The Mersey Girls (Free)


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  1. says: The Mersey Girls (Free) Katie Flynn Ä 0 SUMMARY FREE READ The Mersey Girls

    The Mersey Girls (Free) A gentle heart warming tale of twin sisters Linnet and Lucy Murphy who are parted as babies and lead very different lives as a result One stays at home on Ivy Farm in Ireland and the other ends up in the big city of Liverpool having to rely on the hospitality of others and eventually make her own way to make ends meat From reading the blurb I was expecting the sisters to meet up much sooner and so for me the story seemed to be go

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    FREE READ The Mersey Girls The Mersey Girls (Free) This story is about twin girls Linett and Lucy who were separated when they were four months old We read about Lucy growing up in Ireland on the family farm and Linett in Liverpool where she overcomes difficulties to make her way in the worldI found this book difficult to get into at first but in the end I found it a pleasant story

  3. says: The Mersey Girls (Free) Katie Flynn Ä 0 SUMMARY

    The Mersey Girls (Free) Having recently visited Liverpool I wanted to read a social history book set in that city This tale begins in 1

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    FREE READ The Mersey Girls The Mersey Girls (Free) Katie Flynn Ä 0 SUMMARY A lovely story you are there with the characters be it on Ivy Farm with Lucy or the streets of Liverpool with Linnet It kinda of ended uickly and would have been good to end with Maeve coming back for Lucy's wedding and being reunited with Linnet

  5. says: The Mersey Girls (Free) FREE READ The Mersey Girls

    The Mersey Girls (Free) A good read for a trip

  6. says: The Mersey Girls (Free) Katie Flynn Ä 0 SUMMARY

    DOWNLOAD ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ä Katie Flynn Katie Flynn Ä 0 SUMMARY The Mersey Girls (Free) If you've read other Kate Flynn novels and enjoyed them you will enjoy this A thoroughly enjoyable read was almost disappointed to finish reading it

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    The Mersey Girls (Free) Katie Flynn Ä 0 SUMMARY Currently reading and my biggest concern is what sort of editor allows such cultural and historical inaccuracy in a book In so far as I know

  8. says: The Mersey Girls (Free) DOWNLOAD ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ä Katie Flynn Katie Flynn Ä 0 SUMMARY

    Katie Flynn Ä 0 SUMMARY DOWNLOAD ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ä Katie Flynn The Mersey Girls (Free) I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book It has loss romance and long lost family fighting poverty and ties to Ireland An interesting read

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    The Mersey Girls (Free) Katie Flynn Ä 0 SUMMARY FREE READ The Mersey Girls This was the first time I've read a Katie Flynn book and although it was a very easy read and flowed brilliantly there were a few things that I didn't like about itThe main issue I had was that the first few chapters started off with listing the year it took place which made it easy to know the ages of the characters and how long h

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    The Mersey Girls (Free) This is the first book of hers that I have read uite good uick readBack Cover BlurbSpring 1913 and seventeen year old Evie Murphy is leaving her native Ireland for the city of Liverpool with her baby daughter Linnet but leaving Linnet's frail twin Lucy behind But there are mixed fortunes ahead for Evie and while Lucy grow

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FREE READ The Mersey Girls

SUMMARY ↠ The Mersey Girls Rish countryside Linnet is all too often forced to throw herself on the mercy of the enormous impoverished Sullivan family Life in a slum court during the thirties is far from easy but when tragedy strikes it becomes the only existence possible for Linnet Des A good read for a trip

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SUMMARY ↠ The Mersey Girls Titute she disappears into the Liverpool slums like an teardrop in an ocean Lucy meanwhile urgently needs her sister by her side But she has little idea when she leaves the farm and sets off to look for Linnet how their meeting will change their lives for eve This was the first time I ve read a Katie Flynn book and although it was a very easy read and flowed brilliantly there were a few things that I didn t like about itThe main issue I had was that the first few chapters started off with listing the year it took place which made it easy to know the ages of the characters and how long has passed However it wasn t long before this dropped off and the rest of the book didn t mention the year This meant that sometimes I could be halfway through a chapter before I realised that years had passed since the previous chapter so the timeline felt a bit all of the placeFlynn however has made some very likeable characters the twins in particular Although I preferred Linnet s story as I found it so much interesting and felt that she went on of a journey they were both easy to like and emphasise with There were a few characters I felt took up too much of the story and it could have been trimmed down a lot but it was an easy enjoyable read

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SUMMARY ↠ The Mersey Girls Spring 1913 and seventeen year old Evie Murphy is leaving her native Ireland for the city of Liverpool with her baby daughter Linnet but leaving Linnet's frail twin Lucy behind These are mixed fortunes ahead for Evie and while Lucy grows up in the beautiful I A gentle heart warming tale of twin sisters Linnet and Lucy Murphy who are parted as babies and lead very different lives as a result One stays at home on Ivy Farm in Ireland and the other ends up in the big city of Liverpool having to rely on the hospitality of others and eventually make her own way to make ends meat From reading the blurb I was expecting the sisters to meet up much sooner and so for me the story seemed to be going at a very slow pace and really focussing in on what each girl s upbringing was like and the experiences they had and the people they met But about halfway through I realised their meeting is going to be the climax of this story and I started to enjoy the book much I couldn t figure out why it was called The Mersey Girls and even began to consider that the front cover was a mistake as the girls surname is Murphy But I knew really that that couldn t be the case and I was looking forward to finding out why they receive the name Mersey I m guessing a little knowledge of Liverpool might have helped me but I won t give anything else awayThere are some lovely snippets of imagery in this book which really place you there in that setting And each character is well written I can see them hear their voices uite vividly and care about what happens to themI enjoyed watching Linnet and Lucy grow and mature and following their story and the family and friends around them And I especially enjoyed seeing them meet and fitting their very different lives together like a little puzzle that was always meant to be completedIf you don t like too much action or heavy drama or tragedy you will enjoy this book It s still a rollercoaster with realistic drama tears disappointments joys successes failures but it leaves you with a smile on your face making you feel satisfied and that you ve just read something really nice and wholesome

  • Paperback
  • 400
  • The Mersey Girls
  • Katie Flynn
  • English
  • 14 December 2018
  • 9780749316280