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The Tuppenny Child

The Tuppenny Child characters × 107 download Û eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ã Glenda Young read & download The Tuppenny Child Een alone seeking work and a home in the pit village But Sadie is keeping a secret that she is searching for her baby girl who was taken from her at birth to be sold by the child's wicked battleaxe grandmother when Sadie was just fifteen years old All that Sadie knows about the family who took her daughter is that they live What an amazing book What an amazing book this is I come from Ryhope and know all the places personally and especially The Railway Inn where a lot of this book is based It makes me feel really proud of where I come from and gives me a feeling of what my ancestors possibly went through especially if they those three blasts from the horn were heard From beginning to end you are taking on a rollcoaster ride of emotions just like the first bookI liked how bits and pieces from the first book were added It really makes both books connect together aswell as on there own I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to know what life was like in Northern England compared to the south Congratulations

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The Tuppenny Child characters × 107 download Û eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ã Glenda Young read & download The Tuppenny Child From the author of Belle of the Back Streets a dramatically powerful saga of secrets friendship motherhood love and betrayal perfect for fans of Dilly Court and Rosie Goodwin 'She's not worth than tuppence that child' Those are the words that haunt Sadie Linthorpe She is the talk of Ryhope when she arrives there aged sevent I recommend this book A delightfully warm poignant tale about Sadie searching for the baby taken from her without her consent It s vibrant with emotion and tension Sadie is an unforgettable character with such a commendable strength of purpose The characterisation is exceptional with some warm substantial well fleshed out relatable characters I even began to take to Tom when I recognised he was riddled with PTSD The theme perfectly outlines the plight and stigma attached to an unwed mother in those days Thank you to NetGalley and Headline

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The Tuppenny Child characters × 107 download Û eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ã Glenda Young read & download The Tuppenny Child D in Ryhope And the only thing she knows about her daughter is that when the baby was born she had a birthmark on one shoulder that resembled a tiny ladybird But as Sadie's uest begins a visitor from her past appears one who could jeopardise the life she's beginning to build and could separate from her beloved child forever I have been a fan of Glenda s work for a fair while I read her weekly column in the People s Friend magazine and I read and loved her first book called Belle Of The Back Streets as did my lovely Mam I read the synopsis for The Tuppenny Child and I couldn t wait to get my hands on a copy and start reading straightaway That s exactly what I did too I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Tuppenny Child but about that in a bitI took to Sadie Linthorpe from the first time I met her She hasn t exactly been dealt the best hand of cards shall we say Her parents died in an accident and she is on her own She falls in with a woman with an ulterior motive who uses and abuses Sadie whenever she likes This woman s son is also a seriously nasty piece of work I so wished that I could have jumped inside the pages of the book to sort the pair of them out Sadie has a bairn who is sold by the unscrupulous woman that Sadie lives with and this was against her Sadie wishes Sadie resolves to get her baby back but she only has two clues as to the location of her bairn firstly the family that bought her live in Ryhope and secondly Sadie s daughter has a uniue birth mark on her body Sadie knows that if she sees that mark she has found her bairn Sadie moves to Ryhope despite not knowing a soul but it doesn t take her long at all until she finds a job a roof over her head and she starts to make friends Will Sadie find her bairn Is there a twist to the tale Well you are just going to have to read the book for yourselves to find out as I am not going to tell youFor me one of the strong attractions of this book was the fact that the story largely takes place in Ryhope nr Sunderland which back then was in County Durham but it is in Tyne Wear now I love that Glenda has set the book in Ryhope because I have family that lived in Ryhope I never knew them but through Glenda s fabulous writing I got a real sense of the lay out of Ryhope and a good feel for the people who live there I even found that I was reading the book in a Mackem or Durham accent People might not understand what I mean by that but if a character in the book says something then I say it myself with the appropriate accent By the way for those who are unfamiliar with the North East of England a Mackem is somebody from the Sunderland areaIt took me no time at all to become addicted to reading The Tuppenny Child In fact as I was reading the synopsis I just knew that I would be unable to put the book to one side even for just a nano second The book had developed a hold over me and it was a hold that I didn t want to break I had an inkling that I would binge read the book over the course of a day and that s exactly what I did I couldn t bear to be parted from the book and it travelled everywhere with me It was as if by putting the book down I feared breaking the hold that the book had over me At any rate the pages of the book turned increasingly uickly as my desperation to find out if Sadie got the happy ever after ending that she so deserved steadily grew and grew I was so focused on the story and the characters that I lost all track of time It seemed to take me next to no time to get to the end of the book which I was so disappointed about I don t mean that I was disappointed with how the story ended but I was enjoying the author s writing style the characters and the storylines so much that I just wanted the book to continue The Tuppenny Child is brilliantly written but then I wouldn t expect anything else from Glenda Young She has a writing style that is easy to get used to and easy to get along with She certainly knows how to grab your attention from the start and she keeps that attention throughout the story by keeping the characters interesting and the storylines realistic I find that Glenda writes in such a way that feel like a conversation between friends rather than a piece of written text I hope that makes sense Glenda doesn t pull any punches either She tackles particular subjects with great sensitivity and compassionate whilst at the same time being totally honestReading The Tuppenny Child certainly took me on an emotional rollercoaster ride with all the ups downs highs lows and well you get the picture This book had me feeling happy one minute and angry the next I had taken to Sadie and most of the characters so well that if anything happened to them it felt personal and because they hurt I hurt I so wished that I could have jumped inside the pages of the book to sort certain characters out or encourage to vacate the area although I wouldn t have been as polite as thatIn short Glenda Young has done it again and she has written one hell of a book that will tug on even the hardest of heartstrings I would definitely recommend this author and her books to other readers I can t wait to read what she comes up with next and fortunately I don t have too long to wait because her next book Pearl Of Pit Lane is due to be released on 14th November 2019 The score on the Ginger Book Geek board for The Tuppenny Child is a very well deserved 5 out of 5


