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Our Lizzie (Kershaw Sister Series) by Anna Jacobs
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars must read, 21 July 2012
i couldnt put this book down. anna jacobs really has a gift for story telling. as a young woman interested im feminism its like an early history lesson on womens rights. like all good books i come away wanting to read the next one
Bombsites and Lollipops: My 1950s East End Childho&hellip by Jacky Hyams
18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
I found the book particularly interesting, because I didn't know much about the black market. It was shocking to hear how men like Jackie's father Ginger benefited from illegal food and money when thousands where starving. I thought it was funny how they lived in a run down hackney flat when he had so much money. This perfectly reflects the era of living for the here and now. The book is beautifully written, funny and sarcastic. Your feel like your in the 1950s and 60s living and expericing all she writes about. An interesting read which I would suggest to anyone who enjoys british history, and a good autobiography.
Bad Girls - Series 8 [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Helen Fraser
Bad Girls - Series 8 [DVD] DVD ~ Helen Fraser
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I have been addicted to bad girls from the verry first series so I had to watch the last one. It was enjoyable in parts but mostly the acting was flat and predictable. None of the characters seem to have an aim or purpose they were just there. However I did like the storyline with julie and her son it was nice to see how grown up he was. My biggest disappointment was not seeing what happened to di fenner. Like I said its worth a watch but don't expect to much.