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 Post subject: Re: Lucy/Chesters etc
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Thank you.
Phew!! And I thought reading involved only reading. Here I have to write down or else I will not understand.


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 Post subject: Re: Lucy/Chesters etc
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mohini wrote:
Thank you.
Phew!! And I thought reading involved only reading. Here I have to write down or else I will not understand.


My brain hurts - maybe I could borrow Spock's brain?

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 Post subject: Re: Lucy/Chesters etc
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I once did a chart of all the inter-related families in the EJO Abbey books and the connected series, which makes the La Rochelle families look relatively straightforward. By the end of the series you can link almost all the major characters in the books by blood relation, marriage, or guardianship.

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jennifer wrote:
I once did a chart of all the inter-related families in the EJO Abbey books and the connected series, which makes the La Rochelle families look relatively straightforward. By the end of the series you can link almost all the major characters in the books by blood relation, marriage, or guardianship.


I've seen the family trees that EJO herself did for the Kane family - really complicated, and shows her changing her mind so that the hint of illegitimacy in Secrets of Vairy was less apparent.

If you would like a copy of the booklet I did with Family Trees for all the main EJO characters, PM me.

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If you would like a copy of the booklet I did with Family Trees for all the main EJO characters, PM me.


I should have been clearer that this is the booklet that we sell as the EJO Society for £2.00 plus post. If people still would like it, PM me their postal address, and I will send - I take PayPal, or am happy with cheque.

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