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    Excellent read.

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book as I have all others written by Kimberley Freeman.
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    Stars across the Ocean

    A very intricate story that will keep the reader interested as the tale unravels. Very enjoyable to read.
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    Stars Across the Ocean

    The book begins with the return to England from Australia Tori, to assess the health issues of her well respected Professor mother who is in the early stages of dementia. Tori is in her own state of emotional turmoil which hinders her ability to make decisions. In the process of organising her mother’s affairs Tori discovers documents of the 1800 ‘s relating to a particular noble family, with Marianna and Genevieve the daughters. The story moves around the present and 2 in the past. The present is well defined, however, the manuscript/diary written by an aggrieved mother moves to form it’s own identity even though it is delivered as part of the Present Day story. The second story in the past revolves around Agnes who is a foundling child delivered to the orphanage run by Captain Forest of Perdita Hall. Agnes appears to be a wilful “Tom boy” but obviously a bright and resourceful child who cannot accept that she doesn’t have a mother somewhere who would love her. With only a speciality button as her proof of identity at seventeen when released from the orphanage does Agnes embark on her adventures to find her mother. The story of Agnes and her adventures is a really good read and I loved her determination, her concern for others that she comes into contact with and never failing to keep her eye on the main goal. However, I found the present day character of Tori clunky, her own emotional state, mother, simply out of kink with the main story.
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