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Orphans of the Storm Jess and Nancy are nurses in France during the Great War They have much in common for both have lost their lovers in the trenches, so when the war is over and they return to Liverpool, their future seems bleakVery soon, however, their paths diverge Nancy marries an Australian stockman and goes to live in the Outback, while Jess marries a Liverpudlian Their lives couldn t be differentWhen the Second World War is declared, Nancy s son Pete joins the Royal Air Force and comes to England, promising his mother that he will visit her old friend In the thick of the May blitz, with half of Liverpool demolished and thousands dead, Pete arrives in the city to find Jess s home destroyed and her daughter, Debbie, missing Pete decides that whatever the cost, he must find her

  • Paperback
  • 496 pages
  • Orphans of the Storm
  • Katie Flynn
  • English
  • 20 May 2019
  • 0099486989

About the Author: Katie Flynn

Librarian Note There isthan one author by this name in the Goodreads database.Katie Flynn was born in Norwich and attended Norwich High School, where she was extremely happy and extremely undistinguished Published at the tender age of eight, in Enid Blyton s Sunny Stories, she joined a Writers Circle as an adult, publishing short stories, articles, etc only turning to novels in 1971 because the postal strike cut off her main source of income At first she wrote under several different names Judith Saxton, Judy Turner, Lydia Balmain, Judith Arden but her Katie Flynn books were a delight to write and proved farpopular than she had dreamed She has now published nearly ninety novels, twenty seven of which are Flynns Her most recent titles are Lost Days of Summer and Christmas Wishes.

10 thoughts on “Orphans of the Storm

  1. Shirley Revill Shirley Revill says:

    Loved this book Easy to read but hard to put down.Recommended.

  2. Sally Hooper Sally Hooper says:

    Quick and easy book to read Somewhat unpredictable, many interesting facts about The Great War that I was unaware of I enjoyed learning about the tough life of a rancher and his family in Australia and how the 2 worlds came together in the end.

  3. Jennifer Leather Jennifer Leather says:

    An enjoyable read and a very good insight in to the lives of people during the 2nd world war.

  4. dave jones dave jones says:

    Excellent readI absolutely love Katie Flynn s books as soon as I m finished I look for my next read this one was sad in parts but great build up to a brilliant end

  5. Christine Christine says:

    This was an enjoyable book set in Australia and Liverpool during the second world war I would recommend this book.

  6. Julia Paiva Julia Paiva says:

    I love this book and how it shows Nancy and Jess friendship I also like how it describes the war season and so on I got this book from a sale at the library and it was totally worth.

  7. Bernadette Firth Bernadette Firth says:

    FantasticGreat read full of friendship and hope, this author just continues to produce great stories Can t wait to read the next book.

  8. Rachel Brand Rachel Brand says:

    What a lovely story It took me a while to get into the book, and even longer for the story to actually start but definitely worth a read It s written in very simple language and the story is pretty typical, but it s a nice book to settle down with if you ve been doing a lot of work or are going through a hard time I may consider getting hold of a coupleKatie Flynns as exam time comes around 8 10

  9. Barbara Barbara says:

    This kind of book is just pleasantly easy to read In spite of the difficulties faced by war in England and Europe, the characters get on with their lives through strong social connections and somehow manage to keep track of others across the miles and between falling bombs This one takes place in two continents and they still stay connected.

  10. Kingfan30 Kingfan30 says:

    If you read the back of the book you would believe that it is mostly about two people trying to find each other after being torn apart during the war, this actually does not happen until over half way through the book, however I found this book a nice easy read.

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