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We Must Be Brave

By Frances Liardet | Paperback / softback | 1 Review(s)

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A woman; a war; a child that changed everything.

Spanning the sweep of the twentieth century, We Must Be Brave is a luminous and profoundly moving novel about the people we rescue and the ways in which they rescue us back.

She was fast asleep on the back seat of the bus. Curled up, thumb in... read more

Format
Paperback / softback
Release Date
29 Jan 2019
Author(s)
Frances Liardet
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN-13
9780008280147
Dimensions
135mm x 216mm x 32mm
Pages
432
Format
Paperback / softback
Release Date
29 Jan 2019
Author(s)
Frances Liardet
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN-13
9780008280147
Dimensions
135mm x 216mm x 32mm
Pages
432

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27 Feb 2019

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We Must Be Brave

Fiction set in the English war time era is a popular genre
for us and there are always warm, generous, courageous
characters to discover. We Must Be Brave  ts this brief and
gives us an array of delightful characters bonding together
in Britain’s era of despair.
As a child Ellen had a change of fortune in life, not for
the better, that lead to a desperate  ght for survival. Within
an English village, the kind folk provide and protect her
as she grows into adulthood. It is the resourceful skills she
has had to learn that she draws on as wartime hits in her
adulthood.
Young Pamela is a child, left on a bus in the confusion
after the bombing raid alarms ring out in Southampton. She
 nds her way into the safety of Ellen’s arms and the security
of family. Who is she and where are her family? Ellen and
her husband Selwyn rescue her and give her a loving home
but for how long will she be allowed to be their only child,
after all, she was never theirs to keep?
Bravery is required in times of war but also in times
of dire personal challenges and the theme is explored
throughout with many of the key characters.
Perfect for fans of who may have read Dear Mrs Bird by
A J Pearce.

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