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- Print Length: 187 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01HBQ7BU2
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- Average Customer Review: 16 customer reviews
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Red Poppies (Seasons of Change Book 4) Kindle Edition
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The author has obviously carried out a great deal of research, and the descriptions and actions in the field hospital located at the front during the war is absolutely mesmerising. You can almost smell the gunpowder and feel the fear.
Adele the heroine, is a feisty student surgeon who is forced into performing operations far beyond her expertise, in terrible conditions. However, she manages to survive, and realise how some of the men were severely affected by 'shell shock' , and she adopts the talking therapy to help them.
Her own life from a Welsh village to the city of London is also vividly captured, as are her possible romances.
Although Adele is a new, working woman, she still longs for romance and a family. She has admirers, but will she feel the same about one of them? If so, will she pick the right man?
Follow her on a journey of war, love and suspense as the beautifully written novel, takes her to places a woman should never go and privy to secrets which are life changing.
A gripping, can't-put-down read. Recommend immediate purchase.
The author insists that this is the last in the series. However, this book leaves you wanting to hear more about the changing landscape of society, especially as experienced by the women in this family. Surely, a descendant must have been involved in WW2? I dearly hope so! 5 stars,
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