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Sarah Harrison has written children's books, short stories, articles and scripts as well as many bestselling novels. She lives in Cambridgeshire.
The past crashes across all four generations of this now extended family which we first met in The Flowers of the Field and gathered more about in A Flower That’s Free, but fear not, for you will thoroughly enjoy this without knowledge of the past two books. We are given what backstory we need so all is tidied up. There are some great characters, the genteel middle-class elegance nicely portrayed and the whole ups and downs of the family a joy to be part of.
The Wildflower Path brings to a close the powerful and moving tale of family, love and loyalty that began with The Flowers of the Field and A Flower That’s Free. It is the end of the 20th Century and secrets from the past return generations later, with devastating consequences...The Flowers of the Field was first published in the early 1980s and it is wonderful to eventually be able to bring you it’s conclusion.
Following on from the international bestseller The Flowers of the Field, A Flower That’s Free is an epic novel set amid the turbulence of the Second World War. Once again Sarah Harrison has written an engaging and complex story, full of memorable characters that you really care about.
The superb, bestselling novel of one family, and the devastating changes brought by the First World War. From the Kent countryside to the suffragette movement in London and the horrors of the Western Front, The Flowers of the Field is an epic novel of the dreams and aspirations of a generation who found a voice above history's most horrifying conflict. A book that is crammed with arresting people, places and passions. Click here to view Sarah Harrison's new book, A Flower That's Free, which is published in July 2013.