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A easy read and good
Story about immigration from a
Not a fan of this book at all, didn't even bother to finish it. It was very predictable and lacked the character and quality of her other work.Published 1 month ago by kloughran
I enjoyed it. It makes one think about what it would be like to find oneself in an entirely new life and how to fit in.Published 2 months ago by sue martin
It was an O.K. read. I still think that The House at Tyneford is Miss Solomon's best work so far.Published 4 months ago by Harriett Walker
Warm hearted. Strong man overcomes set backs.
The emigrant experience , hard , but with a positive outcome.
This is a good natured reading experience.
Natasha Solomons based Jack and Sadie Rosenblum on her grandparents, who emigrated from Berlin to London in 1937 and later resided in Dorset where she lives today. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Carole
(3.5 stars) Jack Rosenblum and his wife and daughter escape Germany for England at the beginning of WWII. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michelle Boytim