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A Dream of Love

3.82  ·  Rating Details  ·  28 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
An enthralling new saga set in Liverpool from the author of Love Against All Odds. When Molly’s father returns from the war a broken man, the whole family is forced to move into the slums of Liverpool. Despite many difficulties, Molly is determined to make a better life for herself, hoping that one day she’ll find love. But abused by a man she trusted and estranged from th ...more
Paperback, 424 pages
Published August 1st 2008 by Random House UK (first published April 3rd 2008)
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Bronwyn Rykiert
Dec 13, 2010 Bronwyn Rykiert rated it liked it
Shelves: family, audiobook
I find that all of Rosie Harris's books for me only reach 3 star. It's a pity because the story lines are pretty good. I think it is her characters, often they are naive and with not much depth.

Molly Henderson and her siblings (older brother Peter & younger sister Jodie), along with their mother Netta had been managing okay while their father had been away in the army but when he returned home after the war their lives changed for the worst. They had to move from their beloved home in Walla
May 23, 2010 Dannika rated it it was ok
i liked some of the characters in this book, but i don't feel it was very well written. there were too many redundancies and also the characters didn't behave in a way that i thought logical in light of the circumstances and the way their characters had been written earlier in the book.
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Rosie Harris was born in Cardiff and for several years worked in the City Hall. Her husband, Ken, was from Wallasey and after they married they lived on Merseyside for many years.
She has been writing since the 1950’s. In the 1960’s she ran her own agency, Regional Feature Service, writing articles for most of the provincial newspapers.
During the 70’s she became Editorial Controller for a non-ficti
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