The Forgotten Girl

The Forgotten Girl A fantastic and engaging read Kerry Barrett truly is a very talented author Babs Two women Two decades One story Fearne has landed her dream job to run Mode Except the dream isn t quite so rosy in rea

  • Title: The Forgotten Girl
  • Author: KerryBarrett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A fantastic and engaging read Kerry Barrett truly is a very talented author Babs Two women Two decades One story Fearne has landed her dream job to run Mode Except the dream isn t quite so rosy in reality, the print magazine is struggling and Fearne is determined to save it In 1966, desperate to escape her life, Nancy moves to London with her brillian A fantastic and engaging read Kerry Barrett truly is a very talented author Babs Two women Two decades One story Fearne has landed her dream job to run Mode Except the dream isn t quite so rosy in reality, the print magazine is struggling and Fearne is determined to save it In 1966, desperate to escape her life, Nancy moves to London with her brilliantly unpredictable friend Suze to achieve their dream of writing for Mode magazine together.For Mode to survive Fearne needs to recreate the magic of the early issues and she is on track to find Suze Mode s longest serving editor Unbeknownst to Fearne, what she uncovers might be the biggest story of her career Loved The Forgotten Girl then don t miss out on A Step in Time the emotional novel from Kerry Barrett out now What reviewers are saying about A Step in Time It s all set against the backdrop of Strictly Stars Dancing, adding an extra element of glitz and glamour to the proceedings This is a great book that I devoured in two sittings and it s absolutely perfect for summer holidays or wintry days snuggled on the sofa Bab s Bookshelf This was a really enjoyable, funny read I recommend this book to fans of Strictly, and also to anyone who wants a feel good story with so much depth to it than some I have read Fiona s Book Reviews Sparkly, fun, witty and deeper than expected There aren t enough stars for this fun, deeper than expected witty and relaxing read Highly recommended Michelle

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    1. Thank you to Netgalley, HQ books and Kerry Barrett for the opportunity to read this book for an honest review. This is the first book that I have read by author Kerry Barrett and it certainly will not be the last. This is a little gem of a book that I urge you all to read. I loved the cover of this book and the blurb in the back had me intrigued. It is classified as a historical fiction. I'm not sure if I would call it that. I certainly understand why it is. But I find it hard to read historical [...]

    2. Little did I think when I began The Forgotten Girl by Kerry Barrett that I would come across such a gem of a book so late in the year. There have been quite a few new authors I have discovered in 2016 purely because I liked the look of their book covers and then thy turned out to be some of my best reads over the course of the last twelve months. This book was no exception as it was the haunting, intriguing cover that first caught my eye and then having read the blurb I knew I really wanted to r [...]

    3. A fantastic and engaging read. Kerry Barrett truly is a very talented author. The characters are wonderful and the slips between the current era and the past are seamless. Highly recommended!

    4. A fun readBeing of the age Nancy and Suze were at in the 1966 time I can appreciate the description of the culture and fashion of the era. I really liked the comparison and the parallel of the current with the past . the author did a good job showing both times. Loved how the two stories wove together and met .

    5. I guessed at the “surprise ending” pretty early on but it was an entertaining story, if a bit predictable.

    6. 3.5 starsGood story, fairly predictable but interesting peek into the fashion magazine worldI like this author

    7. Excellent read with enough action to keep a reader well engaged. The flip back and forth across the years was not distracting.

    8. This was a really great story. Thoroughly enjoyed it and would definitely recommend it. I am now going to read her next book!

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