The Wednesday Daughters
Publish date: July 16th 2013
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Wednesday (#2)
When I requested this book to review for LibraryThing I apparently missed the fact that this was a sequel to The Wednesday Sisters which was a story about of five friends who gather and talk of raising kids, marriage, etc. it sounds like a book I would might have read. Now, will I go back and read i...
Review first published on my blog: http://memoriesfrombooks.blogspot.com/2013/07/the-wednesday-daughters.htmlThe Wednesday Daughters is a follow up to Meg Clayton's earlier book, The Wednesday Sisters, but it stands alone as a story. It is a story about characters rather than a plot. A lot of chara...
Waite Clayton writes with a raw fluidity that matches the beauty of England's Lake District to perfection in this sequel to her first novel, The Wednesday Sisters. You can read the rest of my review here https://tcl-bookreviews.com/2015/01/06/the-wednesday-sisters-sequel-story/
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