Pastures New - Julia Williams Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847560083 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Julia Williams / Paperback / 480 Pages / Book is published 2007-12-03 by AVON, a division of ... more
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by - written on 25/05/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
After having a "rootle" through my ever increasing "to read" pile, I winkled out a book I hadn't even remembered being lent, though once started was pleased to have found! The book in question is - "Pastures new by Julia Williams". Amy Nicholson and her young son Josh have decided to finally leave London and the protection and help of their mother in law/grandma who it has to be said, has started becoming a little over bearing. This is after all understandable, as a year previous Amy's partner and Josh's father Jamie was killed in a motor bike accident, and has left them completely bereft. One of their ... Read the complete review
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