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Publisher's Summary

History will change.

Sarah Lester's mother is missing, and the Indian uprising holds her father captive. The police want to question her, and even the church is demanding its pound of flesh. Her return to The Old Curiosity Shop raises more questions than answers. 

Waiting in the shadows is a vengeful Richard Grey. After discovering Sarah’s ability to travel through time, nothing will stop him from restoring his name to its former glory. Not even time. 

Can Sarah reunite her scattered family before Grey closes the doorway to the past?

Telegram Home is the last book The Old Curiosity Shop trilogy.

©2020 Squabbling Sparrows Press (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Fantastic.

I hated it was over. I enjoyed the whole trilogy and couldn't wait to get to the next one after one ended

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Hard to get Into it

Although we are following some of the same characters from the last book, this one skips around a bit too much and is gory in death descriptions. Overall, a good book, but not one I would buy again.

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Confusing

I really liked the first two books of this series. The third one though was very confusing, it lost track of the main characters for most of the book and was padded out with a lot of new story lines and characters who didn’t really tie back to the main story line. Then to top it off it ended in a flash not really telling us what happened to most of the characters

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Sad it’s over

Loved it. A little choppy in second book. Wish so many people would of not died. Like her friend Patricia and what happened to the Indian rasha son. He must of been olive complected.

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Book 3 Terrible. Different format. Mad I paid!!!

Book one and two are fabulous the performance of the narrator was excellent during all three books. Book 3 story was ridiculous. It was jumbled, in a different format, didn’t make any sense. I really regret buying it because it left me wanting more after book one wanting more after book 2, but after book 3 it just made me mad.

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Bad ending

I really enjoyed the first two books in this series, but how the author ends it for everyone is horrible!