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December Girl Paperback – 18 Oct 2017
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Molly has pretty much had a good upbringing. Sadly things change when her dad dies and her world is thrown in turmoil. I instantly connected with Molly. For one so young, she has a good head on her shoulders but due to circumstances she is forced to go down a path she could never have even imagined.
My favourite characters had to be Molly and Henry. Molly because of what she was going through and how she handles all that life throws at her. Henry, I could just imagine as a young Colin Firth. He has problems of his own to deal with and even though being from money, he isn’t pompous and really cares about people.
The story is set over so many years, taking us through every essential part of Molly’s life. It’s hard to go to much into detail due to the book description not giving much away and I don’t want to reveal anything I shouldn’t do. If you love books by writers such as Catherine Cookson though, you will love this book.
December Girl is an enthralling read that I didn’t want to put down. The authors descriptions of the settings and era was very much brought to life in my mind and I thoroughly enjoyed it. A story that had me hooked from start to finish and had me going through a whole array of emotions.
Can’t wait to read more by the author.
So much to love about this book; the setting, the storyline, the characters, the dialogue, the authenticity. The fact that Molly’s spiral of misfortune is plausible and that women around the world fight similar battles today strikes a powerful chord.
When a book moves you to tears and the author holds your attention in the palm of her hand the way Nicola Cassidy does you want others to read it too. An impressive debut novel, by a great storyteller. Would highly recommend it.
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