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Broken Threads

Broken Threads

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2000s: The second in the Sydney collection series

  • ISBN: 978-0994309525
  • Genre: Sagas

What you need to know before your trail

Jan Turnbull’s life takes a sharp turn towards chaos the instant her eldest son, Simon takes a tumble in the surf and loses his life.

Blame competes with grief and Jan’s husband turns against her. She finds herself ousted from the family home and separated from their remaining son, Andy.

As Jan tries to cope with her grief and prepares to build a new life, it soon becomes known that Simon has left behind a bombshell, and her younger son seeks ways of compensating for his loss, leading to further issues for her to deal with.

Can Jan hold it all together and save her marriage and her family?

Travel Guide

Welcome to the Northern Beaches area of Sydney – Sydney Collection series

This book is mainly set in the Manly Bay area – Manly Cove area of Northern Beaches

The Northern Beaches is an area in the northern coastal suburbs of Sydney, and is very close to the Pacific coast. This area extends south to the entrance of Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour), west to Middle Harbour and north to the entrance of Broken Bay. This region was previously known as Guringai country as it was formerly inhabited by the Garigal or Caregal people.

The book follows lives of those who live and work there. This book takes place largely in the workplace of a school. It’s the characters which shine and your get to experience rural life in this stunning part of the world. The landscape feature throughout and makes a gorgeous backdrop.



BookTrail Boarding Pass: Broken Threads

Destination: Sydney, Northern Beaches  Author/guide:  Maggie Christensen  Departure Time:2000s

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