After the Fall - Charity Norman Reviews
Description:ISBN 174331096X / Author: Charity Norman / Paperback / 366 Pages / Book is published 2012-12-01 by Allen & Unwin
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Pages: 368, Paperback, Allen & Unwin
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by - written on 05/07/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
After the Fall by Charity Norman ISBN-13:978-1743310960 I was loaned this book by a friend and have to admit had I seen the cover in a shop and read the title I probably would not have bought it. The cover shows a couple of little boys running in the sea at the beach. The catchline is "What do you do when your family's dream becomes nightmare?" Also on the front is this line " Will appeal to devotees of Joanna Trollope and Jodi Piccoult... Norman is hot on their heels." Daily Mail I quite like Jodi Piccoult but find Joanna Trollope a bit bleuh personally so that would not have made me more inclined to buy ... Read the complete review
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