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Ratings and Book Reviews (12 129 star ratings
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4.4 out of 5
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    Girl on the cliff

    Compelling read. Thoroughly enjoyed. Just a lovely story. Another great book by Lucinda Riley. I think I read all her books now
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    Wow

    I could not put this book down
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    Captivating read

    The book was amazing to read with many page turning moments it was hard to put down. Definitely recommend
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    A lovely read.

    History mixed with life today, the need for love and kindness no matter ones station is this story. I couldn't put it down. A beautifully written narrative of how history, souls and life weaves us together forming a magnificent tapestry.
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    Family saga linking past & present

    Enjoyable family saga that I became completely immersed in. The story revolves around two families & the links between them, both past & present. It touches on the theme of history repeating itself.
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