‘Ignoring Gravity’: what the readers say

What are readers saying about Ignoring Gravity?

“So much mystery and I haven’t even read from the beginning! Will be doing so on the weekend. Loved the way you described Phyllie’s cup of tea as “poured with a slight wobble and spill” – I immediately saw it so vividly!”
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“Sneaked time off from packing to read this. Totally absorbing… want to know what happens next but also need to go back to the beginning. Packing can wait!”
Sheila Williams, Write on the Beach

“Just finished Ignoring Gravity. Loved it, and cried at page 421!”
Nicky Stephen, Nicky Stephen Marketing

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“She’s hardly able to tear herself away from Ignoring Gravity to make meals or wash dishes – thought you’d like to know that!
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Synopsis: Rose Haldane is confident about her identity. She pulls the same face as her grandfather when she has to do something she doesn’t want to, she knows her DNA is the same as his. Except it isn’t: because Rose is adopted and doesn’t know it. Ignoring Gravity connects two pairs of sisters separated by a generation of secrets. Finding her mother’s lost diaries, Rose begins to understand why she has always seemed the outsider in her family, why she feels so different from her sister Lily. Then just when she thinks there can’t be any more secrets…

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Comments

  1. Congratulations, Sandra!
    In the meantime I pre-ordered another copy for a friend. A perfect birthday gift for her.

  2. I think the title is great, and the reviews add to the interest. As you may know, I had my first novel published in March, which was and seems exciting, but marketing the thing is another js entirely, and I find it pretty difficult. Wish you every success with this one. I do plan to read it myself, because the plot sounds genuinely intriguing