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Posted: 21st June 2013
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Last night..It was so refreshing to read that when Lucy Clarke who wrote Sea Sisters was asked which sister did she identify with..she found herself hesitating and spoke of thinking a little like both. That was music to my ears, with the sister theme in Bring down the Moon inviting similar intrigue...could totally see where she was coming from.

For more commentary about Sea Sisters, I came across it on the Richard and Judy book club and catch up as well on my facebook's whimsical, ..and love her writing style..the links to sisters, the sea and travel me thinking later of A Half Forgotten Song, Rosamund Lupton's Sister and Bring down the Moon  Eva

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