The Little Women Letters - Gabrielle Donnelly Reviews
Description:ISBN 718156587 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Gabrielle Donnelly / Paperback / 437 Pages / Book is published 2011-05-26 by Michael Joseph
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by - written on 25/09/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
As a fan of books (in whatever subject they may cover!) i jumped at the chance to read a book that re-visits one of my favourite books from my childhood, but with a modern day twist. The book in question is - "The little women letters by Gabrielle Donnelly". Emma, Lulu and Sophie couldn't be more different if they tried! Emma is the eldest and has always been the serious and calculated one, meeting her soulmate at school she has had a ten year plan since she was 10! Lulu is highly intellegent and a whizz at science, but has so far drifted since getting her masters, hiding herself at a now not so thriving antiques store. She has ... Read the complete review
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