© Jacqueline Winspear; (P) John Murray
"A strong protagonist and a lively sense of time and place carry readers along, and the details lead to further thought and understanding about the futility and horror of war, as well as a desire to hear more of Maisie." (School Library Journal)
very well read excellent narration .
disappointed how much of the text was missing in the audio . This is a very good story but has been cut to the bare bones for audio sadly this means that the listener misses out on the deeper development of Maisie's character during her years in France still enjoyable but the text gives a whole lot more
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