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The Blackberry Bush

The Blackberry Bush - David Housholder This was a novel seemed to have all the elements to a great story and opened with a great start of two children born as the Berlin wall came down but the story went flat after that, I liked the story of Walter and Nellie and wanted to learn so much more about them but all the characters seemed incomplete to me and I never really got to know or understand any of them and therefore had no real connection with the book. This is a very short book I felt the ending was rushed and was really disappointed with the story. I would not put anyone off reading this book as somebody else could love it.