Determined to be reunited with her siblings and to make something of herself, Charity runs away to 1960s London and begins to forge a new life.
©1995 Lesley Pearse; (P)2007 Isis Publishing
I've read other Lesley Pearse titles and bought this same on the assumtion that they would be just as exciting. If it wasn't for the Narrator I would have left this book half way. The situations didn't add up. That is what I found most unbecoming. LP is a lovely author, but this is not one of her best books.
"A very good read"
Although I really enjoyed reading this title because of it's wonderfull narration and moving storyline, I was a bit shocked by some very graphic descriptions in this book. I felt there didn't need to be so much lengthy graphic scenes and that this spoiled the read a bit for me. However the general story was overall moving and compelling.
Great book to read when you need nothing taxing. It flows well with a good story. You get totally wrapped up in the story. Sad in places but a good ending with lots going on in-between. OK its a chicks book as well!
"So Easy to Listen To"
Love listening to Lesley Pearse, she tells such a good story and you just want to keep listening all the time, feeling sad when you reach the end.
This was really enjoyable, certainly kept me hooked in throughout.
I only wish there were more titles by Lesley on Audible - I would listen to them all.
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