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Nts to feed tired and hungry Londoners during WWII Maggie Johnson seems close to realising a long held dreamNavigating a constant tangle of government red tape Maggie's Kitchen finally opens its doors to the public and Maggie finds that she has a most unexpected problem Her restaurant has become so popular that she simply can't find enough food to keep up with the de. This review also appears on my blog seems that there are many compelling stories to draw out of World War II which Caroline Beecham explores in her debut novel Maggie s Kitchen Maggie s Kitchen draws our awareness to the existence of government restaurants in wartime Britain that were formed in a bid to ensure London residents were provided with hot meals in a time of food rationing Maggie s Kitchen is about one woman Maggie Johnson as she strives to make a difference during the perilous times of the BlitzMaggie s Kitchen is a delightful novel that I really enjoyed Although the time period and main setting is fairly grim Beecham lightens the mood with her approach to the central plot and her selection of characters I immediately took a liking to Maggie in fact I greatly admired her efforts and sense of resourcefulness in the face of adversity Maggie is a woman who has an air of sadness and loss Her fianc died in the war and conseuently her dreams of opening her own restaurant are put on hold However when Maggie answers government calls to help feed the London community her aspirations to open her own restaurant are reignited The road to working in her own restaurant isn t easy for Maggie Beecham uses this plot angle as leverage to make the reader aware of the pertinent issues of the time These issues include food supply problems and various bureaucratic intervention that threatens the success of the government initiated restaurants Maggie is a determined young woman and the reader is able to witness her growth as a person in the progression of the novel as she finds the courage to rise above the challenges put in front of her Maggie is a worthy heroine and a memorable character but she is also supported by a set of secondary characters who are eually likeable From the little street boy Robbie to the Polish immigrant Janek as well as Maggie s work colleagues each is presented a way that the reader does genuinely care about their wellbeing The overall tone of the novel is just so warm and engaging as well as relatable reflecting the day to day stories of life in wartime Britain I really did love a couple of extras that were included in this book The first was the uotes that adorn many of the chapter openings of the book These uotes gave perfect insight into the thoughts of time as many relate to the food restrictions placed on the British in this era Secondly there is the inclusion of a good selection of recipes at the end of the novel inspired by Maggie s Kitchen It was a reminder of the meals I recall my Grandmother sharing with me which gave me a wonderful sense of nostalgia as I read the recipesMaggie s Kitchen is a novel that is easy to settle into kick back and enjoy An original wartime story with a hint of romance that I absolutely recommend

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Amid the heartbreak and danger of London in the Blitz of WWII Maggie Johnson finds her courage in friendship and foodThey might all travel the same scarred and shattered streets on their way to work but once they entered Maggie's Kitchen it was somehow as if the rest of the world didn't existWhen the British Ministry of Food urgently calls for the opening of restaura. The year is 1941 in London and Maggie Johnson is trying to come to terms with the passing of her fianc Peter If dealing with her grief isn t enough Maggie and everyone around her are in danger as they do their best to keep safe from the war that is going on around themMaggie spent her days working in factory kitchens but working under Mr Ferguson was not pleasant and Maggie desperately wanted to start up something on her own as she d invariably had a love for cooking and food And then when the British Ministry of Food had openings for restaurants to feed the people of London Maggie jumps at the chance But with so much government red tape to go through will Maggie s dream come true Aussie author Caroline Beecham has written a BRILLIANT story which I thoroughly loved Maggie s Kitchen is such a marvelous historical novel With thanks to Goodreads for my copy to read and review HIGHLY RECOMMENDED


About the Author: Caroline Beecham

Caroline is a British born Australian based author with 20 years experience as a writer and producer in film and television She has worked on a documentary about Princess Diana lookalikes a series about journeys to the ends of the earth as well as a feature film about finding the end of the rainbow While she has done none of these things herself she has discovered that she loves to write and



10 thoughts on “Maggies Kitchen

  1. says:

    The year is 1941 in London and Maggie Johnson is trying to come to terms with the passing of her fiancé Peter If dealing with her grief isn't enough Maggie and everyone around her are in danger as they do their best to keep safe from the war that is going on around themMaggie spent her days working in factory kitchens but working under Mr Ferguson was not pleasant and Maggie desperately wanted to start up som

  2. says:

    London 1941 and Maggie Johnson was struggling with than just her grief over the loss of her fiancé Peter The constant drone of enemy aircraft the mad dash to the bomb shelters then the horror of what Maggie and her shelter companions would find once they were free to move around again – it was hard to remain

  3. says:

    The year is 1941 The place is London Maggie Johnson is still trying to come to terms with the death of her fiancé Peter killed in action Part of her is holding out hope that the information is wrong Meanwhile she gets on with doing

  4. says:

    This review also appears on my blog seems that there are many compelling stories to draw out of World War II which Caroline Beecham explores in her debut novel Maggie’s Kitchen Maggie’s Kitchen draws our awareness to the existence of government restaurants in wartime Britain that were formed in a bid to ensure London residents were provi

  5. says:

    25 StarsThe badFar too much tell and not enough show The story is very slow and takes forever to get going and w

  6. says:

    This book was such a delight Not too heavy on the Historical Fiction and there's a hint of RomanceChick lit in it too The

  7. says:

    Tender heartbreaking and intriguing Maggie’s Kitchen serves up a slice of wartime life I haven’t before seen in a book Feeding the masses with tight restrictions applied by bureaucracy called for resourcefulness and Maggie has buckets of that She’s a wonderful character full of warmth and compassion but

  8. says:

    Maggie's Kitchen by Caroline Beecham is easy to read and extremely well writtenIt tells the story of Maggie opening her kitchen during the time of warWhen bravery can be found in the most unlikely placesThe British Ministry for Food urgently calls for the opening of restaurants to feed tired and hungry Londoners during

  9. says:

    A Heart warming read that shows how WWII brought a nation together from creative recipes to taking in those in

  10. says:

    Find reviews at wwwwithwickedwordblogspotcomau Okay so initially the combination of a wartime setting mixed with the idea of cooking began to hit the snooze button in my brain I could tell from the get go that this book wasn't going to be my cup of teaBut it's a beautiful thing when a book opens up your mind to new genres and new experiences Just like Maggie's Kitchen did for me How amazing it is to become less closed off to certain genres

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