• Title: Poppy Day
  • Author: Annie Murray
  • ISBN: 9780330396271
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poppy Day Jessica runs away from her country home to avoid marriage to the local blacksmith At her aunt s house in Birmingham she meets and falls in love with Ned a family friend But Ned is married and his yo
    Jessica runs away from her country home, to avoid marriage to the local blacksmith At her aunt s house in Birmingham she meets and falls in love with Ned, a family friend But Ned is married and his young wife is expecting a baby.

    One Reply to “Poppy Day”

    1. Poppy Day - Annie MurrayThoughtsThis book is pretty good, if I'm being honest - I wasn't expecting it to be so. The setting is top notch, during WWI and is a chaotic mixture of forbidden love, heartbreak and almost insufferable English accents. I found it a really addictive read, and whilst I disagreed with the little love affair going on between Jess and Ned, I just couldn't put the book down.The StoryPoppy Day begins with us meeting the main character, Jessica Hart, who has run away from her f [...]

    2. I really enjoyed this book it was very unpredictable at times and was a facinating story but at the start of the book it was quite slow and I read it while reading other books and I wasn't that interested but it did get a lot better after a quater or half the way throught the story.

    3. Wow! So much is in one book, it felt like I was reading it forever! There are parts in the book I could not predict, that was for sure! But oh my! The Author does keep you on your toes; though in this case fingers =) Beautiful ending. The last sentence holds a lot of meaning, as I'm sure you'd understand if or when you read it. I can't say too much because I wouldn't want to include any spoilers, but it is a good read! I must admit, I did find it a little difficult to get into to start off with. [...]

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