Down Daisy Street Liverpool Kathy Kelling is coming home to Daisy Street from her first day at High School longing to tell her friend Jane all about it Then her brother Billy has a serious accident and Kathy

  • Title: Down Daisy Street
  • Author: Katie Flynn
  • ISBN: 9780099453390
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Paperback
  • Liverpool, 1935 Kathy Kelling is coming home to Daisy Street from her first day at High School, longing to tell her friend, Jane, all about it Then her brother, Billy, has a serious accident and Kathy s schooling is in jeopardy The Kellings life becomes a struggle Meanwhile, in Norfolk, young Alec Hewitt has problems of his own A farmer s son, living within yards ofLiverpool, 1935 Kathy Kelling is coming home to Daisy Street from her first day at High School, longing to tell her friend, Jane, all about it Then her brother, Billy, has a serious accident and Kathy s schooling is in jeopardy The Kellings life becomes a struggle Meanwhile, in Norfolk, young Alec Hewitt has problems of his own A farmer s son, living within yards of the North Sea, one terrible night will change his life forever Then War comes and Alec and Kathy meet, but it s blonde and bubbly Jane to whom Alec is attracted.

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      Published :2019-07-26T18:32:21+00:00

    About "Katie Flynn"

    1. Katie Flynn

      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 Saxton, Turner, Balmain but her Katie Flynn books were a delight to write and proved far popular 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.

    462 thoughts on “Down Daisy Street”

    1. I live on Daisy Street so I was keen to read this book. I learnt a few things about how the area used to be, for example, I didn't realise there was a school where the newer houses have been built. I could relate to the family's concern about taking in lodgers; these houses are tiny.I didn't like the ending at all and I found the main character deeply disappointing. There's nothing worse than finishing a book and realising it's wasted your time!


    2. A cute story.I have not read many Katie Flynn books, but when ever I do, I always enjoy her books. Although this story wasn't anything amazing, it was a nice read.


    3. Loved this book and I couldn't put this book down. Think I might re-read my Katie Flynn books again in the holidays. Pure nostalgia. Recommended.


    4. A really good read!!!Such a good story. I liked the way it took you between two very different lifestyles, culminating in the characters then all meeting up. Lovely.😄



    5. I love the way you can lose youself in a Katie Flynn book. This one was set in war time and the 2 girls eventually join the RAF and are going out with 2 lads also working in the raf on bomber planes.



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