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A Sister’s Sorrow

Narrated by: Annie Aldington
Length: 10 hrs and 3 mins
Categories: Fiction, Sagas
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Summary

It’s Sarah and her brother against the world....

When Sarah Jepson’s mother Annie dies, Sarah is left with her little brother Tommy to care for. Alone in the world, the two of them must make a life for themselves in the wake of the terrible upbringing they have endured.

But when Tommy is struck down by illness, Sarah’s new life collapses. Lost in grief, she turns to the handsome Roger to save her - only to find that he is not who he seems....

Waiting in the wings is George - kind but brutally scarred, and Sarah’s never seen him as anything more than a friend. But could all that be about to change?

The Sunday Times best seller is back in a heartbreaking, moving tale of triumph against all the odds.

©2019 Kitty Neale (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers

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Brilliant

Absolutely fabulous. I enjoyed this book from the beginning and right through to the end. I won’t give away too much but all I will say is make sure you have a box of tissues ready. I got through nearly a box at various points in the story and it is told so well by the narrator that you actually feel you are with the characters in the book. One of the best books in my genre that I have read this year.

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Holiday read

Nice book funny in places but sadness as well , memories of what my grandparents stories

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Lovely story.

I really enjoyed this story. Written so well you could transform yourself right back to the time and get involved with the characters lives. Lovely well written story.

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lovely

A lovely story read by the very talented Annie Aldington who brings every book to life. Well done am looking forward to the next one!

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wonderful story<br />

loved this book ,could not stop listerning to it ,it had me hooked straight away.A little sadness but much joy .would listern to it again .Annie Aldington fabulous as always

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Absolutely brilliant and lovely story

Missed the end 3 times as listened in bed at might but we’ll worth the 4th attempt- unlike many other books I needed to know !!!

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couldn't stop listening x

Brilliant story, brought to life by the narrator, she is amazing, really enjoyed it ,

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LOVED IT!

Absolutely loved it! Enjoyed every minute. Didn't want it to end. Really sad but enjoyable.