[Epub] ↠ Deep Secret Author Berlie Doherty – Chainnews.us

Deep Secret Deep In A Derbyshire Valley Live Two Girls, Twins, So Alike They Seem Like One Person, Even Their Family Can T Tell Them Apart But Tragedy Is Waiting.When The Valley Is Sold To Be Flooded For A Huge Dam, The Villagers Are Forced To Leave Their Homes Deep Secrets Are Uncovered New Characters Enter Their Lives And Desires Love And Grief Come To The Surface.

[Epub] ↠ Deep Secret  Author Berlie Doherty – Chainnews.us
  • Paperback
  • Deep Secret
  • Berlie Doherty
  • 18 February 2017
  • 014131740X

10 thoughts on “Deep Secret


  1. says:

    This is my 3rd book I have read of Berlie Doherty and wasn t the best I would have to say I picked up this book thinking it would be set in modern times although it was set way in the past I do prefer Berlie Doherty s Dear Nobody.I really enjoy...


  2. says:

    The story is set in a small village that lies at the bottom of a valley They are a community lost in time The men and women fill stereotypical roles and young people are expected to find love, marry, and settle down.Twins Medline and Grace share an unbreakable bond They are so alike even their mother occasionally mistakes one for the other When tragedy strikes the town is beside itself with grief This is compounded with news that the valley is to be flooded and turned into a reservoir Thes The story is set in a small village that lies at the bottom of a valley They are a community lost in time The men and women fill stereotypical roles and young people are expected to find love, marry, and settle down.Twins Medline and Grace share an unbreakable bond They are so alike even their mother occasionally mistakes one for the other When tragedy strikes the town is beside itself with grief This is compounded with news that the valley is to be flooded and turned into a reservoir These two incidents shake the town to ...


  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here When I go to a library with no plan of what I want to read I just go to the teenage section and pick out a book that I m drawn to sounds weird but that s how it is This book was one of them, and I m so glad it was I trust my own judgement when it comes to books P This book had me in tears pretty much from beginning to end Identical twins One dies and the other pretends to be them because they don t want them to be dead and the only person who knows is a blind man The village is going When I go to a library with no plan of what I want to read I just go to the teenage secti...


  4. says:

    I do find it hard to believe that a novel as eerie and moving as this, about the flooding of a tiny, beloved village in Derbyshire to make way for a modern dam and reservoir, and about the mature grief felt by young Madeleine after the loss of her twin sister, should be missed out on by the majority of adults simply because it is labelled as young adult The fate of the valley and the changing definitions of land ownership interests me most and makes the novel stand out In contrast, the parts I do find it hard to believe that a novel as eerie and moving as this, about the flooding of a tiny, beloved village in Derbyshire to make way for a modern dam and reservoir, and about the mature grief felt by young Madeleine after the loss of her twin sister, should be missed out on by the majority of adults simply because it is labelled as young adult The fate of the valley and the changing definitions of land ownership interests me most and makes the novel stand out In contrast, the parts involving characters relationships to each other are believable and relatable, but not ground breaking in their originality The blind Seth, who becomes Madeleine s closest friend and confidant, is the...


  5. says:

    This was such an unbelievably sad book Oh my word.Never having been a twin, I can t know how realistic their relationship was, but it certainly came across well.Doherty s writing voice is the sort that I would normally write off as a Script of Things not Deep never having read any books by her before , but what she s pulled off in...


  6. says:

    It was a good book, set in England in 1946 about a pair of twins and one of them dies Then the Government forces them to move out of their valley The story was about grief, memories, and moving on I liked it.


  7. says:

    I remember I took this book out of the library when I was in year six at primary school, and re read it about 7 times throughout the year I can t entirely remember the plot but I do remember that it was an incredible book that moved me to tears, and that I enjoyed very much


  8. says:

    It was okay I liked the book, but when I read it I wasn t wow , if you know the feeling of course you know, I m on the booklovers page.


  9. says:

    A really amazing book


  10. says:

    I think this book was a big old case of don t judge the book by its cover However,I do not mean that in a good way.Let s play a game Here is a copy of the blurb from the back of this book with the pretty, girly cover featured above Madeleine and Grace, the mirror image twins Oliver, the handsome traveller Colin, the steady student, and Seth, the blind man A cast of powerful characters uncover disturbing secrets when the building of a mighty dam drowns a beautiful village Love, death, I think this book was a big old case of don t judge the book by its cover However,I do not mean that in a good way.Let s play a game Here is a copy of the blurb from the back of this book with the pretty, girly cover featured above Madeleine and Grace, the mirror image twins Oliver, the handsome traveller Colin, the steady student, and Seth, the blind man A cast of powerful characters uncover disturbing secrets when the building of a mighty dam drowns a beautiful village Lov...

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