A Place to Call Home

A Place to Call Home A story of love courage and friendship in the face of the horrors and hardships of war The heart warming sequel to Nobody s Girl Perfect for the fans Jo Cox and Nadine Dorries Thrown together by trag

  • Title: A Place to Call Home
  • Author: Tania Crosse
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A story of love, courage and friendship in the face of the horrors and hardships of war The heart warming sequel to Nobody s Girl Perfect for the fans Jo Cox and Nadine Dorries Thrown together by tragic circumstances some years previously, Meg and Clarrie s hard won friendship has eventually brought some sense of peace to both their lives But how long can it last WiA story of love, courage and friendship in the face of the horrors and hardships of war The heart warming sequel to Nobody s Girl Perfect for the fans Jo Cox and Nadine Dorries Thrown together by tragic circumstances some years previously, Meg and Clarrie s hard won friendship has eventually brought some sense of peace to both their lives But how long can it last With war on the horizon, Clarrie happily throws open the doors of Robin Hill Hall to a handful of London evacuees which bring with them a new set of concerns and emotions Will they unite and help each other through the darkest days of war And what will happen when an enemy from Meg s past comes back to haunt her

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    • 5☆ Compelling, Charming, Full of Emotion, I loved it!A Place to Call Home is the Sequel to Nobody's Girl.However i wasn't fortunate enough to read the first book. I now have Nobody's Girl  and I'm looking forward to reading it soon.Do I recommend you Read The first book?To an extent yes! I can see I missed alot of the characters stories especially the relationship story between Clarrie and Meg.However this really didn't put me off, as Tania eases you back into the story and new characters hav [...]


    • Meg and Clarissa have found happiness and Robin Hill House is a cheerful household. Unfortunately this prosperous time can't last, because the Second World War breaks out. Meg's boyfriend has to fight and Clarissa's husband is busier than ever helping the government by producing what they need in his factory in London. The women constantly worry about their loved ones, but there's also much work to be done. Evacuees are joining them at Robin Hill House and the place is busier than ever.Meg wants [...]


    • A Place to Call Home by Tania Crosse is a sequel to Nobody’s Girl. Clarissa “Clarrie” Stratfield-Whyte is married to Wigmore and runs Robin Hill House. It is the summer of 1939 in Kent and war with Germany is inevitable. Clarrie has decided that they will take in evacuees from London and it will help fill the hole in their life since she is unable to have children. Meg Chandler (the family took her in after her family died) insists on working and is assigned the duties of a parlor maid. Ho [...]


    • Tania Crosse's A Place to Call Home is a book I've been so looking forward to reading as it is the sequel to Nobody's Girl which I completely adored. This one begins where the other one ended and it took no effort at all to get back into the story. As with the first, this novel is an absolute joy to read.We follow the residents of Robin Hill House through the declaration of WWII and the trying years which follow. The tale does touch on all the horrors of war but mainly concentrates on how life i [...]


    • Set in WW2 in a small village we have a well knit community and family. The usual heartache of war will come upon them all. Lovers will be separated, families split, some may never return and then there are the London evacuees. Some of them never seen a cow before, most unused to country life, some willing to fit in and chip in, others not. So descriptive of how the Great War affected ordinary English people. In their daily lives, how they had to adapt, how they changed even the way they cooked [...]


    • Thank you to Netgalley for the advanced copy.I enjoyed the second series of this book and it was really good.


    • Thank you to Netgalley and the Publishers, Aria, for this review copy, given in exchange for an honest review. Also thank you to Melanie from Aria for arranging the blog tour and allowing me to be part of it.This is the first book I’ve read by this author. It wasn’t until I started reading it that I realised it was a sequel to another book – Nobody’s Girl. In all honestly, if you want to understand the story fully you do need to have read Nobody’s Girl first. The story from this book w [...]


    • A Place Called Home is a World War Two-based family saga, set mainly in Kent and follows characters which readers first met in Nobody’s Girl. The book spans the full duration of the war years, and shows how Meg Chandler coped and lived through the terrors.Meg currently lives on the estate of industrialist Wigmore (known as Wig) Stratfield-Whyte, where she runs the farm. Having lost both her parents in an accident, Meg is offered a place in the home of Wig and Clarissa until her twenty-first bi [...]


    • A great family saga of WW!! historical fiction. It is the second book in a series but I had no problems enjoying this book and understanding the story without having read the first. (Nobody's Girl) The characters are endearing and engaging. The hardships of war when left behind to carry on and assist in the effort are presented in an interesting way. This family took in child refugees from London (some with adult family members)Very interesting and heartbreaking watching the loss and love -along [...]


    • Lovely historical fiction set in Kent, UK during WWII. This is part two of a family saga but you really don't need to have read the first book to fall in quickly with Meg and Clarrie as they cope with change, trauma, hardship and loss during the war years. Don't worry though- there's a lot of love here too, especially between these two women. Thanks to Netgalley for the ARC. This is an old fashioned tale with good story telling and a positive outlook. Try it if you are looking for a good read.


    • This book is the perfect way to take the chill off a winter’s evening. The story covers the duration of WW2 and follows the life of a young woman called Meg as she faces the ups and downs of war and deals with its challenges. Meg has faced trauma in her past and the warm household where she now lives and her new-found love seem to act as therapy for her (as well as for the reader!). The relationships between the characters deepen throughout and in the end everyone finds the happy place that th [...]


    • I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.Although I have not read the previous book, Nobody's Child by this author, I definitely will be looking for it. The friendship between Meg and Clarissa is at the heart of this book set at the beginning of World War II. As evacuees join the family at Robin Hill House, the lives of all who live there are affected by the oncoming time of trouble. Well written and readable.


    • A cosy read, I think I would call this. I sat and read it all through on one wet, stormy, day.The description of war-time life all seemed spot-on to me, although I am not a real expert :)I liked that there was a shady villain in the background, but he was never the main worry of the central characters - that the real villain was the War itself.I do wonder how the little community at Robin Hill would look by 1950, or later.


    • Although I had not read the previous book in the series (I was not even aware there was one) I thoroughly enjoyed this WW2 fiction. The characters were likeable and the story believable. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys historical fiction.


    • It is many years since I read the Tania Crosse series of historical novels set in Devon.Only after starting to read this did I discover that it a sequel to the book 'Nobody's Girl'. I wonder if this is why I kept feeing that I had missed something?I still liked the book a lot, especially the way in which the characters were developed.If you can I would recommend reading the two books in order. I'm sure some of the back-story about certain characters would have more meaning.On balance, I will rem [...]


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