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Journal Entry 2
Grahamstown in A bookcrosser , -- By post or by hand/ in person -- United Kingdom on Thursday, March 22, 2007
Released 13 yrs ago (3/22/2007 UTC) at Grahamstown in A bookcrosser , -- By post or by hand/ in person -- United Kingdom
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
With the death of a mother and the abduction of a young girl, Susan Fletcher has written a vividly beautiful novel about the innocence and terror of childhood. Following the loss of her mother, eight-year-old Evie is sent to a new life in rural Wales -- a dripping place, where flowers appear mysteriously on doorsteps and people look at her twice. With a sense of being lied to she sets out to discover her family's dark secret -- unaware that there is yet more darkness to come with the sinister disappearance of local girl Rosemary Hughes. Now many years later Eve Green is waiting for the birth of her own child, and when she revisits her past something clicks in her mind and her own reckless role in the hunt for Rosie's abductor is revealed..
I picked this book up from Molyneux almost exactly a year ago for releasing. I've found it on a wish list so I'm going to send if off as a RABCK.
Thank you so much, purplerosebud. What a lovely surprise RABCK! This was on my wishlist because it won the Whitbread first novel award in 2004. It'll be great to read it. I will put it near the top of my (ever-growing) TBR pile.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Journal Entry 6
Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom on Sunday, February 23, 2014
Big apologies, purplerosebud. I've read this twice since you kindly RABCKed it, and both times I've failed to make a JE. I'm so sorry! I enjoyed Eve Green and am very pleased to have read it.
Journal Entry 7
-- Wild Released somewhere in Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom on Sunday, February 23, 2014
Released 6 yrs ago (2/23/2014 UTC) at -- Wild Released somewhere in Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom
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