To be a Fine Lady - Elizabeth Jeffrey Reviews
Description:ISBN 074995809X / Paperback: 336 pages / Publisher: Piatkus / Reprint: 2 Aug 2012
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by - written on 10/04/13 (Very useful, 16 readings)
It's not very often I read a book which is described as a 'saga' but for some reason, 'To be a Fine Lady' by Elizabeth Jeffrey caught my eye and I really fancied reading it. The book was first published in 2000 but the copy I had was a 2012 reprint and I have to mention the fact that the front cover bears absolutely no resemblance to the story within, it's quite comical that there's a bunch of old fashioned kids in fancy dress as if they are staging a wedding and some of the colours are picked out on the photo which is black and white and one unfortunate child has her hair painted yellow for some reason. But the cover aside, it's the book I'll be reviewing so take no ... Read the complete review
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