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    Light A Penny Candle

    Very entertaining. I read at every opportunity I could. The book was funny at times, thoughtful and shocking at others. A very refreshing change from the murder/mysteries that I normally read. The book was really true to life for the many personalities. It is always fascinating to read of times during the Wars and England and Scotland since I am not from those countries. I would recommend this book to all.
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    Great read

    I always love Maeve Binchy and this was no exception. It's the reader's bad luck that she died so soon and we will be deprived of her great skill.
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    Light a penny candle

    A wonderful story!!!
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    Prettig boek

    Leuk gezellig boek over de vriendschap tussen een Ierse en een Engelse vrouw, die begint in hun kindertijd
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    Light a Penny Candle takes the reader back to an era when times were very uncertain in London ; and family safety a definite unknown . When children had to be sent into exile for their own safety - sometimes with people they did not know . Binchy manages to pull the reader into that time , and we are swept along , between London and Ireland , with Elizabeth White . It is a wonderful depiction of the different cross section of life and how that affects young Elizabeth's development into the young woman she becomes .
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