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Ion money and unwittingly precipitates a tragedy that will haunt her for many years to come Sara Cordwainer is very well off she comes from a wealthy family but is very unloved by her aristocratic and aloof parents so when she sees a young girl with a small child in her arms she is moved to give her some money and a pair of gloves to put on the baby's icy cold feet so starts a chain of events that ensure that in a way the fates of those two girls and Sara are inextricably entwinedWhen later she meets a lovely young Irishman named Brogan he is an unwitting link to those two girls but he holds a secret about them that he is so afraid of being found out that he is unable to even confide in SaraBack home in Dublin Brogan's little sister Polly is living her life under the shadow of this secret but one day in the future Sara and Polly are destined to meet and the deep hidden family secret is about to come outA wonderfully written and sweeping family saga told across the generations and tells of how one person's kindness can totally alter the path of another person's lifeA great and enthralling read in the style of Cookson and Cox and will appeal to period novel fans in general The Rebellion named Brogan he is an unwitting link to those two girls but he holds a secret about them that he is so afraid of being found out that he is unable to even confide in SaraBack home in Dublin Brogan's little sister Polly is living her life under the shadow of this secret but one day in the future Sara and Polly are destined to meet and the deep hidden family secret is about to come outA wonderfully written and sweeping family saga told across the generations and tells of how one person's kindness can totally alter the path of another person's lifeA great and enthralling read in the style of Cookson and Cox and will appeal to period The Deception of the Emerald Ring (Pink Carnation, novel fans in general

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Strawberry Fields

On Christmas Day 1924 Sara Cordwainer rides to church in Liverpool with her parents in thei Loved this book Storytelling at it's best

Summary Strawberry Fields

R Rolls Royce As they pass the ragged children outside the gates she gives them her collect Another brilliant readReally enjoyed the book as always than deserves the 5 star rating although I would have liked Polly and Grace to have found out the truth about one another


10 thoughts on “Strawberry Fields

  1. says:

    loved this book couldn't put this book downI felt for the characters heart warming story


  2. says:

    Loved this book Storytelling at it's best


  3. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed the way the author took her time to tell this story Normally I would stubbornly uarrel when two persons were in the same vicinity and bypass each other unwares but I am not sure if it is my mood or the author's techniue but I felt all the circling around the bush has its special purpose It is a comforting read which makes me even sensitive to the plight of girls especially in regards to neglect by parents I am normally a huge romance reader but I am happy that this story did not make the love story between Sara and Brogan too heavy As a matter of fact I felt that the love between the two happen to come along but the issue of Love and Family Relationship Poverty Neglect Economic Depression Migration etc were the focal pointThere is some that I want to point out but not sure how tactful to not have spoiler links jotting out every line I a fan of happy endings I am a fan of suffering ending I am a fan of hold on it will be over I was not a fan when the last line came to am end A heartwarming story of families mending and healing or losing out in the end I want this story to stay on my heart I wish there were fathers like Mr Peader O'Brady whose love for his wife and family made him an even loving man who raise men of valour


  4. says:

    Another brilliant readReally enjoyed the book as always than deserves the 5 star rating although I would have liked Polly and Grace to have found out the truth about one another


  5. says:

    Loved it Felt it was predictable but it still kept you hooked and wanting to read


  6. says:

    UpliftingA feel good read even though there were bleak times for the characters a good end for all was never in doubt


  7. says:

    Delightful just like a breath of fresh air


  8. says:

    Having been the first book by author Katie Flynn that I read I found it to be very enjoyable slightly predictable maybe but nonetheless very pleasant Twelve year old Sara Cordwainer is the unloved child of rich and fashionable parents On Christmas Day 1924 she stops to talk to a ragged girl with a baby in her arms outside her church After a brief chat she takes pity on them and gives them her collection money But from this generous act comes a tragedy which will haunt her for years When years later Sara meets Brogan a young Irishman working in England she feels she has found a friend at last But Brogan has a secret which he dare tell no one not even SaraAnd in a Dublin slum Brogan's little sister Polly is growing up The only girl in a family of boys she knows herself to be much loved but it is not until Sara begins to work at the Salvation Army children's home Strawberry Fields that the two girls meet and Brogan's secret is told at last Set mainly in Liverpool and Dublin in the 1920s and 30s I especially admired the way the author kept 3 or 4 separate threads running parallel to each other before finally verging into one happy endingIt probably isn’t everyone’s cup of tea but if you just want a nice pleasant not too deep happy ending of a story then I do recommend it most enthusiastically


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    Sara Cordwainer is very well off she comes from a wealthy family but is very unloved by her aristocratic and aloof parents so when she sees a young girl with a small child in her arms she is moved to give her some money and a pair of gloves to put on the baby's icy cold feet so starts a chain of events that ensure that in a way the fates of those two girls and Sara are inextricably entwinedWhen later she meets a lovely young Irishman named Brogan he is an unwitting link to those two girls but he holds a secret about them that he is so afraid of being found out that he is unable to even confide in SaraBack home in Dublin Brogan's little sister Polly is living her life under the shadow of this secret but one day in the future Sara and Polly are destined to meet and the deep hidden family secret is about to come outA wonderfully written and sweeping family saga told across the generations and tells of how one person's kindness can totally alter the path of another person's lifeA great and enthralling read in the style of Cookson and Cox and will appeal to period novel fans in general


  10. says:

    I expected this book to be pretty bad because I bought it for very cheap But in fact it was an enjoyable readSet over a number of years in depression era England Ireland this novel is primarily an historical romance but it also has elements of the dramatic I found it to be an engaging portrayal of the time although I can't judge the accuracy of the representation since my knowledge about that era is pretty sparseI liked the characters although they were a bit Mary SueI guess I recommend it? It's not a brilliant read but it definitely didn't suck


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