Wildflower Hill

Wildflower Hill

Book - 2011
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Emma Blaxland-Hunter, a prima ballerina from London, must re-evaluate her life after doctors declare her knee unfit for dancing. At the behest of her mother, Emma returns home to Sydney, where she discovers her affluent and loving grandmother, Beattie Blaxland, has left her an inheritance: Wildflower Hill, an old sheep farm in Tasmania. When Emma settles in temporarily to clean out Wildflower Hill and sell it, she discovers a photo of her grandmother with a mysterious child.
Publisher: New York, NY : Touchstone, 2011.
ISBN: 9781451623499
Characteristics: 526 p. ;,21 cm.


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Mar 15, 2016

I was in need of some easy reading that would still sweep me away, and this was the perfect story for that. If you are looking for a story about regular people (as opposed to aliens, zombies, or androids, which seems to be the common theme lately in popular literature), this book might be for you.

Very similar to authors like Diane Chamberlain, Kate Morton, and Kristin Hannah.

Feb 13, 2016

What a great book! Cried at the end. Enjoyed it.

Mar 11, 2014

This is a generational story with good flow. It wraps up nicely with resolve and leaves you with a good feeling. This would be enjoyed by someone who loves reading family sagas.

Aug 06, 2013

Wonderful book. I would definately recomend it.

cottongirl46 Jun 30, 2012

Unwed mother, poverty, work ethic, rumors, inter-racial relationship, murder, secrets, and a granddaughter subsequently digging out a lot of the story while figuring her own life mistakes and being give a chance to start fresh.
As a Christian, I wasn't always happy the way we are preceived; I fear too often it is a correct picture.
I did find a couple of unexpected situations and it did leave me with some heart/soul searching.

Jan 01, 2012

i just finished reading this wonderful book. i enjoyed very much.

Dec 09, 2011

A wonderful story. Full of history and details about people's lives. I loved it.

Oct 21, 2011

A good book; it unfolds as expected. No twists or surprises but a sweet safe book. A good choice for a cozy afternoon. It didn't leave me with anything to think about - but sometimes that is what you want.

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