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Summary

Lottie and her mother, Louella, share a house in Victoria Court with Mr Magic and his son, Baz. Lottie is a child star, dancing and singing at the Gaiety Theatre to an enraptured audience; Louella acts as Max Magic's assistant. But a road accident causes Lottie to lose her memory. Louella tries to help, but the white mist remains. Then Lottie meets a boy with golden-brown eyes who calls her "Sassy" and accuses her of running away. It is after this meeting that the dreams start, dreams of another life, almost another world, and Lottie, sharing them with Baz, begins to believe he knows more than he chooses to tell.
©2007 Katie Flynn (P)2007 Soundings

Critic reviews

"Few writers have a fan base as varied as Katie Flynn and devotees won't be disappointed." ( Scottish Daily Record)
"One of the best Liverpool writers." ( Liverpool Echo)
"If you pick up a Katie Flynn book it's going to be a wrench to put it down again." ( Holyhead and Anglesey Mail)

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Boring

Not one off the best books i have listen to quite honestly found it boring

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Lovely gentle read

A great one from Katie Flynn, featuring the stage and the canal lives of characters. The main character lottie was v likeable and I didn't want the story to finish. Anne did an excellent job reading as always.

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  • Kim
  • 18-12-07

Cozy Read

The tale meandered a bit, but essentially this is a nice cozy read by the fire. Well worth the time investment.

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