Two Sides

Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
Sometimes it helps to write things down, when I've done that I feel vindicated. But the pain comes back and makes me feel sick. Not physical pain more mental anguish.
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About Angela Hope

Born in the UK 1947 and emigrated to Perth Australia in 1989 with her husband and two daughters. Angela Hope is now a retired Author and Artist who was inspired to write children’s stories when her first grand daughter was born in 1992. She wrote 30 stories and had been accepted by a publisher that unfortunately went bankrupt in 1995. With her husband creating her book covers Angela has finally put them and her latest stories on the Internet for children to enjoy.

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Melissa Hillegers reviewed on on Sep. 7, 2018

I've had the pleasure of meeting this lovely lady and it's been a pleasure to read her work. This story was similar to mine and it helped me to repair my relationship with my own mother. Thank you Angela.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
patsy16 reviewed on on May 16, 2018

Need to add the well deserved star rating to my review below
(reviewed the day of purchase)
patsy16 reviewed on on May 15, 2018
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I read this book while relaxing on holiday and it touched my heart. The mother's love for her children overwhelmed me. I am one of the lucky one's who had a wonderful Mother and would like to think I am now a good Mum, but you never know what life will bring to you, or how your children will suddenly change. Through my life I have made several friends whose life was sadly affected by the actions of parents and parents who have been affected by their children's actions.
Beautifully written
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Thefitzes reviewed on on Nov. 24, 2017

What a truly honest and courageous story for Angela to write depecting a mothers unconditional love of her daughters. Such a heartfelt read, synonymous with so many lives today. This story reinforces that determination and love can overcome obstacles to reunite families. A terrific read Angela, highly recommended to others. 😊
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Keymor reviewed on on Jan. 16, 2017

Oh my gosh. I have just finished reading this story and it had me heartbroken, enthralled and then happy for the author/Mum. What a range of emotions she has evoked in a short story. As painful as it obviously would have been putting pen to paper (so to speak) I am guessing it was very cathartic for the author and I would hope that having seen it in writing hopefully she can see that the only action she could be accused of is loving her daughters and her grandchildren & that certainly isn't anything to be sorry for. Wow just loved it, even though it tugged at my heartstrings, and I had to keep reading to see what the outcome was. Excellent writing Angela Hope - there is always Hope.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Rosemary J. Peel reviewed on on Jan. 16, 2017

This heartbreaking tale tears at the heart strings dealing as it does with the emotional turmoil of a family split apart. Misunderstanding, touchiness, obstinacy and poor communication left a mother heart broken. The author's surname could not be more pertinent to the story she tells. She always held on to the thread of hope despite set back after set back and is finally rewarded. The pain jumps out of the pages, but so too does a love that refused to die. I am happy to recommend it and to award it a five stars.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Bookliker2 reviewed on on Jan. 14, 2017

I am amazed at how captivating Angela’s story was. She writes so convincingly for both sides of the story, I was completely drawn in.
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