The Sea Sisters - Lucy Clarke Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007481349 / Paperback: 400 pages / Publisher: Harper / Published: 9 May 2013
Newest Review: ... she go and why did Finn, her travelling companion not go with her to Bali? THE CHARACTERS I found both Kate and Mia very ... more
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by - written on 17/09/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Sea Sisters by Lucy Clarke I bought this in Tesco as part of their 2 for £7 deals as I had read a review on here that made it sound like my sort of book. THE AUTHOR This was the debut novel for this author and it became a Richard and Judy Summer read for 2013. Strangely in America it has a different name "Swimming in the Night", heaven knows why as the English title is mentioned in the book. The author enjoys travelling and has spent many winters travelling with her professional windsurfing husband. To me it was obvious by the places she picked for the sisters to travel to in the book. THE ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/13 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Kate is as sensible, focused and down to earth as her sister Mia is reckless and unsettled, so it's no surprise that it's Mia who leaves London behind to go traveling. With dreams of seeing the USA, Australia and beyond, Mia sets off excitedly with her best friend Finn, but this once in a lifetime trip tragically becomes just that as some months later Mia is found dead in Bali, an apparent suicide plunge. With her life thrown into turmoil and unable to get past the things they said, and didn't say, to each other when Mia was alive, Kate makes a rather Mia-like decision to leave it all behind too. Armed with Mia's travel journey, she sets off to retrace her sister's ... Read the complete review
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