The Dividing Sea Ruth Elwin Harris

ISBN: 9780744582857

Published: in the USA as Julias Story.
This series is a saga of the lives and loves of four sisters and their neighbours, the Mackenzies. Set during the early 20th century, it encompasses two World Wars and the sisters individual stories are told against the backdrop of the major historical events of the time. Less

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Sabrina

rated itit was amazing
over 4 years ago

This book is #3 out of 4 stories of each Purcell sister. I was introduced
first to story #1 – Sarah – through a book club. I enjoyed that book, but
really wanted to learn more about Julia. So I got my hands on a copy of
Julia’s Story.

I actually stayed up all night finishing...Read full review
Gemma

rated itit was amazing
9 months ago

The Quantock Quartet has got to be one of my favourite series, but I think this one will be my least favourite.

While I loved it, there were certain things I couldnt help resenting. I didnt like the way Julia thought of her sisters, for instants, and I thought she was a...Read full review
Jeannie

rated itreally liked it
almost 6 years ago

This series is surprisingly well written, when I came home with the books I had a sinking feeling I would be returning all four after the first chapter. Not

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The Dividing Sea  by  Ruth Elwin Harris

The Dividing Sea by Ruth Elwin Harris
in the USA as Julias Story.
This series is a saga of the lives and loves of four sisters and their neighbours, the Mackenzies. Set during the early 20th century, it encompasses two World Wars and the sisters individual stories are told against the backdrop of the major historical events of the time. Less

Friends’ Reviews

To see what your friends thought of this book,please sign up.

Community Reviews

Sabrina

rated itit was amazing
over 4 years ago

This book is #3 out of 4 stories of each Purcell sister. I was introduced
first to story #1 – Sarah – through a book club. I enjoyed that book, but
really wanted to learn more about Julia. So I got my hands on a copy of
Julia’s Story.

I actually stayed up all night finishing...Read full review
Gemma

rated itit was amazing
9 months ago

The Quantock Quartet has got to be one of my favourite series, but I think this one will be my least favourite.

While I loved it, there were certain things I couldnt help resenting. I didnt like the way Julia thought of her sisters, for instants, and I thought she was a...Read full review
Jeannie

rated itreally liked it
almost 6 years ago

This series is surprisingly well written, when I came home with the books I had a sinking feeling I would be returning all four after the first chapter. Not | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 297 pages | ISBN: 9780744582857 | 7.68 Mb

Published in the USA as Julias Story.This series is a saga of the lives and loves of four sisters and their neighbours, the Mackenzies. Set during the early 20th century, it encompasses two World Wars and the sisters individual stories are toldMorePublished in the USA as Julias Story.This series is a saga of the lives and loves of four sisters and their neighbours, the Mackenzies.

Set during the early 20th century, it encompasses two World Wars and the sisters individual stories are told against the backdrop of the major historical events of the time.



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