Author: Susan Gandar

Wonderful review by Linda Green – of ‘We’ve Come to Take You Home’

Full Text of Review: ​I am writing this now with tears rolling down my face as I have just finished the last sentence of this beautifully heartbreaking story. There are so many stunning components in this novel that combine to

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Brew and Books Review of ‘We’ve Come to Take You Home’

We’ve Come to Take You Home is a poignant read about family, history, war and reconnecting with your past to form your future. I had no idea of what to expect when I started to read this debut novel. Was it

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Hair Past a Freckle Review of ‘We’ve Come to Take You Home’

Book Review – We’ve Come to Take You Home by Susan Gandar When I read the description for We’ve Come to Take You Home, I knew this was a book I wanted to read and I’m so grateful to Susan

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Historical Novel Society Review of ‘We’ve Come to Take You Home’

We’ve Come to Take You Home Review BY SUSAN GANDAR Find & buy on This debut takes us into the lives of two 15-year-old girls: Sam Foster, who lives in modern-day England, and Jess Brown, who lived during the Great War.

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Linda’s Book Bag fabulous review of We’ve Come to Take You Home

My Review of We’ve Come To Take You Home Two young women, Jess and Sam, live a century apart and yet are joined in ways they can’t possibly imagine. Although We’ve Come To Take You Home has been sitting on

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Really looking forward to working with this group of incredibly talented youngsters!

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Another super 5 Star review on Amazon.com by The Dalai Momma

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Super Five Star Reviiw by Mark Mayes

Check out Mark’s book The Gift Maker HERE

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Five star review from the lovely Anna Marie Osborne

Check out Anna’s excellent debut novel’Walking Wounded’ here

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Wonderful review by Mairead at Swirl and Thread

Sam expected to see the lights on the promenade twinkling off into the distance, the wings of the angel statue silhouetted against the moonlit sky, the cliffs standing sentinel at either end of the town. But what she expected no

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