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    A Riveting Read!

    What a story! In the same vein as Catherine Cookson and Josephine Cox, this is a compulsive read. When Juliet's father dies, life is set to get much harder for both her mother and herself. Just when they seem to have conquered poverty and hardship, things get worse and Juliet finds herself alone and vulnerable. She must find the strength to carry on without her mother's protection and seeks help from her aunt and grandmother, strangers to her but family nonetheless . . . This is a smashing read; with lots of period details of women's fashion as well as an exciting saga I found myself plunged into the late 19th century and really enjoyed all the small details of that time. With a skilfully crafted story and true-to-life characters from all sections of society, this is a very easy book to read and the author certainly knows her stuff! Rather riveting, full of information and, at times, quite exciting too! Definitely one I recommend and I look forward to reading more from Susanna Bavin in future.
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