Voyage of Innocence - Elizabeth Edmondson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007184883 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Elizabeth Edmondson / Paperback / 430 pages / Book published 2010-05-07 by HarperCollins
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Voyage of Innocence begins in 1938 with an apparent tragic incident taking place on a high-society voyage to India. From here we go back to 1932 where we meet Verity, lady Claudia and Lally - all on the cusp of womanhood as they arrive at Oxford University. I am not keen to reveal too much of the specifics of the plot because having read it I think that it is best to come to it with minimal expectations as I did (I will explain more of this later.) Essentially we follow these three women as their lives initially entwine and then separate with far reaching consequences that they not only themselves experience, but that are also foisted upon them ... Read the complete review
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