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Historical Fiction | Triumph of the Shipyard Girls | Nancy Revell

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We’re delighted to be on tour with Arrow today sharing Alice-Jane’s thoughts on Triumph of the Shipyard Girls by Nancy Revell.

Alice-Jane has enjoyed the previous novels she’s read in this series. You can read her thoughts on this series by clicking here.


Book cover for Triumph of the Shipyard Girls by Nancy Revell

Triumph of the Shipyard Girls by Nancy Revell is published by Arrow (19th March 2020) and available to purchase in digital, paperback and audiobook formats.

Sunderland, 1943: With the future of Britain uncertain, the shipyard girls fight to keep their lives on an even keel.

Head-welder Rosie is just about managing to keep her double life hidden from little sister Charlotte’s prying eyes. But Charlotte senses something is up and, with a secret this big, the truth is bound to come out.

After a whirlwind wedding, Polly must bid farewell to her sweetheart as he returns to the front line.

And there is something odd about yard manager Helen’s newest recruit Bel. But in resolving to uncover the truth, Helen might discover more than she bargained for…

Only by rallying together will the shipyard girls triumph.

Review

Another hugely enjoyable sequel to the shipyard girls saga! 

Again the girls continue to face the hardships of the war with the added bonds of friendship and family. These necessary relationships are what protects each other, with love and loss as well as the ghosts from the past that can threaten to destroy the future. 

For character Helen, her need to explore her family links prove to be more enlightening for more than herself, and for Rosie her secrets from family as put to the test in order to protect those that she loves.

Nancy Revell has succeeded again in creating a tumultuous world for the girls of the shipyards, and proves just how much friendship is the familiar bond that is necessary to survive such a time. 

Alice-Jane guest reviewer on Jera's Jamboree

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Author photo Nancy Revell

Nancy Revell is the pen name of writer and journalist Amanda Revell Walton, who has worked for the national press for the past 25 years, providing them with hard-hitting news stories and in-depth features. She has also worked for just about every woman’s magazine, writing amazing and inspirational true life stories. Twitter @arevellwalton


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