The Palace of Strange Girls - Sallie Day Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007276079 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sallie Day / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2009-02-05 by HarperPerennial
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The Palace of Strange Girls
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by - written on 05/01/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
This is a review of the 2009 book 'The Palace of the Strange Girls' by Sallie Day. This book was a readitswapit swap and I was drawn to it because it was about a family who holiday in Blackpool during the 1950s. As Blackpool was a childhood hoiday for me during the 80s I was keen to see how it compared. A bit on the storyline The book follows the Singleton family on their week long annual holiday during the factory shutdown week. The Lancashire family are Jack the dad, Ruth the mum and daughters Helen (15) and Beth (7). On the outside, they appear to be a normal family but the book reveals a host of secrets are being ... Read the complete review
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