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Miss Potter: The Novel ➹ [Read] ➵ Miss Potter: The Novel By Richard Maltby Jr. ➼ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A novel based on the upcoming motion picture on Beatrix Potter's life starring Renée Zellweger as Beatrix Potter and Ewan McGregor as the man she loved Written by the film's screenwriter the novel ex A novel based on the upcoming motion picture on Beatrix Potter's life starring Renée Zellweger as Beatrix Potter and Ewan McGregor as the Miss Potter: PDF/EPUB ² man she loved Written by the film's screenwriter the novel expands the plotline of his script blending historical fact and imaginative interpretation to tell a moving story of a Victorian woman who against the odds finds independence artistic success and romantic love.


10 thoughts on “Miss Potter: The Novel

  1. Jess Jess says:

    A charming account of how children's author Beatrix Potter defied all of society's expectations leaving her sheltered and restricted life to experience success independence and loveThe novel is directly adapted from the script for the 2006 film starring Renée Zellweger highly highly recommend and it shows The novel is comparatively bland and the writing washy I think the main reason the film is so much better is because Richard Maltby Jr's dialogue does not indicate any intonation of voice; the film is actually uite funny whereas this felt forced It's a brilliant imaginative interpretation of historical fact but it would've been executed to its full potential in the hands of a capable writerThis is a very slight expansion of the script; if it had been developed beyond its 189 pages I'm sure it would've been much compelling


  2. Erin Erin says:

    This was a sweet instpirtaional tale of Beatrix Potter It shined a light on an amazing woman and immediately had me working on my art It was something like a coming of age story with out the coming of age I was completely wrapped up in this book and would dare to say I will read to the point of wearing it out a couple of times I would not be surprised to find myself reading it when ever I have tough times to center myself


  3. Nisah Haron Nisah Haron says:

    I have watched Miss Potter the 2006 film many many times That movie even inspired me to go all the way to Lake District on my own last year The film and the life of Beatrix Potter made me want to see what is Lake District all about I found this book yesterday Not knowing that it has been written in conjunction with the film But this is not entirely a movie tie in novels This book filled the gap left behind by the film There are lots of things that a film cannot 'expressed' That is where the book comes in As much as I am enjoying the screenplay and witty dialogues exchanged throughout the film I find this book uite engaging as well Alas the author of this book as also the one who wrote the screenplay The book really filled in the gap that cannot be expressed by the film A wonderful read indeed


  4. Rachel Rachel says:

    So cute a lot better than the movie There is so much detail and she is just a cute character


  5. Lizzy 찡긋 Kim Lizzy 찡긋 Kim says:

    I read this book without moving Sooooooooo interesting


  6. Martina Martina says:

    I've always loved the Beatrix Potter stories and this was a great book about her life I also saw the movie but I read the book first ^^ A splendid story


  7. Suzanne Mundy Suzanne Mundy says:

    A wonderful biography of Beatrix Potter I so enjoyed reading and learning her story


  8. Spuzmai Achickzay Spuzmai Achickzay says:

    This is a true story of Miss Beatrix Potter The book is so lovely and engrossing to read She is a 36 years old spinster living in London One day she plans to publish her book ' The Tale of Peter Rabbit' and meets Mr Norman Warne The book is a success and she finds her love for the very first time in Mr Warne The second part of the book is uite heartbreaking as Mr Warne her fiance dies of acute illness Miss Potter is once again lonely To overcome her sadness she moves to Sawrey There she meets lawyer William Heelis Friendship is developed and later after few years they get married


  9. Roseby Valencia Roseby Valencia says:

    It made me cry while on a boat from Ormoc to Cebu Maltby's interpretation of Potter's biography is inspirational in all of its wholeness It was heart breaking at that cruel point of Potter's life but her strength is very uplifting It definitely encouraged me to never give up in aspiring in the field of writing


  10. Shelley Shelley says:

    I thought maybe this was a YA book as the print is large and it’s only 189 pages It read like one There is no indication on the book anywhere that it is so I’m presuming it’s an adult book and well oh dear it wasn’t written very well I’m then presuming that it was adapted from the script from the 2006 Miss Potter movie starring Renee Zellweger since she is on the cover which I never saw because well I’m not a fan of hers I picked up this book because I grew up reading Beatrix Potter’s books The Tales of Peter Rabbit The Story of Miss Moppet The Tale of Suirrel Nutkin I had a few of her books I still have them Reading this book it makes me want to get into my attic and find them and read them again I’m sure I haven’t since I was a girl I don’t think my children now in their 20’s ever got into these stories At least I don’t remember reading any of the books to them when they were small children What a shameThis story tells the story of Beatrix Potter I’m not sure how close to the truth it comes but I felt sorry for her as her life was sheltered restricted and lonely though I’m sure she wouldn’t think the same She liked being alone drawing and writing stories about animals They were her friends her only friends She would talk to them as if she was a child Her family was upper class She lived with her parents since at 35 she was still unmarried It was uite shocking even at this age she had a governess that went everywhere with her With Potter now earning her own money from her book sales Beatrix decides to get away from under her overbearing mother You see her mother doesn’t approve of her lifestyle and that she has turned down every suitor she tried setting her up with To Potter’s surprise she falls in loveswith someone she choose I liked learning about her but I really felt the story could had written better; it felt juvenile for an adult book This book came complete with some pictures from the movie which I enjoyed looking at Hey I might even watch the movie now that I’ve finished the book


