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Yes, Mama
Yes, Mama
by Helen Forrester
Edition: Paperback
Price: £14.99

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Helen Forresters best novel to date., 18 July 2001
This review is from: Yes, Mama (Paperback)
"Yes Mamma" is a beautifully written book. You felt compelled to read on and learn the fate of Alicia Woodman. It is an evocative and moving story exploring the lives and views of many upper class families during the early 20th century. "Yes Mamma" has been written with emotion and understanding allowing the reader to feel part of the novel and enabaling them to sympathise with the characters. It is a wonderfull book and an engaging read. I enjoyed greatly and can well recomend it.


Thursday's Child
Thursday's Child
by Helen Forrester
Edition: Paperback

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A moving story of love adventure and courage., 18 July 2001
This review is from: Thursday's Child (Paperback)
Helen Forrester is a compelling and imaginative auther. "Thursdays Child" is a beautifull novel exploring the challanges and problems facing two lovers from very different backgrounds. Ajit Singh is a charming Indian student who respects his family and their Indian beliefs. Peggy Delaney is a Lancashire girl who knows nothing of Indian customs or traditions but marries ajit and moves with him to India leaving behind all that is safe and familliare to her for a world that is different to anything she has ever before experienced. Helen Forrester evokes a vivid picture in your mind of the life that the coupple now face and gently explores issues such as race, family, love and friendship through this colourfull and vivid tale describing how love can bring two worlds together no matter what the differences.


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