The Glassblower's Daughter

Rated 5.00/5 based on 7 reviews
Greta's life is carefree until the abrupt disappearance of her elder sister, and all her courage can't save her from the sinister shadows that engulf her. Even when she finds a way out betrayal and treachery threaten her.

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Words: 95,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458185174
About Frances Clarke

Still busy writing more stories for another collection plus working on a memoir-type book about my Mum and my second novel which is set in Southampton and opens as the 2nd world war begins. Come and say hello on my Facebook page (link above)
Visit my blog - become a member. I try to keep a page going on that which documents how hard I am finding it as I go along! With cheerful pictures of cake and the other nice things that keep me going.

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Review by: Joe Cowan on Oct. 29, 2011 :
I'd almost forgotten what good book was really like!
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Review by: Rebecca Smith on Jan. 05, 2011 :
This is a wonderful first novel and Greta is a winning heroine. The writing is powerful, lyrical and funny. Read this one!
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Review by: Stefan Iddon-Meyers on Dec. 19, 2010 :
This novel is poignant, humourous and heartbreaking. Well observed characters and an absolutely gripping story. I cannot recommend The Glass Blower's Daughter enough!
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Review by: Val Clarke on Dec. 13, 2010 :
This brilliant novel gives an acutely observed and lucid portrayal of the subtleties, cruelties and betrayals in relationships together with the powerful influences of unconditional love and positive memories that make up the formative experiences of the main character and ultimately help her to find her way. Everyone should read this book.
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Review by: Sam Whitley on Dec. 12, 2010 :
The main character is very engaging and you can't help rooting for her. It's the story of how she survives back in the days when there were no help lines or counselling. I like the humour too. Excellent book.
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Review by: Helena Silver on Dec. 07, 2010 :
This is a totally captivating book. It’s a beautifully crafted story with a dark edge to it. It made me laugh, it made me cry - I loved it. Just read it!
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Review by: Mark Chisnell on Nov. 18, 2010 :
This is a wonderful book, I loved Greta's heartbreaking but ultimately redemptive journey, with some truly marvellous scenes - the ending was so poignant, so complete. This is a 'must-read' book.
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