The Heart of the Family

The Heart of the Family Liverpool is but when a figure from the past turns up on the doorstep Bella s unexpected reserves of compassion are revealed From hardship and heartbreak surviving the toughest of times the Campion

  • Title: The Heart of the Family
  • Author: Annie Groves
  • ISBN: 9780007265909
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • Liverpool is but when a figure from the past turns up on the doorstep, Bella s unexpected reserves of compassion are revealed From hardship and heartbreak, surviving the toughest of times, the Campions know they can make it through if they have one another.
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    • Annette Hart says:

      Another of Annie Groves' books I've been very naughty and read in a day! This is the third in a series about the same family (and typically read in the wrong order!)which starts with "Across the Mersey", then "As Time Goes By", and at the moment ends with this book.The background to the books is Liverpool during WWII. I like the way that they take their time as they follow the various members of the family, focussing to different degrees in each book on several characters and adding in new ones [...]

    • Christine Lang says:

      Another easy read from Annie Groves. A pleasure to be transported back to the war years and get some little understanding of the true hardship realised by those at home as well as those fighting for their country. I love Annie Groves style of writing and am so sad that this delightful writer is no longer with us. A great loss to all who enjoyed her warm, heartfelt style of writing.

    • mrs mary c cunningham says:

      AAnother great book in the champion family series following the highs and lows of life during war time looking forward to book 4 and all it has to offer

    • Brenda Anderson says:

      Really enjoyed reading this series,great read.

    • Paula Nichols says:

      Carrying on the Campion family saga, it explores the difficulties of balancing love and duty, family and the heart. It is, once again, an easy read but it is enjoyable and you are emotionally tied to the characters,a s one would expect by book 3! I an still keen to read the remaining books in the saga.

    • Krisz says:

      This was an okay book. Sometimes boring, mostly because it felt like one chapter from a long story, and some life scenes just weren't interesting. I felt AG should have done better, if she wrote individual stories into different books, like Lena's story, Luke's story etc. At the end the wedding was especially a section where I just turned the pages without reading.

    • Pauline Woods says:

      Following on From the first two books i quite enjoyed this one. War time in England would have been vary hard on families and this gives us some idea of the trials and tribulations that families had to suffer.

    • Carol B Davis says:

      Love this series I love this series and the campion family who are one as a family but distinct as individuals.I love this series about the a family in Wii who is one as a family but distinct as individuals.

    • Diane Heath says:

      This is one of the better books in this series or in series like them. Bella grows up while helping Lena and Vi deal with the damage done by her father and brother. Some of the books will become soap opera ish but this one managed to avoid that failing in spite of the storylines.

    • Kellie Mackrell says:

      Didn't enjoy the start of this book so am not going to waste my time finishing it

    • Victoria Shepherd says:

      Much more nuanced than its predecessors in the series - a lovely, heartwarming read.

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