Jessie Gray - Emma Blair Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749942673 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Emma Blair / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2009-07-02 by Piatkus Books
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Review of Jessie Gray, a novel by Emma Blair. I am reviewing this book in paperback version. ISBN 10- 0749942673, Publisher Piatkus Books, 352 pages, cover price £6.99. **The Plot** This novel is in three parts, 1947-48, 1955-58 and 1959-62. The plot begins in 1947, we meet 15 year old Star (Jessie) Gray, in post-war Glasgow. Star is the dreamy, sheltered daughter of a church minister. Star is very musical and has a kind and thoughtful nature. When a new boy, Tommy McBride, starts at her school, Star sets out to make him feel welcome. The McBride family have come up in the world, thanks to Mr McBride's business acumen. The family ... Read the complete review
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