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Sophie Hedley reviews ‘Ignoring Gravity’

“The underlying theme throughout Ignoring Gravity is relationships – either family relationships or romantic relationships – and I thought the author’s writing was strong and sensitively done,” says Sophie Hedley at Book Drunk. “The adoption is of course the main theme here and I was fascinated with learning more about Rose’s real parents, why she was adopted and how her upbringing was affected. I can’t even begin to imagine how it must feel to find out your family isn’t actually your real family after all – though I do know I’d be a complete emotional wreck – and so I loved how, instead of it all being tears and drama, Rose quickly started using her journalistic ability to her strength and began investigating, to discover who she really was.” Read Sophie’s review in full by clicking here. Read what other readers are saying about Ignoring Gravity. ‘Ignoring Gravity’ by Sandra Danby [UK: Beulah Press] Buy now And if you’d like to tweet a link to THIS post, here’s my suggested tweet: IGNORING GRAVITY #bookreview by @SophieRTB via @SandraDanby http://wp.me/p5gEM4-1p8
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‘Ignoring Gravity’: paperback out now

The paperback edition of Ignoring Gravity is out now at Amazon. So why not give it as a Christmas present? Not sure if it’s for you, or your friend? To get a flavour, watch the book trailer  and read what other readers are saying. ‘Ignoring Gravity’ by Sandra Danby [UK: Beulah Press] Buy now And if you’d like to tweet a link to THIS post, here’s my suggested tweet: IGNORING GRAVITY: available as a paperback http://wp.me/p5gEM4-1qA via @SandraDanby #books
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Categories: Book Love and My Novel: 'Ignoring Gravity'.