Isobel's Story (Swallowcliffe Hall #3)
by Jennie Walters (Goodreads Author)
In the final part of the Swallowcliffe Hall trilogy, Isobel comes to the shell of this once-beautiful house with her gas mask in 1939, to stay with her grandmother Polly. Talk of war is on everyone's lips and it's an anxious time - especially for Andreas, a boy who has escaped from Germany on the Kindertransporte: the evacuation of thousands of Jewish children to safety in...more
Kindle Edition, 185 pages
(first published March 1st 2007)
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This was an interesting book. I thought it, like Grace's Story and Polly's Story, was kind of choppy and cut off somewhat abruptly, though not so much as the others, at the end. I would read other books by this author. They are quick reads and, after watching Downtown Abbey, made me want more from this era.
After studying English Literature at Bristol University, I worked in publishing before deciding to write my own stories. I've had about twenty-five books published for children and young adults. The 'Swallowcliffe Hall' books - novels centred around a grand English country house, the family who live there and the servants who look after them - have recently been released with lovely new covers in...moreMore about Jennie Walters...