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Whispering Stories – @storywhispers – WE’ve Come to Take You Home – Blog Tour

  original posting at http://whisperingstories.com/weve-come-to-take-you-home-by-susan-gandar-blog-tour-excerpt-giveaway/?platform=hootsuite There was a long, drawn-out sigh, followed by the tearing of the air, and the surrounding darkness was split by a flash of white light. Sam expected to see the lights on the promenade twinkling off

Recording of Susan with @TammyGooding at BBC Hereford and Worcester @bbchw

Part One Part 2

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GROWING UP WITH AN ABSENT FATHER

What was it like to grow up, the daughter of a 4 Oscar winning father? Yes, it had its moments, very exciting and very different. One of my birthdays was spent, with a group of friends, visiting Shepperton Studios where

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Recording of Susan with Neil Francis on Radio Kent

it’s in two parts with a little music in the middle

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Great review by “The Club with No Name” Bookgroup, Brighton

The strong character depiction and interesting parallel storyline between past and future kept us all gripped.  We especially enjoyed the really vivid description of the relationship between Jess and Ellie. The story would be a super introduction to life on the home front, during the First World War, particularly

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#NetGalley 5 Star – I suppose it becomes bittersweet. I loved this.

I read this novel quite quickly-by that, I mean it took me under three hours. I found that this was a novel suited for a Sunday morning. It made me feel such intense appreciation for what we have today, in

NetGalley 4 Star – An entertaining and fast paced read, ideal to take to the beach or on the plane

An entertaining and fast paced read, ideal to take to the beach or on the plane. Two girls, Sam in the present day and Jess in 1914 are somehow connected. Sam slips between the two eras – not a new

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Five Star review from Sandra Marsh in Los Angeles – the Hollywood Film Agent

“Susan Gandar’s powerful novel kept me turning the page. How and when would Jess and Sam’s lives come together? Their individual stories in different centuries brilliantly intertwined. I admit to shedding a few tears and couldn’t put it down. Congratulations

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Irene Appleby’s 4 Star Review for We’ve Come to Take You Home on NetGalley

Irene Appleby’s 4 Star Review for We’ve Come to Take You Home on NetGalley Two girls, Jess and Sam from different times – First World War and present day. Their lives are colliding as Sam keeps blacking out to find

Rosemary’s 5 Star review of We’ve Come to Take You Home on NetGalley

Rosemary’s 5 Star review of We’ve Come to Take You Home on NetGalley In the years surrounding the Great War, Jess Brown and her family face tremendous hardship and loss, with Jess losing her father to war and her baby

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