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The Whispering Road In true Victorian fashion, award winning author Michael pens a gripping, epic novel about a sister and brother whose mother leaves them at a workhouse in Manchester, England For Joe and Annie, the choice is escape or die


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10 thoughts on “The Whispering Road

  1. says:

    The author was inspired to write this book after hearing the following true story that took place near her home over a century ago A farmer and his wife took in two children, boy and girl, from the workhouse, to help with the run of the farm As the years passed, people began to notice that the children never got any older But the farm was isolated, people kept to themselves, an


  2. says:

    This is a gem of a book Dickinson like, it deals with abject poverty, work houses for the poor and children whose parents cannot afford to keep them and resort to dropping them off at work houses.Realistically written without over dramatization, we travel the streets of England during the 1830 s when poor were deemed unworthy, stupid, and people to be abused.Two children, a young boy


  3. says:

    O.o THIS BOOK IS SO SAD AND DARK But also gripping and spooky and full of historical detail and an intriguing, barely there fantasy edge I read it in two days, which is the highest praise I can give tbh because I m normally the slowest sobs in direction of Goodreads Challenge being 4 books behind schedule Anyway Good stuff I m still thinking about the ending Also, I thought this was MG but i


  4. says:

    Set in 19th Century England, Joe and Annie have been sent to work on a farm When they left the workhouse they thought they were lucky, but this is much worse worked to the bone and violently beaten they know they need to escape The pair make a run for it and decide to head towards Manchester, to see if they can find their mum, she always promised to come back and now is the time to reunite.Along th


  5. says:

    This book reminded me of Oliver Twist, but it wasfast paced and I think younger readers will getmessages out of it The layered worlds the protagonist experiences in 1830s Manchester tell you a lot about society in general What struck me most about Joe was that he was a survivor Whenever he was selfish, heartless even at one point in the story, it was from the realistic perspective of that struggle You cou


  6. says:

    Excellent book Loved the characters and plot Great for learning about workhouse, Victorian times and just for general reading at the end of day to children Explores different issues such as family, friendship, loneliness, belonging.


  7. says:

    This book had a great influence on me because now I know how tough things could get for me in the future It s a great book about an adventurous boy named Joe, but he also has many other names.


  8. says:

    I was really surprised by this book I really loved it The theme of freedom was strong It was interesting to see how no matter how hard the main character wanted freedom and without responsibilities, he was never truly free I really suggest this book


  9. says:

    I m rather torn between giving this 3 stars or 4 I really liked the ending and the historical basis was interesting, but most of the book was really long and slow, and I didn t much care for the main character However, like the story, I liked himtowards the end, which I think you re supposed to, but it was still annoying during the beginning and middle.


  10. says:

    I ve never really read a book like this before and was surprised that I enjoyed it so much There is a lot of plot to keep you entertained and it touches upon many issues and subjects The only problem I would say is that it gets a bit slow in some places but I don t mind.


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