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Uprooted from their homes and forced to face the challenges and struggles of adapting to a new world. These three stand-alone full-length novels are from acclaimed historical fiction author, Clare Flynn. Each novel will transport you across oceans and back in time. A Greater World takes you to the beautiful Blue Mountains of Australia in the 1920s. Kurinji Flowers to t Uprooted from their homes and forced to face the challenges and struggles of adapting to a new world. These three stand-alone full-length novels are from acclaimed historical fiction author, Clare Flynn. Each novel will transport you across oceans and back in time. A Greater World takes you to the beautiful Blue Mountains of Australia in the 1920s. Kurinji Flowers to the tea plantations of Southern India in the 1930s and 40s - the last years of British colonial rule. Letters from a Patchwork Quilt to the ugly industrial north of Victorian England and to St Louis, Missouri. None of the characters went where they had to go by choice, and all faced life–changing challenges. Can love make the difference? Will it stand the course? Warning – once you start reading you will be up all night.


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Uprooted from their homes and forced to face the challenges and struggles of adapting to a new world. These three stand-alone full-length novels are from acclaimed historical fiction author, Clare Flynn. Each novel will transport you across oceans and back in time. A Greater World takes you to the beautiful Blue Mountains of Australia in the 1920s. Kurinji Flowers to t Uprooted from their homes and forced to face the challenges and struggles of adapting to a new world. These three stand-alone full-length novels are from acclaimed historical fiction author, Clare Flynn. Each novel will transport you across oceans and back in time. A Greater World takes you to the beautiful Blue Mountains of Australia in the 1920s. Kurinji Flowers to the tea plantations of Southern India in the 1930s and 40s - the last years of British colonial rule. Letters from a Patchwork Quilt to the ugly industrial north of Victorian England and to St Louis, Missouri. None of the characters went where they had to go by choice, and all faced life–changing challenges. Can love make the difference? Will it stand the course? Warning – once you start reading you will be up all night.

30 review for Across Oceans: Historical fiction collection

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dorothy Mills

    Wonderful books These books are so well written, easy to follow, hard to put down. Each book draws the reader into the emotions of the characters.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Squires

    Hopelessly depressing;g How can an author live with such depressing stories int their Heads? Sorry I was dragged into this low spot

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nyla Snyder

    Of the three novels in this series, I did like A Greater World, but the last two were bleak, despairing, depressive and dark. The overall feeling reminded me of Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt.

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