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    [The Tuppenny Child] Read º Glenda Young download Û eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ã Glenda Young read & download The Tuppenny Child Set in May 1919 Sadie Linthorpe is just seventeen years old She goes in search of the child that was stolen from her when she was just days old She finds work and a place to stay in the Railway Inn in Ryhope where she believes the child she called Bridie now resides All she remembers about her is the red wine mark on her shoulder in the shape of a ladybirdThis is a beautifully written roller coaster read Sadie is a really strong character

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    [The Tuppenny Child] Read º Glenda Young Glenda Young à 7 characters read & download The Tuppenny Child What an Absolutely Fantastic Book i have so loved reading about Sadie and her search for her daughter who was take

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    [The Tuppenny Child] Read º Glenda Young download Û eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ã Glenda Young I recommend this book A delightfully warm poignant tale about Sadie searching for the baby taken from her without her consent It’s vibrant with emotion and tension Sadie is an unforgettable character with such a commendable strength of purpose The characterisation is exceptional with some warm substantial well fleshed out relatable characters I even began to take to Tom when I recognised he was riddled with P

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    [The Tuppenny Child] Read º Glenda Young read & download The Tuppenny Child Loved loved loved this book I read Glenda Young's first novel Belle of the Back Streets and really enjoyed it If anything I think I enjoyed The Tuppenny Child even It's another story set in the northeast pit village of Ryhope in 1919 and this time features a really strong young woman called Sadie who goes in search of her stolen ch

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    [The Tuppenny Child] Read º Glenda Young A UNIUE CAPTIVATING BOOK Sadie Linthorpe seventeen years old it's May 1919 and she arrives in Ryhope Sunderland after taking the train journe

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    Glenda Young à 7 characters [The Tuppenny Child] Read º Glenda Young What an amazing book What an amazing book this is I come from Ryhope and know all the places personally and especially The Railway Inn where

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    read & download The Tuppenny Child download Û eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB à Glenda Young Glenda Young à 7 characters I have been a fan of Glenda's work for a fair while I read her weekly column in the People's Friend magazine and I read and loved her first book called 'Belle Of The Back Streets' as did my lovely Mam I read the synopsis for 'The Tuppenny Child' and I couldn't wait to get my hands on a copy and start reading straightaway That's exactly what I did too I thoroughly enjoyed reading 'The Tuppenny Child' but about that in a b

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    Glenda Young à 7 characters download Û eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB à Glenda Young read & download The Tuppenny Child Sadie Linthorpe has a secret Last year she had a baby daughter who was taken from her and sold by her very own grandmother for tuppence Sadie knows two things only Her child has a birthmark shaped like a ladybird on her shoulder and that she was taken to RyhopeEventually Sadie runs away and makes her way to Ryhope in the north east where she starts to search for her daughterHere she begins a new life making friends and starting wo

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    [The Tuppenny Child] Read º Glenda Young download Û eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ã Glenda Young A heartwarming and evocative read with an endearing lead character Sadie Linthorpe and authentic settings Just as with Belle of the Back Streets Glenda writes with warmth and affection about the struggles of women in a mining community in 1919 Ryhope Sunderland My own town of Hartlepool features too I was carried along in

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    [The Tuppenny Child] Read º Glenda Young download Û eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ã Glenda Young read & download The Tuppenny Child A great read Loved this novel When Sadie finds herself pregnant by her landladies son he decides he wants nothin

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