Penniless, sleeping rough, Georgia is soon introduced to the sleazy Soho world of brassy strippers, sweat shops, camaraderie, and hardship. Fired by a fierce ambition, blessed with an extraordinary voice, her long struggle for fame and fortune begins. But even when she reaches the top, she finds that the scars of the past can open up to ruin her.
©1993 Lesley Pearse; (P)2007 W F Howes Ltd
No. Only because I never miss a word when I'm listening.
I don't want to give the story away. Just the part about her friend that she lived with
The father! Emma made him sound the way he should be
No negative comments at all. Listening to this book made me search out more from the author and the narrator
This is the second one I've listened to, by this lovely woman. Totally engaging! Vibrant descriptions of 1960's London - so good I thought I'd lived it myself. A bit predictable in places, but the main character is so lovable, I easily over looked it. Can't wait to start in on the next one.
"A wonderful listen.."
Listening to Georgia was wonderful as the story kept evolving. Lots of splendid details.
The way that it was a listen that just wanting you to keep on listening. Never a dull moment during the story.
It is difficult to choose a favorite scene but I did like hearing about the beginning of Georgias singing career and her interaction with the band.
I was moved by many situations in the book. It is simply a very good story and I can highly recommend it.
I loved the narration and this story ought to be made into a TV serial. It would be an instant hit :-)
"Georgia by Lesley Pearce"
Gripping storyline, very well read, not a good one to go to bed with though, it will keep you awake listening to a graphically described plot!!
very good read, one of my first audio books and i enjoyed every minute so much so that I got another book from the same Author.
Great story, great narration, really enjoyed that it was so nice and long! Wish there was more!
"A beautiful sztory"
Loved the story. although too much resemblance with "The Stepping Stones". the naration is perfect, an easy listening
I enjoyed the storyline of Georgia but I found the very slow voices of the men rather annoying, no one talks like that! It was also far too sexually graphic for me. I felt that it was unnecessary to give every detail of every relationship just too much when it could have been done so much more tastefully and left a little to the imagination! This spoiled the story for me.
Sorry but no I would not recommend it. I have read Lesley Pearse before and enjoyed them but this one was too much for me!
brilliant story had me in tears well worth reading can't wait to read more books
Enjoyed this book. Loved the narration there is a bit of everything in this book. Highly frecommended
"Thank Gawd !!!"
If this book had ended about 2 hours after it had started!
the majority of them
When the words 'the end' were read i said "Thank Gawd" my ears were almost bleeding,The first third of this book weren't to bad and i was quite enjoying it, then it went on and on and on and on to the point where it was obvious the writer was struggling to fill the pages with anything worth listening to.
Yes, It is one of Lesley Pearse's excellent books that draw the listener into the story
the character and how she copes with the hateful way she and other children are treated by one nun but still has compassion for younger children.
Sister Mary cares for Georgia after the Sister Agnes had made Georgia get into a scalding bath.
Love overcomes all hate
Great book can't wait for more
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