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Mary Jane Staples The Way Ahead (The Adams Family)
Pages: 384, Paperback, Corgi
Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
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by - written on 04/11/08 (Very useful, 22 readings)
This is the 17th in Staple's ever popular Adams saga. The series follows Maisie Adams and her children through from life during World War 1 and has now reached 1944. By now Maisie has remarried but still keeps a firm eye on the younger members of her family. Boots, a survivor of the trenches, is back in khaki while his second wife and toddler twins remain on the home front. He returns with horrifying stories of the concentration camps. His older three children are all in the Armed Forces getting used to married life while war rages in the back ground. Sammy and Susie keep the family business going, their eldest son begins to fall for ... Read the complete review
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