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ePub è The Pearl Sister õ 702 pages Download ´ johnscyclingdiary À [Download] ➾ The Pearl Sister By Lucinda Riley – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk CeCe D’Aplièse has never felt she fitted in anywhere Following the death of her father the elusive billionaire Pa Salt – so called by thAnd ambitious Andrew the heir to a pearling fortune When CeCe finally reaches the searing heat and dusty plains of the Red Centre of Australia she begins the search for her past As something deep within her responds to the energy of the area and the ancient culture of the Aboriginal people her creativity reawakens once With help from those she meets on her journey CeCe begins to believe that this wild vast continent could offer her something she never thought possible a sense of belonging and a home The Pearl Sister is the fourth book in the number one international bestselling Seven Sisters serie Now that I'm reading Star's story in The Shadow Sister I know that The Pearl Sister is about the artistic outspoken Ceecee who at night is tormented by nightmares she doesn't talk about who makes art but doesn't brag about it who has dyslexia and loves Star in a codependent way I didn't care much for Star's story by the end so I hope I like this book So I now know for a fact that the anagram for D’Aplièse and Pa Salt is for the legend of Atlas and the Hesperides

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CeCe D’Aplièse has never felt she fitted in anywhere Following the death of her father the elusive billionaire Pa Salt – so called by the six daughters he adopted from around the globe and named The Pearl Epubafter the Seven Sisters star cluster – she finds herself at breaking point Dropping out of art college CeCe watches as Star her beloved sister distances herself to follow her new love leaving her completely alone In desperation she decides to flee England and discover her past the only clues she has are a black and white photograph and the name of a woman pioneer who lived in Australia Well this book is nothing short of spectacular I cannot begin to explain the joy and fulfillment I get from reading the books in this series In addition to the first book The Seven Sisters The Pearl Sister is my favorite I absolutely fell in love with Kitty and her story Set in Australia I truly felt as if I was taken into another world It takes me uite some time to get through these books mainly because I don’t want to miss a single detail I am fully immersed I can’t wait for Tiggy’s story next

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The Pearl SisterOver one hundred years ago En route to Sydney CeCe heads to the one place she has ever felt close to being herself the stunning beaches of Krabi Thailand There amongst the backpackers she meets the mysterious Ace a man as lonely as she is and whom she subseuently realises has a secret to hide A hundred years earlier Kitty McBride daughter of an Edinburgh clergyman is given the opportunity to travel to Australia as the companion of the wealthy Mrs McCrombie In Adelaide her fate becomes entwined with Mrs McCrombie’s family including the identical yet very different twin brothers impetuous Drummond starsIt is CeCe D’Aplièse’s story that features front and centre in Lucinda Riley’s latest masterpiece series The Pearl Sister CeCe is a young woman who has always felt ill at ease in her surroundings unable to find a sense of peace or home The death of her beloved father Pa Salt sends her into further despair England no longer feels like home to CeCe so she makes a rash decision to abandon ship and travel to find her family roots in Australia Her only clue to her hidden past which was revealed to her after her father’s death is a mysterious black and white photograph This photograph along with the name of a woman who made a life for herself in Australia over a century ago holds the key to CeCe’s past Making her way to Australia CeCe diverts her trip down under to stop over in Thailand On the exotic beaches of Thailand CeCe falls into the arms of Ace a man with many secrets When CeCe finally makes it to Australia the story of her past unfolds involving a young woman named Kitty McBride from Edinburgh who made the trek to Australia over a century ago CeCe discovers that Kitty’s life has ties to her own At the same time she negotiates new feelings in love her culture and her aspirations in the art world Australia despite its stark contrast to her life in London and upbringing in Switzerland awakens something special in CeCe something she will not be able to leave behindEvery year since Lucinda Riley has introduced her Seven Sisters series I sit rather impatiently waiting for the next edition to be published I have been eagerly waiting for my chance to read The Pearl Sister and as I have come to expect with all Lucinda Riley’s novels this one was another excellent read The Pearl Sister is another bulky book at over 600 pages long but do not let the breadth of this book intimidate you in any way I found the pages literally fly away once I settled in comfortably to read this book I do always ensure I set a bulk of time aside to enjoy this book in close sittings as I often find it impossible to put any of Riley’s books down I will also mention if you are new to the series you can read these books as standalone novels Riley is careful to include plenty of detail and a strong back story so you never feel out of the loopI wasn’t uite sure in the beginning if I was going to connect to CeCe the main protagonist of The Pearl Sister Going on her personality traits and flashes of behaviour I have seen in the previous novels of this series CeCe seemed a little immature for my liking My doubts were soon cast aside when I settled into CeCe’s adventures and interesting uest to find her family I loved her immediate growth and maturity that developed soon after she left England The seuences in exotic Thailand took me right back to this perfect holiday retreat which I have personally visited in the past Riley presents this setting with plenty of vivid detail I liked the inclusion of Ace the mysterious man who CeCe encounters in Thailand It added both romance and an extra thread of mystery to the novelWhen CeCe arrives in Australia the past narrative thread soon kicks off As with all of the previous novels in this series Riley always balances a contemporary storyline with a family link to the past It is this storyline that is rich in historical detail and romance I found that the past narrative generally helps to drive present day story forward CeCe’s story is carefully linked to Kitty McBride a woman who arrived in Australia over a century ago from Scotland Riley’s approach to this historical narrative is impressive to say the least Although I have read a good deal of books set around the pioneering days of Australia and the pearling industry in Broome I was amazed by the accuracy and detail included in this aspect of the novel So too is Riley’s commitment to including an honest account of the lives of our indigenous over a century ago Riley includes the effects of the Stolen Generation and the impact of aboriginal missions which are still being felt today All credit is due to Riley and her dedication to her research in this area of her latest novelI always love how each and every one of the books in this addictive series is able to combine a number of genres in the one unforgettable novel If you select The Pearl Sister to read expect a touch of romance a contemporary storyline a touch a mystery and a full bodied historical fiction novel I was enthralled by CeCe’s individual journey and the events that unfolded brought plenty of twists turns and surprises When I reached the close of the book I really did not want it to end as I know now I have a big wait ahead of me for the next chapter in the series The Moon Sister Thankfully Riley keeps fans of the series happy and morale high with the tantalising sneak peek into the next sister’s story Tiggy’s uest to uncover her origins I can’t wait Thank you for another monumental novel in the Seven Sisters series Lucinda RileyI wish to thank Pan Macmillan for providing me with a free copy of this book for review purposes