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Title : Moonlight & Lovesongs
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ISBN : 9780752815640
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 500 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Moonlight & Lovesongs Reviews

  • Graceann
    2018-08-23 23:16

    The War finally comes to an end in this fourth novel of the Street at War series. The characters are truly fed up with the rationing, the new bombs that annihilate without warning, and the separations from their loved ones. But how will the families fit back together when the boys come home? The unfortunate thing about reading these books back-to-back, and not as they came out (which was once a year or so) is that there is a lot of rehashing of storyline in order to refresh the reader's memory which, if you've only just read that storyline three days previously, gets boring in a hurry. In some cases, certain plot points are rehashed within this same novel, as if we've forgotten what had happened fifty pages ago. Most frustrating. Lilian Harry kills off characters I loved (and finally, one I hated) and leaves several loose ends, which makes me wish that she'd write a post-war novel for these particular characters and let us know how they're doing.

  • Stacey Campbell
    2018-09-11 19:02

    Nice end to the April Grove / WW2 series.I got really caught up in some of the characters lives although Olives story was just getting very repetitive towards the last quarter of the book just herself and Ray declaring there love for each other every time we got to them in the book and we still didn't find out what happened between her and Derek.It was a shame to see that a lot of the main characters didn't survive the war.A great series and would defo read it all over again.

  • Andria
    2018-09-17 20:16

    Wonderful reminder of the trip to London where I purchased the book.