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The Seed Woman by author Petra Durst-Benning is a historical fiction based on the seed traders of Switzerland in It opens with the scene of Friedhelm Schwarz, a seed trader after he has won big at a game of cards in a tavern.
He knows it is time to start home to his village of Gonningen located at the foot of the Swabian Mountains in Switzerland.
Friedhelm has a wife and daughter at home hoping he will be home before Christmas. Seraphine is his beautiful daughter who is very talented with The Seed Woman by author Petra Durst-Benning is a historical fiction based on the seed traders of Switzerland in Seraphine is his beautiful daughter who is very talented with her paints, dreamy prose, and her needle.
She is preparing for her upcoming wedding to Helmut Kerner, a son of one of the richest men in the village. She often talks to her Star Fairy and makes up fanciful stories of how she came to be living with such a poor family.
Her mother Ilse is disillusioned with Friedhelm and his gambling and drinking away the profits of their work.
The next scene opens with Hannah, a traveler from Nuremberg who has come to the village of Gonningen to find Helmut Kerner. She must find him and let him know he is the father of her unborn child.
When she checks in to The Sun to stay for a few nights while she seeks for Helmut, she hears talk of Helmut Kerners soon marriage to Seraphine in three weeks.
Hannah panics and resolves to find and convince Helmut to marry her as soon as possible. The saga of these hard-working people and their daily lives is filled with emotional turbulence.
The conflicts of Hannah and Seraphine is like a strange tug-of-war over the affections of Helmut.
The reader will hurt for the other Kerner brother, Valentin as he is so ill treated by Seraphine. There is a lot of emotional day-to-day interaction in this story which is all very good.
For me the ending only hinted at closure. It was a bit disappointing because it did not clearly resolve an integral decision between Valentin and Seraphine, and Margarita After reading the Glassblowers Trilogy I was looking for ward to this book.
The Seed Woman wasn't quite as good. Feb 19, Heather Coker rated it liked it. I struggled to feel connected to the characters at all.
Jan 31, Paula Spencer rated it it was amazing. Yet another corker from Petra. This is my 7th book by Petra that I have read.
They have been read consecutively because after starting the first, I have been hooked by her style of writing.
The topics she chooses all centre around strong independent women. They are however not boringly the same, they are exciting and well researched.
They all turn into wonderful love stories as well and they always make me smile and even tear up!
This novel, The Seed Woman, is also set in Germany and takes you on Yet another corker from Petra. This novel, The Seed Woman, is also set in Germany and takes you on a wonderful journey of two women, although Hannah is the leading lady, Seraphin also plays a large part always trying to get Helmut back.
Valentin shouldn't be overlooked either as he is the scorned love after all. Without going into too much detail all I am willing to say is this, If you haven't already read any of Petra Durst-Benning's books then pick one up, and have a literary duvet day.
You could do a lot worse! Now I'm off to read number 8. Watch this space I have really been enjoying this two book series. It is a story about merchants who live in a town that trades and sells seeds to designated territories in midth century Europe.
The seed traders collect seeds of crops and flowers and then provide them to customers in their territory. The story is really brought to life by the family, including their two sons, and a town that are involved in this trade.
Two young women add some color to the story as they marry into this family and into this wa I have really been enjoying this two book series.
Two young women add some color to the story as they marry into this family and into this way of life.
I listened to this book on Audible and found the story to be well-read and well-told. I am anxiously looking forward to book two.
A part of history that I did not know anything about and well told. One of the characters is absolutely awful and I wonder if there was a bit of a motivation and underbelly that did not quite come through in translation.
Sep 26, Amy Gennaro rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction. Jan 19, Christie rated it liked it Shelves: giveaways-or-freebies , kindle.
Although I didn't like Seraphine's character, I felt like her experiences and thoughts were insightful, despite at times being disturbing.
But she just got worse and worse and brought Hannah down with her until the two were just squabbling all the time. The historical aspects and setting were interesting, especially the seed-selling, but I couldn't get past the things I found annoying to the point of really enjoying this book.
May 20, Monica rated it it was ok. This was a lengthy story that went nowhere. Poor excuse for an ending- very disappointing.
The descriptive details about the culture of the seed people was interesting and that was all. It felt like the author was trying to create the story on the go and it went on and on with no depth to the story.
Oct 25, Sue Becker rated it did not like it. Dissapointing This book was very disappointing compared to previous novels.
It seemed to be nothing more than a romance novel as compared to Durst-Benning's other historical novels.
Full review here. I received this book from the publisher in exchange for review. Set in Gonningen, a village in the Swabian Mountains of Germany where seed trading is the main source of income for its residents in the s.
A young woman, Hannah Brettschneider, travels from Nuremberg to find Helmut Kerner, the eldest son of the wealthy Kerner family. Helmut quickly marries Hannah and eventually Valentin, his brother, marries Seraphine as he has long loved her despite her affections for his brother.
As everyone lives under one roof, jealousy and manipulations begin as the brothers plan to expand their business into other regions.
Hannah begins to show interest in the seed trade and offer new ways to conduct business. Will they listen to Hannah, an outsider, and try her new methods?
Will the business flourish? I labored through this book. Pushing myself to finish it. The details of the regions and the seed trade are extensive and beautiful.
I liked Hannah as the hardworking outsider who shows the village that there are other ways to do things. And she was the only character I liked.
I do not recommend The Seed Woman. It is one of those historical novels where the historical details are extensive with very little or unexciting action.
The Seed Woman is available in paperback and eBook Jan 23, Gayle England rated it it was amazing.
Fantastic writing, reading, editing!!! Finally a story with correct punctuation and sentence structure that makes reading it so easy!!
I read a lot, and most stories are difficult to read sensibly because of misuse of commas and confusing sentence structure. This story is educational about the seed trade in the 's and about the lives of the seed traders who traveled much of their lives selling their seeds.
The colorful characters in this story were well-developed which was very exciting for t Fantastic writing, reading, editing!!! The colorful characters in this story were well-developed which was very exciting for this reader.
There weren't too many people to keep track of like in some stories. Hannah, the outsider, was an exceptional woman.
She is the central character who becomes "the seed woman". Oh, I cannot tell how interesting this story is!!! Please, read it for yourself.
Highly recommended reading!!! Jan 17, Kathy Valdes rated it liked it. I would have found this book interesting but for one incredibly annoying and unbelievable character that just made my skin crawl.
It never occurred to me that a little German town would have been a center of a seed trade, or even that there was a living to be made from that trade.
Every season in the town revolved around sorting, packing, and peddling seeds, there were periods of time when the town emptied as traders traveled out to different regions in Europe to sell their seeds.
An outsider ma I would have found this book interesting but for one incredibly annoying and unbelievable character that just made my skin crawl.
An outsider marries into a trading family, and we learn about the people in the town through her eyes. I almost put this in the DNF shelf, having put it down for a while, but reluctantly returned to it because of the time already invested.