The Apple Picker's Daughter

The Apple Picker s Daughter Born in the s on a UK apple farm Clare Rivers is a girl out of time living in a family and a world that makes little sense to her Determined to carve out her place somehow and with her deep lov

  • Title: The Apple Picker's Daughter
  • Author: Anne Brooke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Born in the 1960s on a UK apple farm, Clare Rivers is a girl out of time, living in a family and a world that makes little sense to her Determined to carve out her place somehow, and with her deep love of her father to see her through, Clare begins a unique journey to discover the reasons for her own existence If she can However, accompanied by the oddities of family, sBorn in the 1960s on a UK apple farm, Clare Rivers is a girl out of time, living in a family and a world that makes little sense to her Determined to carve out her place somehow, and with her deep love of her father to see her through, Clare begins a unique journey to discover the reasons for her own existence If she can However, accompanied by the oddities of family, school and the strange lyrical life of the apples, can Clare really find a place within herself to call home This novel will appeal to lovers of rural life, recent history and a child s quirky but clear sighted view of the adult world.

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    About "Anne Brooke"

    1. Anne Brooke

      Anne Brooke lives in Surrey, UK She is a multi published author in a variety of genres, including gay erotic romance, fantasy, comedy, thrillers, biblical fiction and the occasional chicklit novel Her fiction has been shortlisted for the Harry Bowling Prize for novels set in London and the Royal Literary Fund Scheme.When not writing, she spends time in the garden attempting to differentiate between flowers and weeds Occasionally, she can also be found in the kitchen making cakes Every now and again, they are edible.Her websites can be found at annebrooke, gayreads, biblicalfiction and gathandria for fantasy fiction.She has a Facebook fan page here facebook annebrookebooksShe is also on Twitter twitter AnneBrookeBooksReviews Every single character here is unique I couldn t stop thinking while reading this story that each and every one of them pulses with life MM Good Book Reviews on Maloney s Law a flawlessly written, beautiful yet haunting story, at times gritty, dark and intense Queer Magazine Online on A Dangerous Man an exceptionally well written and thrilling mystery novel This novel grabbed a hold of me almost immediately and would not let go Romance Junkies Reviews on The Bones of Summer a slow burning mystery woven into the ordinary lives of a close knit group of friends This is a great choice for readers who prefer to get to know characters well before the plot heats up The payoff at the end is well worth the initial emotional investment Long and Short Reviews about Thorn in The Flesh a great, laid back story with many twists to keep you laughing The fast paced flow of the wacky story was undeniably fun I say that if on a rainy day or just when you need to laugh in a The Birdcage feel, this book is for you Dark Diva Reviews on Pink Champagne and Apple Juice

    158 thoughts on “The Apple Picker's Daughter”

    1. Anne Brooke is a brilliantly luminous writer in a variety of genres and people should be reading her stuff. Something that is unique to Brooke's writing is her ability to interest me in things I would have thought I would dislike. This has happened on more than one occasion and has me seeking out everything she has published. I found this story astonishing. To a degree, Clare reminded me of the character created by Beverly Cleary, Ramona, because both children are really in their heads and puzzl [...]


    2. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. A great coming of age story as told by a child trying to make sense of the inane adult world. The child, Clare, had some physical abnormalities as well as some learning difficulties when she was very young. In spite of the bullying, she excelled. Thanks to the author for the privilege of reading this book. More like a 4.5 rating.


    3. This book does a great job of telling a story from the point of view of a very young person who is looking to her father for guidance. It really wasn't my type of book but I received it for review and an honest opinion. I believe that this book would be great for anyone who is looking for a more laid back lazy day read because it is a short novel or novella and it takes place in a rural setting where life is naturally slower. A great pick for the genre and well written, just not for me.


    4. I just couldn't get into this book. I found the main character of this book to be hard to relate to, even though I experienced some similar events in my own childhood. I totally did not like the way the book ended. It felt as if the way it ended should have been the starting point for the "real" story. I kept putting the book aside, hoping that when I picked it up next the story would get to the point. I was very disappointed with this book. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an [...]



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