The Way to London

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Product Details

Price
$15.99
Publisher
William Morrow & Company
Publish Date
Pages
384
Dimensions
5.3 X 8.0 X 0.9 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780062433206

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About the Author

ALIX RICKLOFF has never been able to decide who she enjoys reading more; Austen or Tolkien. That lifelong indecision drove her to create stories of her own, combining those distinct loves. Her writing awards include a final in the Golden Heart, while Romantic Times Magazine calls her work both compelling and original.

To learn more you can visit her on the web at www.AlixRickloff.com.

Reviews

"A wonderful blend of smart writing, memorable characters, and World War II imagery all centered on the hunger each one of us has to give love and receive it. A great read for not only devotees of period fiction, but anyone who craves a well-told story."--Susan Meissner, author of A Bridge Across the Ocean
"THE WAY TO LONDON manages to combine a sense of epic sweep with a intimate look at one woman's emotional transformation, as the war drives Lucy Stanhope from Singapore to Cornwall to London and finally to the place she belongs. I didn't want the journey to end!"--Lauren Willig, New York Times bestselling author
"Featuring a strong heroine and an emotional journey, The Way to London is a beautiful story of love, friendship, and the strength of the human spirit set against the backdrop of the tumultuous events of World War II."--Chanel Cleeton, author of Next Year in Havana
"Rickloff delivers an engrossing novel of a young woman's coming of age. Like all of Rickloff's novels, the heart of the story is her characters, their emotional growth and strength, blended with wonderful storytelling, descriptions and dialogue that compel readers to believe they are a part of the action."--RT Book Reviews
"Alix Rickloff has penned an entertaining novel...Recommended."--Historical Novels Review