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The Promise: A beautiful and heartbreaking novel of lost love and dark secrets From the bestselling Winston Graham Historical Prize for Fiction shortlisted author, comes a haunting and beautiful new novel. What if you discovered your whole life has been a lie? Drawn to Cornwall in search of ans From the bestselling Winston Graham Historical Prize for Fiction shortlisted author, comes a haunting and beautiful new novel.
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Sort order. Sep 18, Lu rated it really liked it. The story is very emotional and extremely detailed.
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Although I have enjoyed the reading, I was curious to find out what really have happened and ended up skipping pages and endless paragraphs. I intent to come back to this book one day, now that I know the ending, and read all the detailed descriptions without getting stressed by them.
It is a very interesting point of view of the events preceding the D day, the horrors of war and the people who suffered through the experience. Aug 21, Pam rated it it was amazing. The Promise is by Ruth Saberton. This World War II novel was a wonderful surprise. Sometimes you read a book that just resonates with meaning for you. It takes you completely out of your time and place into a different world where there are terrible and wonderful things happening. When those things happening are those that actually happened and happened to real people, it really wakes you up. That is a book that you simply never want to end and although you are thrilled for it to end, you are al The Promise is by Ruth Saberton.
That is a book that you simply never want to end and although you are thrilled for it to end, you are also disappointed that it ends as you have to leave that magical world for the real world.
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Ruth Saberton has done that with this book. She has taken a time of turmoil and created an Eden where love and romance take the stage.
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However, evil and trouble lurk in the background. This book was a surprise which I found recommended for me on Amazon Unlimited. Without that recommendation, I probably would never have found this book and my reading world would not have been so blessed. The book has just about everything you could want in a good book and it is well-written and compelling to read. I highly recommend this to readers who are interested in reading different aspects of World War II. Jun 30, Mrs Margaret rated it it was amazing. Ruth Saberton has done it again with another truly absorbing book.
The story is told through the lives of three women and the way their lives are interconnected through events and time, which is not always an easy read with the realities of war and prejudice, but also uplifting with the hope of questi Ruth Saberton has done it again with another truly absorbing book.
The story is told through the lives of three women and the way their lives are interconnected through events and time, which is not always an easy read with the realities of war and prejudice, but also uplifting with the hope of questions answered and the love that shines throughout these lives.
The author has a wonderful descriptive writing style which brings to life not only the people and events but the places as well as the pain and joy of love and loss. I would highly recommend this book, it has so many twists and turns very much like the Labyrinth with the Sundial at its centre which is at the heart of so much of this story. I was left with my emotions raw but also joy at the end of this book but with so many questions answered and the belief that love does indeed conquer all.
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