The Empty Hearth Paperback – 7 Mar 2007
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Kitty Neale has proved herself to be a storyteller of rare power who is unafraid to uncover the dark secrets of family homes... Neale goes to the heart of a troubled family with a deft touch and a powerful insight. (WIGAN EVENING POST, 14 Jan)
A gritty tale (BELLA)
Gritty... Neale makes Cookson's earthiest stories look a little tame. (PETERBOROUGH EVENING TELEGRAPH, 28 Jan)
A good read. (WESTERN DAILY PRESS, 14 Jan) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A wonderfully gritty, heart-warming novel in the vein of Maureen Lee from the author of OUTCAST CHILDSee all Product Description
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I'd love to no where she gets her ideas for her books.
Millie has a tough life, after her mum dies, she's got to do all the house hold chores, and when her and her brother find out why there mum did what she did, her brow leaves home as well.
Her father is dispicable, the scrum of the earth, and what he goes on to do you won't believe.
Millie has a breakdown, but you could say it's the start of better things to come!
However I would say it was still a satisfying read, it won't stay with me forever but it entertained me for a few days.
Worth a read if you fancy something interesting but not too taxing.
There are a lot of characters and you have to be on the ball to keep up with who is who but the dialogue is so natural and the people so real that it's almost like reading a memoir than a novel.
I can't recommend The Empty Hearth enough and if you like a thumping good read with lots of ups and downs and tears and laughter, you will love this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved this book,couldn't put it down. Think I have read all of Kitty's books now,loved them all.Published 3 months ago by maureen duffy
This was a brilliant book.really love Kitty Neal brilliant writerPublished 6 months ago by K.mather
This story had everything love heart break a very happy ending made you realize how hard life could be not everything was good in the good old daysPublished 6 months ago by Julia Ind
Anything written by kitty Beale is a fantastic book to read always waiting for her next book.Published 9 months ago by lynn day