I love kids. Of course, I’m sometimes terrified of them as every human being should be, but interacting with them is sometimes so enlightening. I think I already once wrote something about one of my favorite quotes from ‘the other hand’ from Chris Cleave. 390 more words
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Everyone Brave is Forgiven tells the stories of three characters and how their lives intersect during the tumultuous years of World War Two. Mary is a socialite who decides to volunteer for the war effort more to shock her parents than from any sense of duty. 134 more words
In the busy build up to Easter, when family and friends are perhaps looming, today’s book may be a challenging read. I would recommend you do find time to read and enjoy it, even if it is not always comforting story or series of tales. 590 more words
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When war is declared, Mary North leaves finishing school unfinished, goes straight to the War Office, and signs up.
Tom Shaw decides to give it a miss – until his flatmate Alistair unexpectedly enlists, and the conflict can no longer be avoided.