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Journeys' End A Wartime Romance Summer 1939 Leonie Harcourt, Nearly Eighteen, Finds Herself Pregnant By Her Parisian Lover, Luc Gosselin, In A London Preparing For War She Is Dispatched To An Unknown Aunts Farm In Somerset Luc Doesnt Return After The War, But Throughout All The Years Ahead Leonie Keeps What He Gave Her To Take Care Of A Small Locked Suitcase And It Is This That Will Reconnect Her At Last With The Gosselin Family.

  • Hardcover
  • 217 pages
  • Journeys' End
  • Sally Stewart
  • English
  • 06 March 2019
  • 9780727867179

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10 thoughts on “Journeys' End

  1. says:

    Somewhere, I must have read a review of this book because, based on that, I placed a hold on it at the library Set mostly in the Somerset, England countryside, it follows a woman and her descendents , through to her grandchildren Seemingly about the family in general, it seemed to me to me mostly about affairs failed love affairs, aborted love affairs, marriages made not for love that turn into love, love affairs derailed by differences of nationality and class, etc etc The story starts just as WWII is erupting in Europe and ends some 50 or 60 years later Kind of interesting to have yet another view of how WWII manifested in the lives of those in England, in the French Resistance I didn t realize DeGaulle exhorted Frenchmen to escape to England and from there fight against the Germans , and in...

  2. says:

    I quite liked this book Personally i love world war books and i ve read quite a few I liked the writing style of the dialogue and the play format of the book just makes it clearer The book really shows the troubles of life in war a...

  3. says:

    It was aight

  4. says:

    A very light read disappointing at times as it is too shallow.

  5. says:

    Takes place in Somerset That s why I read it WWII story ok.

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