Friday, March 24, 2017

Review: The Silent Land

The Silent Land The Silent Land by David Dunham
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

This was a quiet book written of another time when the pace of life was slow and a clear division between the haves and the have not in England.

The story opens when a girl, Rebecca, has just lost her mother to cancer and her father is a doctor. He decides after a time to move to be close to his sister in the hopes that she will give some assistance with his daughter and also, possibly, help find a husband for her.

It was a predictable story that takes us through to WWI.

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