The Braille clock ticked on the hearth
Much more than a true story of blind girl eloping to marry blind boy; their triumphs and sad times as they try to build a happy family lives-away from those that love them or doubt that they can survive and live independent lives. Read how tragedy strikes and why another blind man strides into their lives whilst the beautiful town in Northamptonshire looks on.
Where, wonders the narrator Esther, can her lost paternal family. It was whilst she was interviewing over fifty people in the small town where she lived, wanting to leave history for the future (knowing how it felt to have her family still lost, that she reconnected with her dad's family. A story of self discovery, awakening other peoples memories (5000 reads on ABCtales.com) Wonderful writing Esther, you certainly know how to tell a story; surely a successful book here Esther. So here is my second book The braille clock still ticks on the hearth; a sad but also positive read with a message that no matter how difficult life seems we should never give up
Total Pages: 207
Published: 1 January 0001
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