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Review: Little Wing by Freya North

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  The story of two families over three generations. A novel about resilience, forgiveness and the true meaning of family, about finding one's place in the world and discovering how we all belong somewhere and to someone. Little Wing  is the powerful story of two families over three generations. In the 1960s, a pregnant 16-year-old is banished to one of the remotest parts of the UK. Years later, Nell and Dougie are both at critical moments in their lives when their paths cross. Between Camden, Colchester and the Outer Hebrides, the three story lines collide when secrets are uncovered and answers sought. Little Wing  i s a novel about resilience, forgiveness and the true meaning of family, about finding one's place in the world and discovering how we all belong somewhere and to someone. Publisher:  Welbeck Publishing Group   ISBN:  9781787397606   Number of pages:  400   Dimensions:  234  x  153  mm Had her mother navigated the ankle twisting trudge along the tracks which clung,