[Epub] ❧ The Cuckoos Parting Cry ➛ Anthea Halliwell – Marjoriejane.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Cuckoos Parting Cry

  1. says:

    Very well written It is always a gamble when writing events from a child s perspective for it to sound natural and yet be understandable, without it becoming a gimmickthan anything else This book comes out on top with that challenge


  2. says:

    A nice tale of childhood in days gone by and Fidgie is a character who is easy to like Unfortunately, although the adult subtext is initially intriguing sort of Gatsby from a child s viewpoint there is either too much or not enough Affairs, two murders, domestic abuse and a miscarriage of justice would be too much in most novels In only 300 pages primarily devoted to a young girls narrative of trying to avoid her older sister, remembering to hang onto her belongings and learning to tell th A nice tale of childhood in days gone by and Fidgie is a character who is easy to like Unfortunately, although the adult subtext is initially intriguing sort of Gatsby from a child s viewpoint there is either too much or not enough Affairs, two murders, domestic abuse an...


  3. says:

    Such a sweet story Fidgie is such a loveable character who you warm to instantly The book is enjoyable, however, I did find my mind wandering whilst reading it every so often I would recommend this book to a friend as it is a treat


  4. says:

    Mixed feelings about this onemaybe Harper Lee set the bar too high with To Kill A Mockingbird


  5. says:

    I read this years ago and found it really charming.


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