes like a chimney and some very dubious gender politics Thirdly, the characters are two dimensional and I found it difficult to care about any of them, other than a secondary character, Donald, of whom I wish I had seen Fourthly, the twist in the tale was, I thought, patently obvious from early on I kept hoping that I was wrong about this and I expected some...


  9. says:

    I read this the first time in junior high I had discovered her books through the Moonspinners, first on the Wonderful World of Disney, with Hayley Mills and the lovely Peter McEnery, upon whom I had a crush Movie was fun, but the books, oh, the bookswith those I have had a life long love affair After I tracked down the aforementioned book, I discovered some very unprepossessing looking books on my mother s bookshelves which turned out to be several of Mary Stewart s novels, including this one I was in heaven I have read and re read these books over these years for comfort, and they have seen me through some tough times I just read Brat Farrar by Josephine T...


  10. says:

    If you were asked to step into someone else s shoes BE that person, could you do it Would you do it This was Mary Grey s first dilemma, one which she resolved by agreeing to the plot suggested by a strange woman she talked with in the town of Newcastle But is the plan really as simple as it seems Is Mary Grey who she says she is Is Connor nothing than a darkly handsome stranger or something quite different What exactly is an ivy tree And, most importantly, is scene stealing Tommy really Tommy I had great fun with this book I am so glad to have rediscovered Mary Stewart This one has earned second favorite statu...


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