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by Susan Sallis
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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Susan Sallis
  • ISBN:
    0552123757
  • ISBN13:
    978-0552123754
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Transworld Publishers (March 1, 1984)
  • Pages:
    352 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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  • FB2 format
    1222 kb
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    1402 kb
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    1266 kb
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    406
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A Scattering Of Daisies Paperback – 23 Mar 1984. by Susan Sallis (Author). Susan Sallis is the bestselling author of many novels including No Man's Island, Choices, Come Rain or Shine, The Keys to the Garden, The Apple Barrel, Sea of Dreams, Time of Arrival, Five Farthings, The Pumpkin Coach and After Midnight. She was brought up in Gloucestershire and now lives in Clevedon, Somerset.

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Contemporary Fiction. The first book in the Rising family sequence. Beginning the wonderful, heartwarming story of the Rising family. Will Rising had dragged himself from humble beginnings to his own small tailoring business in Gloucester - and on the way he'd fallen violently in love with Florence, refined, delicate, and wanting something better for her children. March was the eldest girl, the least loved, the plain, unattractive one who, as the family grew, became more and more the household drudge. But March, a strange, intelligent, unhappy child, had inherited some of her mother's dreams.

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Some error text about your books and stuff. A Scattering of Daisies. March, the eldest girl, feels herself to be the least loved, the plain, unattractive one who, as the family grows, becomes more and more the household drudge. But March, a strange, intelligent, unhappy child, has inherited some of her mother's dreams. She is determined to break out of the round of poverty and hard work, to find wealth, love, and happiness.

Publisher: Transworld Publishers, 1984. March was the eldest Rising girl, the least loved, the plain one who became more and more the household drudge. But March had inherited some of her mother's dreams. She was determined to break out of the round of poverty and hard work, to find wealth, and love, and happiness.

Readable, if not enjoyable. 12 years, 2 months ago at Aug 11 16:32. The story of a tailor, his wife and their five children at the beginning of the 20th century. Unfortunately, I didn't like it, although it certainly kept me reading.

March was the eldest Rising girl, the least loved, the plain one who became more and more the household drudge. But March had inherited some of her mother's dreams. She was determined to break out of the round of poverty and hard work, to find wealth, and love, and happiness.

watching to future
An amazing inter-generational story that I kept reading way too fast and am now devastated that they all finished. Susan Sallis is great
Agrainel
I really enjoyed this book, the characters were so real and in a way - familiar.
I look forward to reading the sequels to this excellent family story.