A Daughter's Choice

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 31 Jul 2019

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Biography of Margaret, born 1926.  A lively, intelligent child who grew up in Blackburn, Lancashire, going through the war years, the people she knew, her achievements and disappointments.  It was interesting and gritty but I would have loved to have known what happened to the people she mentioned, especially her three brothers.  A big disappointment that her life after her marriage was very briefly covered in a short epilogue, which is a shame as I’m sure it would have been equally fascinating.
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Absolutely brilliant, loved this book from the very start. A lovely heartwarming tale with great characters and a nice writing style. I'm a big fan of anything wartime related and this didn't disappoint. Highly recommended for anyone who loves an emotional wartime read.
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A very interesting read and one that was very well written.  It is not often that i would read non fiction, but so glad that i did.  A very heartwarming book that deserves it's five stars and one in which i can highly recommend.

My thanks to Netgalley and the Publishers for my copy.
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Loved it. Margaret didn't give up after all she endured. Heartache,Sadness and joy all in one. We love Margaret.
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What a brilliant book.  This book has a fantastic story line, excellent characters and is just wonderful.  I would highly recommend this book to anyone and I enjoyed it immensely.
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Not a book i would usually read but i did enjoy reading it,a great story with characters that mix well i can highly recommed this book well worth 5*.
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Margaret Ford shares with us her life growing up in the difficult times of the war.Her families pub her parents marriage disintegrating  ..Then her father leaves forcing her to grow up fast .A moving eye opening visit to a time a place a world so different then ours,#netgalley #panmacmilan,
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A heartwarming and moving story about the struggles that people faced in a day to day basis in the war. How their lives were then and how our lives are so different now. It was interesting to look back and to read this well written book.
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