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Fragile

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Following the breakdown of her marriage, in desperation Beth Swann uses a donor bank in her hometown of Liverpool to start her family. 18 years later, her daughter, Julia, increasingly intrigued by the identity of her biological father, goes against her mother’s wishes and returns to Liverpool to complete the jigsaw of her background. Julia finds that not only Liverpool ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published June 27th 2009 by Legend Times Group
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Gretel
Mar 27, 2015 Gretel rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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This book is a lot like a soap opera, but not a fantastically written one, because some of the dialogue reminded me of something from wattpad. Watson has the tendency to get a little too lost in her descriptions e.g. dark columns instead of legs; what about a person wearing white trousers? Watson is very generous with descriptions of areas and listing various places in Stoke Newington and Liverpool, but they're written in the way that I can't picture the areas and I am just bombarded by meaningl ...more
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