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5 May 2016
In the years surrounding the Great War, Jess Brown and her family face tremendous hardship and loss, with Jess losing her father to war and her baby brother to starvation and illness. In the present, Sam Foster is a girl who has been able to see things others can’t since she was a baby. Lately she’s been having waking nightmares about blood and death and war. With her father hospitalized with a life threatening brain bleed, the visions become worse. What do to girls one hundred years apart have to do with each other? I was blown away by this book, it’s so good, I read it in one go. Comparisons to Susanna Kearsley and Barbara Erskine will be inevitable. Highly recommended
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4.6 out of 5 stars
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