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Improbable and childish plot. Country girl of 1750s England. Pregnant, she runs away to London, finds work and lodging within -- highly unlikely -- hours in the workship-home of a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by CAI
Loved this book and the author's style of writing! Fans of historical fiction will love this book! Will look for more from Jane Borodale!Published 9 months ago by Karen
The characters are so beautifully drawn with a complexity that is more interesting than real life. In this book, there is very little that is black and white, good or evil. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Christine C.
Book was OK, plot of story was limited. Nice thoughtful description of situation and main character's thoughts.Published 16 months ago by Joyce M.
haven't read it yet, but, according to the jacket description, I know I'll like itPublished 16 months ago by calmol
I enjoyed the book and the character of Agnes Trussel, made 'human' by some of her decisions along the way. Read morePublished on March 19, 2014 by Paige Hunter
I loved it! I cry and laugh, get angry also, and I think , "is there another like this" when it ends.Published on January 7, 2013 by Meredith L. Peters