Nobody's Child

Elizabeth Gill

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Nobody's Child

Nobody s Child A heart wrenching family saga for fans of Dilly Court and Val Wood Kath walked for so long that she wanted to lie down in the snow and sleep but she thought of her sister and knew she must go on Soon

  • Title: Nobody's Child
  • Author: Elizabeth Gill
  • ISBN: 9781784298968
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A heart wrenching family saga for fans of Dilly Court and Val Wood Kath walked for so long that she wanted to lie down in the snow and sleep but she thought of her sister and knew she must go on Soon the snow was so deep that she couldn t move She could feel her shoes disintegrating and her feet were numb The sky cleared and a great big moon came out and there were soA heart wrenching family saga for fans of Dilly Court and Val Wood Kath walked for so long that she wanted to lie down in the snow and sleep but she thought of her sister and knew she must go on Soon the snow was so deep that she couldn t move She could feel her shoes disintegrating and her feet were numb The sky cleared and a great big moon came out and there were so many stars She remembered what her mother had said before she died, that each star was one of her people She musn t give up now When their mother dies and their father, in his grief, burns down their wagon and runs away, Kath and Ella gypsy sisters suddenly become orphans With no one to turn to for help, they face hardship and hunger at every turn Will their special sisters bond be strong enough to see them to safety From the bestselling author of Miss Appleby s Academy and Far From My Father s House comes a heartwarming tale of family and overcoming adversity.

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    One thought on “Nobody's Child

    1. Ali Bookworm on said:

      This is similaar to Dilly Court type stories. It started off good but I did start to lose concentration and I felt it a bit of a struggle to read the style. I also felt the ending was a bit cut off.

    2. Anne on said:

      I loved this book, heart warming and uplifting throughout. A rags to riches kind of tale, with loveable characters, suffering deprivation but goodness shining through. Kath and Ella,two young gipsy girls are left homeless on the death of their mother, a father who deserts them, they are on their own. As Ella and Kath only have each other and both are young and vulnerable, how can this situation end, other than badly? But no, out of this tragedy, the two girls are helped by the kindness of strang [...]

    3. paul vincent on said:

      I couldn't put this book downI actually chose this book for it's value for money. Being retired the lower cost means I can Read more than one good book. I also read a review staying it was similar to Dilly Court, one of my favorite author. It didn't disappoint it was as good as her stories

    4. Christina Tookey on said:

      A book you can pick up anytime.Enjoyable read, and based in and around Darlington which we know. I could pick up the story easily even after a few days.

    5. Shirley Revill on said:

      I really enjoyed reading this book and it was very well written but very hard to put down.

    6. Louise on said:

      Not a bad little book, got my fix of north east 1900 capers. But did start to bore me in the latter half just not enough desolation for me or workhouses and stuff lol

    7. hilary wilkins on said:

      Nobody's childLovely story first book of Elizabeth's I have read will be reading more of hers writes a good interesting story

    8. c m bolton on said:

      Nobody's childAll of the books written by Elizabeth Gill are very good. They always give the reader a interesting look at all the characters e about and her books give the reader an insite to how the others live. Well worth a read.

    9. keith challioner on said:

      Absolutely fantasticBrilliant hoper for more to come will be waiting any news on new publications will be waiting for any good news

    10. Alva on said:

      Nobody's Child is a clever title for this book because it could apply to a few of the rich characters depicted in Elizabeth Gill's charming tale about sibling love, attachment and detachment, hardship, multiple challenges, and ultimately winning through. Kate and Ella are sisters, torn apart by unfortunate circumstances. Jake and Pat are brothers, whose interdependence ensures their survival in the face of many obstacles. Elizabeth Gill weaves an engaging thread through these two families, while [...]

    11. KeRRy BECK on said:

      Very goodI would recommend this book I didn't want to put it down. Really good characters and a lovely story I just wanted to read the next chapter to see what happened.

    12. Jane Cross on said:

      Not really my kind of book but my Mum loved. If your a fan of Dilly Court this is the author for you.

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