Among the many plaudits the novel received on it's first publication, Tom Baker, the actor, wrote: 'Sally really can write - a real heartbreaking saga but with laughs too. And the subject! Well, how could one go better, war, women, children, love, death?'
Dora Bryan,OBE, MA, and much loved actress, wrote in her foreword:'Lillian's Story could only have been written by someone with great experience of life-someone who has survived great sorrow and great joy. Everything I read felt like my own life-the sadness and the joy, the love of animals, the comfort of friendship. This book is so truthful and I love truth in everything.
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endearing character, traces Lillian's Story as national and international
events intersect with her own personal milestones. By the end of this
compelling story, Lillian is living a more affluent lifestyle. At the heart
of it, though, she has been changed by the eventful century into which she
was born, and to which she undeniably belongs.