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it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Eva's teaching career is seriously, and humorously, on the rocks. She loves her job, but is finding it harder by the minute to take her employer seriously. More and more Eva takes refuge in her mother's home city of Prague. She finds its cultural roots go back further than she could ever have imagined. As she shambles and laughs her way through school, Eva delves into the ...more
Paperback, 346 pages
Published February 10th 2011 by Grosvenor House Publishing Limited
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Brenda Parker
Feb 25, 2014 Brenda Parker rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Moldavite is an intriguing novel - a journey which begins in medieval Prague - a city at the heart of Bohemia with its unique source of the eponymous green gemstone laid down by a meteorite at the dawn of history. Eva, the protagonist, has an instinctive affinity to the city where her own mother was born. In modern Britain this is at odds with her burgeoning career in a prestigious girls' boarding school with its hierarchy and its eccentricities, which Meira Eliot describes with an irresistible ...more
Brenda Parker
Mar 07, 2014 Brenda Parker rated it it was amazing
Moldavite is an intriguing novel - a journey which begins in medieval Prague - a city at the heart of Bohemia with its unique source of the eponymous green gemstone laid down by a meteorite at the dawn of history. Eva, the protagonist, has an instinctive affinity to the city where her own mother was born. In modern Britain this is at odds with her burgeoning career in a prestigious girls' boarding school with its hierarchy and its eccentricities, which Meira Eliot describes with an irresistible ...more
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Born in North Yorkshire in England, I have spent most of my life in the Czech Republic and Germany, working as a teacher and translator. Always a bookworm, I gradually realized that writing is my true vocation. My favorite kind of writing is humorous and involves some kind of mystery or imagination. All my work is available on Amazon:
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