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Nellie Wildchild
Nellie Wildchild
Author: Emma Blair
ISBN-13: 9780727809919
ISBN-10: 0727809911
Publication Date: 3/1984
Pages: 286
Edition: New Ed
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Publisher: Severn House
Book Type: Hardcover
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Emma Blair is one of my favorite historical novel authors, in the genre of Catherine Cookson and E.V Thompson. This is one of many I have read with a background in Scotland and in particular Glasgow. Having visited Glasgow several times, I can visualize the character settings and appreciate the unique personality of the city. Blair may not be a brilliant writer but she manages to dig into the personality of each main character and to instill a sense of identify with each and the readers. This books was a short and fast read, and ended on a sad note. Get out the tissues!
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The Glasgow Nellie Thompson had been born to was a city bled colorless by pverty and despair and divided aganist itself by religion and class. A city where appearances meant more than the truth that might lie in a person's heart.
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The Glasgow Nellie Thompson had been born to was a city bled colorless by pverty and despair and divided aganist itself by religion and class. A city where appearances meant more than the truth that might lie in a person's heart.