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10 thoughts on “Miss Potter: The Novel

  1. Jess Jess says:

    A charming account of how children's author Beatrix Potter defied all of society's expectations leaving her sheltered and restricted life to experience success independence and loveThe novel is directly adapted from the script for the 2006 film starring Renée Zellweger highly highly recommend and it shows The novel is comparatively bland and the writing washy I think the main reason the film is so much better is because Richard Maltby Jr's dialogue does not indicate any intonation of voice; the film is actually uite funny whereas this felt forced It's a brilliant imaginative interpretation of historical fact but it would've been executed to its full potential in the hands of a capable writerThis is a very slight expansion of the script; if it had been developed beyond its 189 pages I'm sure it would've been much compelling

  2. Erin Erin says:

    This was a sweet instpirtaional tale of Beatrix Potter It shined a light on an amazing woman and immediately had me working on my art It was something like a coming of age story with out the coming of age I was completely wrapped up in this book and would dare to say I will read to the point of wearing it out a couple of times I would not be surprised to find myself reading it when ever I have tough times to center myself

  3. Nisah Haron Nisah Haron says:

    I have watched Miss Potter the 2006 film many many times That movie even inspired me to go all the way to Lake District on my own last year The film and the life of Beatrix Potter made me want to see what is Lake District all about I found this book yesterday Not knowing that it has been written in conjunction with the film But this is not entirely a movie tie in novels This book filled the gap left behind by the film There are lots of things that a film cannot 'expressed' That is where the book comes in As much as I am enjoying the screenplay and witty dialogues exchanged throughout the film I find this book uite engaging as well Alas the author of this book as also the one who wrote the screenplay The book really filled in the gap that cannot be expressed by the film A wonderful read indeed

  4. Rachel Rachel says:

    So cute a lot better than the movie There is so much detail and she is just a cute character

  5. Lizzy 찡긋 Kim Lizzy 찡긋 Kim says:

    I read this book without moving Sooooooooo interesting

  6. Martina Martina says:

    I've always loved the Beatrix Potter stories and this was a great book about her life I also saw the movie but I read the book first ^^ A splendid story

  7. Suzanne Mundy Suzanne Mundy says:

    A wonderful biography of Beatrix Potter I so enjoyed reading and learning her story

  8. Spuzmai Achickzay Spuzmai Achickzay says:

    This is a true story of Miss Beatrix Potter The book is so lovely and engrossing to read She is a 36 years old spinster living in London One day she plans to publish her book ' The Tale of Peter Rabbit' and meets Mr Norman Warne The book is a success and she finds her love for the very first time in Mr Warne The second part of the book is uite heartbreaking as Mr Warne her fiance dies of acute illness Miss Potter is once again lonely To overcome her sadness she moves to Sawrey There she meets lawyer William Heelis Friendship is developed and later after few years they get married

  9. Roseby Valencia Roseby Valencia says:

    It made me cry while on a boat from Ormoc to Cebu Maltby's interpretation of Potter's biography is inspirational in all of its wholeness It was heart breaking at that cruel point of Potter's life but her strength is very uplifting It definitely encouraged me to never give up in aspiring in the field of writing

  10. Shelley Shelley says:

    I thought maybe this was a YA book as the print is large and it’s only 189 pages It read like one There is no indication on the book anywhere that it is so I’m presuming it’s an adult book and well oh dear it wasn’t written very well I’m then presuming that it was adapted from the script from the 2006 Miss Potter movie starring Renee Zellweger since she is on the cover which I never saw because well I’m not a fan of hers I picked up this book because I grew up reading Beatrix Potter’s books The Tales of Peter Rabbit The Story of Miss Moppet The Tale of Suirrel Nutkin I had a few of her books I still have them Reading this book it makes me want to get into my attic and find them and read them again I’m sure I haven’t since I was a girl I don’t think my children now in their 20’s ever got into these stories At least I don’t remember reading any of the books to them when they were small children What a shameThis story tells the story of Beatrix Potter I’m not sure how close to the truth it comes but I felt sorry for her as her life was sheltered restricted and lonely though I’m sure she wouldn’t think the same She liked being alone drawing and writing stories about animals They were her friends her only friends She would talk to them as if she was a child Her family was upper class She lived with her parents since at 35 she was still unmarried It was uite shocking even at this age she had a governess that went everywhere with her With Potter now earning her own money from her book sales Beatrix decides to get away from under her overbearing mother You see her mother doesn’t approve of her lifestyle and that she has turned down every suitor she tried setting her up with To Potter’s surprise she falls in loveswith someone she choose I liked learning about her but I really felt the story could had written better; it felt juvenile for an adult book This book came complete with some pictures from the movie which I enjoyed looking at Hey I might even watch the movie now that I’ve finished the book

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