Dead to Me

Dead to Me

eBook - 2017
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Dead to Me is a story about loyalty, love and the strength of friendship in the face of adversity, from international number one bestselling author Lesley Pearse. Spring 1935. On London's Hampstead Heath two girls meet by chance: well-mannered and smartly dressed Verity and dishevelled and grubby Ruby. Yet the mismatched pair form an instant friendship strong enough to survive their parent's disapproval. When war engulfs the country - sending Ruby to Devon while Verity struggles to find a new beginning under a shadow from her past - the girls are convinced they will always be there for each other. Until the day one breaks the other's heart . . . Can Verity and Ruby find a way back to each other before it's too late?.
Publisher: [London] : 2017. Michael Joseph,
ISBN: 9780718181222
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Bolinda Digital BorrowBox

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jazpur
Nov 18, 2016

A good idea and I enjoyed the story. Lesley Pearse writes well about girls from different sides of the tracks and their relationships and gives a vivid picture of the effects of WWII on their lives.. However this one dragged on too long, especially towards the end when it was a foregone conclusion. It was as if her publishers had told her to use a specific number of words so she spun it out.

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4catsdogs
Sep 18, 2016

The writing is of Lesley's usual high standard, but drags on too long. Towards the end I found myself skim-reading, as it felt as though it would never end. It was as if she had a certain number of pages to fill and it was too much.

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