The Sisterhood - Emily Barr Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755335554 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Emily Barr / Hardcover / 352 Pages / Book is published 2008-02-21 by Headline Review
Newest Review: ... Mary with a baby girl who Helen knows is not her. On closer inspection it turns out to be Elizabeth a sister who Helen never ... more
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by - written on 21/08/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
As a fan of Emily Barr's previous novel's especially Backpack I was delighted when I found a copy of this one in my local charity shop and I have been engrossed ever since. The Plot : Helen is a 20 year old girl living in a gorgeous vineyard in France with her french father and English mother, neither of whom she is particularly close to. Helen is a quiet girl who's only friend is her younger brother Tom, who goes with Helen to her mothers room one day where they manage to find a secret box of letters and photographs. In amongst these memories are a collection of pictures of Helen's mother Mary with a baby girl who Helen knows is not her. On closer ... Read the complete review
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