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We've Come to Take You Home by Susan Gandar
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We've Come to Take You Home

by Susan Gandar

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Two girls, Jess and Sam from different times - First World War and present day. Their lives are colliding as Sam keeps blacking out to find herself being Jess. This is a beautifully written book, part timeslip, part ghost story. Great descriptions of life as a maid of all work i.e. a general dogsbody who has to do everything, hardly any time off and certainly not much sleep. So much drudgery and for little reward plus don't even look at the family let alone speak! I loved reading this book and didn't want it to end - enchanting. Probably the best book I've read this year. ( )
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