Lives Apart: Separation


Amazon Customer Rating: [usr 4.5]
Goodreads Rating:  [usr 3.84]

Kindle: £0.99

Paperback: £12.99

  • About

    While the Germans overrun Europe and threaten to invade Britain in the early months of the war, the lives of several individuals and their families are changed forever:

    Joe Price: A young soldier, newly called up and recently engaged, should be safe in Suffolk, but instead finds himself in France, fighting the Germans in the Battle for Calais.

    Peggy Cooper: Joe’s fiancée and trainee nurse, faces the horrors of treating wounded men, returning from fighting in France, believing Joe is still safe in England.

    Louis Servier: A young French soldier, initially keen to ‘do his bit’ but soon terrifyingly out of his depth and running scared.

    Brigitte Fabron: Louis’ girlfriend, who he assumes will be waiting for him, but who has, in fact turned her attention to the occupying Germans.

    Marcel Servier: Louis’ younger brother, sent away by his parents who fear for his safety, treks to the coast in the hope of safe passage to England. En route, he meets many new friends, some of whom have even more reason than him to fear for their lives.

    Olive Cooper: Peggy’s cousin, working for the local council. Her only interest in life is her German lover, now forced to return to his homeland. Their letters keep them together and Olive delights in giving him all the news and gossip.

    How will they face tragedy and uncertainty, not knowing what the future will bring and whether they’ll survive the heartbreak of Separation?

    This is the first of a five part chronicle, telling the story of several individuals and their families through the Second World War.

    *** This book has some adult content. ***
  • Product Details

    Format(s): Paperback and Kindle
    ISBN: 978-1-910603-03-1 (Paperback)
    ASIN: B00WXL7IHC (Kindle)
    Edition: 1st Edition
    Imprint: GWL Publishing
    Classification: Fiction, Historical Romance, Family Sagas, War
    Paperback Published: 08 June, 2015
    Kindle Published: 08 June, 2015
    No of pages: 440pp

  • Review(s)

    Praise for Lives Apart Series: Separation:

    • Enjoyed this book very much

      Enjoyed this book very much

      I really could not put this book down. …I would recommend this book to anyone interested in mainly the civilian aspects of WW two.
      Christine Watmough – Goodreads Review, 29 July, 2016.

    • Hard to separate yourself from this great novel!

      Hard to separate yourself from this great novel!

      Love this series… It has me gripped.
      Yvonne Kennedy – Amazon Review, 19 July, 2017.

    • Early Days of WW2

      Early Days of WW2

      I love this period of history…
      …a really good read…
      Mrs S Gaskin, Amazon Review, 07 April, 2017.