Liberty & Opportunity

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 review
In 1898 Amanda elopes with Jack and develops a publishing empire.

Daughter, Dorothy falls in love with a soldier about to be charged for desertion from the trenches in WW1. In World War 11, Cindy becomes a Land Girl in war torn England and tragedy strikes the family.

Each period has drama and sometimes tragedy, but vividly illustrates the determination of each woman to enrich her life through More
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About Ross Richdale

After a teaching career, Ross Richdale now writes full time. He has completed over thirty novels both contemporary and science fiction novels, most of which are on line as ebooks . He lives in the small university city of Palmerston North in the North Island of New Zealand and is married with three children & four grandchildren

When he is not writing, Ross enjoys drawing and wandering in the countryside..

Many of his novels reflect his interest in the rural lifestyle as well as the cross section of personalities encountered during his years as a teacher. Ordinary people rather than the super rich, the super powerful or violent, are the main characters in his novels. He is also interested in current events and uses international incidents as a backdrop for many of his novels.

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jules103 reviewed on March 2, 2012

The stories were compelling. The four women profiled had different experiences, so it wasn't repetitive going from one generation to the next. My favorite was Dorothy, the nurse in WWI.

I would have rated this as four stars, but there were too many places where the book could have used a proofreader or copy editor. Supporting characters' names changed with no explanation (a dialogue between Molly and Amanda suddenly has "Mary said"; the farmer's wife in Cindy's story was sometimes Edith and sometimes Edna.) Incorrect words that sound similar were also a common problem. (Bad guys were referred to as "oaths" instead of "oafs"; a small room was called a "cubical" instead of "cubicle"...)
(reviewed 8 months after purchase)
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