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Summary

Random House presents the audiobook edition of Workhouse Angel by Holly Green, read by Julie Maisey.

Will she ever be reunited with her real father?

Angelina was abandoned on the doorsteps of Brownlow Workhouse when she was just a baby - her only possession the rag doll she held in her arms.

Nicknamed 'Angel' for her golden curls, she is adopted by Mr and Mrs McBride. At first Angel is so happy to have found a caring family to save her from the drudgery of the workhouse. But her new parents are not the benevolent guardians they first appear.

Angel has lost all hope when she discovers that a man has visited the workhouse, looking for the baby girl he was forced to give up. A girl who isn't an orphan after all....

©2017 Holly Green (P)2017 Random House Audiobooks

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brilliant in one word

If you could sum up Workhouse Angel in three words, what would they be?

interesting, a brilliant book.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Amy and her real dad

Which scene did you most enjoy?

when Amy is reunited with her real dad.

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Amy and her life.

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unexpected twists

Enjoyed the unexpected direction that it took. Overall a very good listen. Sustained my interest.

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  • Kathst
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  • 03-01-18

superb from start to finish

excellent story with so many characters introduced . it's heartwarming and entertaining
A great sequel. beautifully written. well done

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We are both the same I was throw my early teen s your great good uncle to step dad they her to rescue her

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