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Its easy to call a novel "sweeping" in scope. Any book that covers more than a year of chronology can be called that. But this one is sweeping in a much deeper sense. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Richard A. Lawhern
Pilcher at her best ! Great read anytime, but especially at the beach.Published 20 days ago by Catherine Siena
This should be made into a series. It could be the next Downton Abbey, Rebecca Eaton. This story is so rich in characters, history, descriptions of a young girls life in Cornwall... Read morePublished 20 days ago by maureen oboyle
i enjoyed reading plus typical of Pilcher BEING VERY DESCRIPTIVE really does a lot to your imagination.Published 22 days ago by connie jimenez
I loved this period piece. It is only slightly predictable. There are quite a few twists and turns. Enjoy!Published 26 days ago by K. Donnelly-Miller
The Kindle edition of Coming Home is dreadfully edited. Many, many, typos, missing words, incorrect words. Four errors on page 36 alone. Read morePublished 1 month ago by anne conlon