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It Mattered Yesterday Hardcover – 21 May 2010
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From the Publisher
This is a compelling fictinal story of deep emotons and tangled relationships. There are twists and turns to sustan the events throughout the tale.
In some parts it is sensual and steamy, but there is also tender affection and true friendship, running through the whole theme.
The story is a jigsaw of one young woman's life, although many other people are intimately involved. The disjointed pieces fit together smoothly, so that in the end, it presents a beautiful picture that the reader feels happy with.
There is a lot of conflict and dialogue, the characters tell the story, so cme vividly to life. It tells of family life like it is, complete with all the squabbles, humor and tenderness.
Women of all ages will be able to relate to Stella, who is the main character, and live and breath all of her emotins.
They will also feel for her son Jon, who is portrayed from a baby, throughout his childhood, and adolescence to young adulthood.
From the Author
Since I grew up in Liverpool and also lived on the Wirral I have set this book in those areas from the early 60's to the 80's with all the memorabilia of that time.
I have combined real people and situations in my life, with real locations.
My message is, that if you have a will to go on, no matter what, you can overcome the darkest hour.See all Product description
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I enjoyed reading this book and felt as though I understood all of the main character, Stella's emotions.
It is a stirring story of romance and passion with the gentle friendship between Stella and Jill making all the right ingredients for a heart-warming novel.
It was oozing with atmosphere and nostalgia for the varying decades.- I particularly liked the references to places in Merseyside, and the songs of those eras... The writing came to life and the story line was easy to follow. I felt they were real people grappling with real dilemmas with humour, anger, and human weakness. An interesting tale of love and family, with the feelings of a mother for her child adding a special touch.
I selected this book to read partly because of previous good reviews, and partly because of the setting - Liverpool, late 50s to more recent times- so I thought it might be interesting; eventually it, and especially the central character(how naive can you be?) just irritated me.
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