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A fantastic and fascinating page turner.,
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I have read "Charity" and "Camelia" before "Ellie". The most interesting element of This book is the fact that it intertwines with "Camelia" and has some of the same characters at a younger age. Read "Camelia" first otherwise you will be told all the secrets in "Ellie" and this will spoil "Camelia" for you. "Ellie" is a very exciting and warm hearted novel with wholly believable and endearing characters. It has some heartrending descriptions of the Blitz, but without being nauseous. I love the descriptions of the shows. Best of all are the believable and fascinating friendships. Well done, Lesley Pearse. I have become a big fan. Keep writing!
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Initial post: 27 Aug 2012 17:46:08 BDT
Mrs. V. L. Owens says:
I disagree that you should read Camellia first; it should be the other way round - read Ellie first as Camellia is its sequel and some of the story won't make sense unless you've read Ellie. Just my opinion! Both good books though.
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