I Will Find You

I Will Find You

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5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Pages: 
346
I Will Find You, a tale of mystery and intrigue which starts in wartime Fenland near Ely and then moves halfway across the globe to Australia. John Taylor's story is colourful, poignant and moving as it charts the journey of young Robbie Spalding and his path from a Dr. Barnardos Home in Cambridge to a new life on the other side of the world. Robbie becomes Nick Thorne and this account of his arrival into adulthood is more than a little tragic and filled with unexpected twists and turns. Touching, funny, sad and filled with drama, I will find you is an authentic and pacey read, gripping and compelling, and will certainly keep the readers' attention until the last page is turned. Expect to shed a tear for the casualties of war.  
John M. Taylor

John M.
Taylor

John Taylor was born in Ely in 1944 and raised in Littleport. He has been married to Elisabeth for 44 years and has three adult children. He has worked in 20 different countries and lived in England, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Australia. He now calls Cambridge home.

Reviews

by
Jean.
5
I found this book hard to put down. It held my attention totally from start to finish, I was sorry to reach the end. "I Will Find a You" is a moving and adventurous story.
by
Mike Wrenford
5
What a great book, it is a thoroughly engrossing with equal measures of tension, satisfaction and enjoyment. The story and characters shed light on appalling aspects of recent Australian and English history which are highly relevant today and deserve to be revealed. However, the novel never descends into lecturing but remains throughout an absorbing read as the characters move through history and the Australian landscape. My only (tiny) criticism is of the editors - Australia has emus not ostriches. Not a mistake someone of the obvious experience and commitment to research of the author. Highly recommended.
by
Peter Green
5
Books are put into different categories such as thriller, crime, romance, etc. This book belongs to the category of "Good Reads". This book doesn't hang about. In plain language, author, John Taylor, tells a fascinating story with contrasting settings, a gamut of emotions - and characters worthy of further books from the author. How about it, John Taylor?

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