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Daughters Of The Moon [Paperback]

Susan Sallis
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1 April 1993
The twins were born in war-torn Plymouth in 1944, two little girls whose parents - touring actors - didn't altogether want them. Their unorthodox childhood, first as evacuee babies in Cornwall, then at boarding school, then living with their Aunt Maggie, made them grow up uniquely self-sufficient. They didn't need anyone else. They had each other. Miranda was the vibrant, flamboyant one, determined to be an actress, determined never to conform or be dull and conventional. Meg was quieter, more self-effacing. But it was Meg who always knew when anything bad was happening to Miranda. As they grew up, the bond between them held - until Meg went back to Cornwall to buy a house, to paint, to fall in love. And for the first time events conspired to drive a rift through their special relationship. Their lives shifted - for Miranda found herself trapped into domesticity, and Meg - feeling herself betrayed - had to seek a new path that ultimately took her to unexpected success. But the link was still there, in spite of all that was to happen, in spite of violence and tragedy, and finally it led to happiness that came when they had ceased to expect it.


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  • Paperback: 512 pages
  • Publisher: Corgi; New edition edition (1 April 1993)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0552139343
  • ISBN-13: 978-0552139342
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 10.6 x 3.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 839,604 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The bond between twins is unbreakable - or is it?

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The twins were born in war-torn Plymouth in 1944, two little girls whose parents - touring actors - didn't altogether want them. Their unorthodox childhood, first as evacuee babies in Cornwall, then at boarding school, then living with their Aunt Maggie, made them grow up uniquely self-sufficient. They didn't need anyone else. They had each other.

Miranda was the vibrant, flamboyant one, determined to be an actress, determined never to conform or be dull and conventional. Meg was quieter, more self-effacing. But it was Meg who always knew when anything bad was happening to Miranda.

As they grew up, the bond between them held - until Meg went back to Cornwall to buy a house, to paint, to fall in love. And for the first time events conspired to drive a rift through their special relationship. Their lives shifted - for Miranda found herself trapped into domesticity, and Meg - feeling herself betrayed - had to seek a new path that ultimately took her to unexpected success.

But the link was still there, in spite of all that was to happen, in spite of violence and tragedy, and finally it led to happiness that came when they had ceased to expect it.


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4.0 out of 5 stars A fantastic read! 6 Aug 2000
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As a huge fan of Susan Sallis, I found this book to be one of her finest. As the story moves on, the plot becomes much more complex, and as the readers, we find ourselves drawn into the lives of the twins. The complicated relationships between the characters, is surprisingly not unlike reality, which is what Susan Salis appreciates and reveals to the reader. Many would put put her books down as being unrealistic, but thinking about it, love affairs between families and friends are not uncommon. This book is a great read, and bewarned: You won't be able to put it down!
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