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Between a Mother and Her Child

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Between a Mother and Her Child (Michael Joseph) (Paperback), Elizabeth Noble, book reviewA couple of years ago I read Elizabeth Noble’s Things I Want My Daughters To Know and ever since then I have been hooked on this wonderful author. Her novels are truthful, poignant and sometimes heartbreaking, but ever so readable. I couldn’t wait to pick up her latest book – Between a Mother and Her Child and the moment I did I hardly could bring myself to put it down.

Between a Mother and Her Child tells the story of a family reeling from tragedy. Whilst travelling on his gap year, Maggie and Bill’s son, Jake, was killed by the Asian Tsunami that struck on Boxing Day, 2004.


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Things I Want My Daughters to Know

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Things I Want My Daughters to Know - Elizabeth Noble, book reviewI had read quite a bit about this book – Things I want My Daughters to Know by Elizabeth Noble – but had actually shied away from reading it because I thought it would be just too sad. The reason why I thought this is because it is about the letters and journals a mother leaves her four daughters after she has died. However, recently I won a book on the Galaxy Book Club website and as this was one of the choices I thought I would give it a go and I am so glad that I did!

The story is all about four sisters – Lisa, Jennifer, Amanda and Hannah.


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Alphabet Weekends

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Alphabet Weekends: Love on the Road from A to Z by Elizabeth Noble, book reviewA while ago I read ‘Things I want my Daughters to Know‘ by Elizabeth Noble which I found to be one of the most emotional and heart wrenching books that I had read in a long time. As a consequence, I was keen to read more by this author and have just finished her book ‘Alphabet Weekends‘. It is another very good book but nowhere as near as emotional as the other one and is actually written in quite a different style. Nonetheless it was a very enjoyable read.


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