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Alice Larson, a bold sixteen-year-old from Sweden, arrives alone in America to start a new life -- but with a broken heart.
Headstrong frontier tomboy Jessamyn runs away to join the circus, leading her sensitive twin, Elisabeth, into a desperate search that ends in tragedy.
Spirited twins and rivals Samantha and Amanda battle for the love of the same boy during the glamorous Roaring Twenties.
Marjorie, stranded in France during World War II, becomes a heroine of the Resistance.
Alice Robertson, child of the tumultuous sixties, makes a painful romantic choice she will hide forever -- even from her twin daughters, Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield.
Discover the lives and loves of these extraordinary young women in the biggest, best Sweet Valley story ever.
I first read this in high school and really enjoyed it. Something brought it to my mind again so I re-read it. As an adult, I still enjoyed it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by musica_al
I loved the Sweet Valley books as a child, and got this to read, as well as several other Saga books. They are intersesting even now, as an adult. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mommyof6boys
i used to read sweet valley all the time from the school library and i read all of them. i dont care for the newer ones that are out now.Published 24 months ago by Amazon Customer
IT is a pretty good book .I am only ten but I think it is too mushy and gushy it is easy to read for me . Read morePublished on October 20, 2005
Wow the cover has really been changed!! This is the long story of the ancestors that came before Jess and Liz,and you will really enjoy it if you are a Sweet Valley fan.Published on August 2, 2001 by Linda Maree Rowe
Who were the Wakefield twins' ancestors and what were they like? Find out in this excellent novel which explores the lives of the generations that came before them. Read morePublished on June 26, 2001 by irmita