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The Girl from Seaforth Sands

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Amy Logan's family is poor but proud. They scrape a living by shrimping for the big Liverpool fish market, which Amy hates. It's only because her beloved, and strict, mother rules her with a rod of iron that she mucks in. But Isobel Logan dies in childbirth, and Amy and her brothers start to run wild. Matters aren't helped when her father marries Suzie Keagan from down the ...more
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Published November 1st 2005 by Ulverscroft (first published July 2001)
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Barbra
Dec 13, 2009 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This was an ok read,

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Liverpool, 1902. Bill and Isobel Logan scratch a living by selling their shrimps around the streets of Liverpool, but Amy, their youngest daughter, hates the work, particularly the smell, about which their neighbour, Paddy Keagan, constantly taunts her.
When Isobel dies, Bill marries Suzie Keagan, a good-looking widow but lazy and selfish. The Keagans move in and tension begins to mount.....
Amy is desperate to get away. She takes a room-share in the city centr
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Heather
Jan 21, 2013 rated it really liked it
This was a fairly standard Katie Flynn novel. Easy to read and non taxing. Enjoyable but slightly more predictable than her normal books I thought. I did find that there were a few more characters than usual and found all the different girls a bit confusing. I found Mary's final romance totally lacklustre. Amy's romance was very predictable also. I did like that K F tried to tackle themes such as the suffragette movement and rioting etc. Overall another nice Katie Flynn novel but not one of her ...more
Tracey
Oct 20, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I enjoyed reading this book but I must say not as much as some other books by Katie Flynn. I only gave it 3 stars as I found it to be very predictable and at times I felt frustrated with the main character in the book, Amy. I felt that not a lot actually happened in this book, it was more about relationships and didn't go into much detail about the history of the time it was set which I usually enjoy. All the characters in this book - and there are many all seem to get their happy ever after.
Rosemary
Dec 29, 2011 rated it really liked it
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Katie Flynn has the ability to make the reader feel as if they are living the story in the era in which it is set. In-depth information is imparted in such a way that the facts seep into conscious awareness, adding to and rather than, spoiling the flow of the tale. I recommend the book to all who enjoy a good story, a true romance, a saga well told.
Ritu
Mar 04, 2013 rated it really liked it
It was simple. It was nothing special. It was a normal story about a normal girl.
I read it like 20 times.
Her struggles, her want for independence, the love for her family, the love for paddy no matter how much she tried to hide it. It was simplllly sweet and a great book :)
Barry
Jun 05, 2014 added it
Another great book by Katie
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Katie Flynn was born in Norwich and attended Norwich High School, where she was extremely happy and extremely undistinguished. Published at the tender age of eight, in Enid Blyton's Sunny Stories, she joined a Writers’ Circle as an adult, publishing short stories, articles, etc; only turning to novels in 1971 because the postal strike cut off her main source of income!
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