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Hanna's Daughters
by Marianne Fredriksson | Literature & Fiction
Registered by LenaLena of Hoevelaken, Gelderland Netherlands on 7/18/2010
Average 8 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

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Journal Entry 1 by LenaLena from Hoevelaken, Gelderland Netherlands on Sunday, July 18, 2010

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Anna has returned from visiting her mother. Restless and unable to sleep, she wanders through her parents' house, revisiting the scenes of her childhood. In a cupboard drawer, folded and pushed away from sight, she finds a sepia photograph of her grandmother, Hanna, whom she remembers as old and forbidding, a silent stranger enveloped in a huge pleated black dress. Now, looking at the features Anna recognises as her own, she realises she is looking at a different woman from the one of her memory. Set against the majestic isolation of the Scandinavian lakes and mountains, this is more than a story of three Swedish women. It is a moving testament of a time forgotten and an epic romance in every sense of the word.
Ik heb dit boek buiten in een boekendoos neergelegd. "Gratis leesvoer" 

Journal Entry 2 by wingAnonymousFinderwing at Hoevelaken, Gelderland Netherlands on Sunday, May 01, 2011

8 out of 10

Ik heb het boek gevonden in de doos: gratis leesvoer. Mijn vriendin uit Roemenie leest graag engelse boeken, ik heb het haar gegeven. 

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