Lavender Road

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
'Unputdownable' Western Telegraph
Opening in 1939, Lavender Road follows the lives of the people who live in one South London street through the first year of WW2.
Everyone suspects that the war will change their lives, perhaps for ever - mostly they are right.
Helen Carey’s characters are so real that they live on with you beyond the page. Warm, lively, enriching. Storytelling at it best. More

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Words: 147,750
Language: English
ISBN: 9781908686022
About Helen Carey

Helen Carey is the author of Lavender Road, Some Sunny Day, On a Wing and a Prayer, Slick Deals and The Art of Loving. Having spent time in various parts of the world she now lives in West Wales where she and her husband run their small farm as a conservation project. She is a fellow of the Royal Literary Fund and teaches creative writing at the local university. Previously she has worked as a tour guide, oil trader, management consultant and army officer. She is also an artist and has a small gallery in a converted goat shed.

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Review by: Marc Mordey on March 08, 2012 :
This is the first of Helen Carey's books that I read - and it will certainly not be the last. The story is absolutely rivetting, the characters are strongly drawn, believable and you really care about them and their futures. The Second World War was obviously awful for soldiers and their families but this novel vividly reconstructs the privations and challenges to citizens as the war began to dominate their lives. Great read!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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