Footprints in the Sand - Sarah Challis Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755321677 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sarah Challis / Hardcover / 352 Pages / Book is published 2006-04-03 by Headline Review
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Sarah Challis Footprints in the Sand
What happens when you finish someone else's journey?
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by - written on 03/05/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
This book revolves around Clemmie and Emily Kingsley who are twenty-something cousins , who at their aunts funeral are faced with a challenge that will lead to a significant legacy should they succeed , this ends up with the two of them having to travel to Mali , Clemmie is the more adventurous of the two and looks forward to the challenge with gusto , whilst Emily travels with a bit more reluctance The differing attitudes continues throughout the book with alternative chapters telling the story from both girls view point, through out the story interjection is made by the great aunt's companion Beryl , who provides a bit of a more darker side to the story ... Read the complete review
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