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Secrets of the Pomegranate New Secrets Of The Pomegranate Radingbooks.run Secrets Are Dangerous Lies Can Rebound And When Discovery Threatens To Overturn Your Whole Life The Author S Love For And Familiarity With Granada And Life In Spain Shine Through On Every Page Jill Foulston, Author Of La Vita E BellaPassionate, Free Spirited Deborah Has Finally Found Peace And A Fulfilling Relationship In Her Adopted City Of Granada But When She Is Seriously Injured In The Madrid Train Bombings Of 2004, It Is Her Sister Alice Who Is Forced To Face The Consequences Of A Deception They Have Maintained For Ten Years.At Deborah S Home In Granada, Alice Waits, Ever Fearful Will Her Sister Live Or Die And How Long Should She Stay When Each Day Brings The Risk Of What She Most Dreads, A Confrontation With Deborah S Moroccan Ex Lover, Hassan At Stake Is All She Holds Dear Secrets Of The Pomegranate Explores, With Compassion, Sensitivity And Despite The Tragic Events Humour, The Complicated Ties Between Sisters, Between Mothers And Sons And Between Lovers, Set Against A Background Of Cultural Difference And Prejudices Rooted In Granada S Long History Of Muslim Christian Struggles For Power.

10 thoughts on “Secrets of the Pomegranate

  1. says:

    In the aftermath of the 2004 Madrid train bombings, the secrets harbored by two English sisters, one of them settled in Granada, will come out into the open and affect the entire family Lamplugh does a great job of unveiling a little at a time but still maintaining tension until the surprise of the final revelation The novel shifts easily bet

  2. says:

    I loved this book the fascinating plot kept you guessing until nearly the end, with true to life characters and excellent descriptions of Granada Set against the reality of the horrific Madrid train bombings which is sensitively dealt with.Suitable for mid teens and adults.

  3. says:

    When Alice s feisty and unconventional sister, Deborah, is seriously injured in the Madrid train bombing in 2004, Alice hurries to Spain to be with her Tragically, Deborah is in coma The situation persists throughout the book and it could have been a problem that such a major character is unable to take part in the action The author solves it w

  4. says:

    This book literally started off with a BANG I so love it when books open and they just grab you by the short and curly s straight away as this one did I was fascinated by the title, so looked at the blurb and I am pleasantly surprised at how much I loved this book.Its very well crafted, very well thought out Leads you nicely along each pathway.I

  5. says:

    This book has one of the best openings I ve read in a long while and immediately grabbed my attention Add a long held family secret to the mix and this is compulsive reading Although I guessed Deborah s secret long before we were told, there were sufficient hints after all and it didn t spoil my enjoyment, despite the fact that it would have been

  6. says:

    Can I just say how beautiful and intriguing the cover of this book is This is Barbara s first published novel which is set in Grenada The story is very well written, and well thought out, I couldn t p...

  7. says:

    This is an absolutely delightful, well written novel that combines a compelling story about two sisters with a deep, vibrant understanding of the city of Granada, Spain, specifically the very special Albaic n neighborhood, while capturi...

  8. says:

    As Deborah lies dying, an innocent victim of the Madrid train bombings of 2004, her sister Alice flies out to Granada, Deborah s home She s flown to Spain to visit Deb, of course, but her motives aren t entirely altruistic.Three narrators tell the story Alice, Mark, Deb s son and Deb herself, through the pages of her diary The co narrators, Alice an

  9. says:

    Secrets of the Pomegranate is one of those books that held my interest from the first page with what was literally an explosive start Centred around the effects of the Madrid bombings, this harrowing tale of family secrets and the unconditional love of family makes for at times a harrowing and sad tale of two very different sisters whose love for one

  10. says:

    The fact this book is written around the 2004 Spanish train crash, for me, made it almost seem as if the characters were real They drew you in from the beginning, Deborah older, flamboyant, arty sister living in her adopted city of Granada and Alice the sensible, practical one in the UK Both are single parents with sons Deborah s son 20 year old Mark

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