Sing Her Home (The Penny Series #1)

Cassidy Newberry lives in Nova Scotia, in the small town of Cold Harbour Along with her Papa, Mama, and sisters, Corrine and Ruth, she is happy with her Allot in life A terrible car accident takes the lives of her Papa and sister, Corrine What happens after the accident will separate her from the rest of her family and leave her in a coma She will fight for her life,Cassidy Newberry lives in Nova Scotia, in the small town of Cold Harbour Along with her Papa, Mama, and sisters, Corrine and Ruth, she is happy with her Allot in life A terrible car accident takes the lives of her Papa and sister, Corrine What happens after the accident will separate her from the rest of her family and leave her in a coma She will fight for her life, and a way back to her family Sing Her Home is a heart wrenching, poignant tale written from young Cassidy s point of view, opening the reader s eyes and taking them on a roller coaster of emotions Warning This book contains graphic language, violence, and sexual situations that are not suitable for young children.
Sing Her Home The Penny Series Cassidy Newberry lives in Nova Scotia in the small town of Cold Harbour Along with her Papa Mama and sisters Corrine and Ruth she is happy with her Allot in life A terrible car accident takes the

  • Title: Sing Her Home (The Penny Series #1)
  • Author: June J. Austin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
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    1 thought on “Sing Her Home (The Penny Series #1)”

    1. A heart-breaking story of a young girl who was separated from her family. This story is told from her point of view. It tells of abuse and neglect, and how she is finally reunited with her family.This book will suck you in and bring tears to your eyes.

    2. Absolutely brilliant. Loved it from the moment I picked it up. Sad and eerie. A definite roller coaster of emotions. I highly recommend reading this book.

    3. Sing her HomeReview4 stars*This book was provided to Writers Refuge as a review copy.*I don't think I've ever read a book quite as sad as Sing her Home is - or one quite as raw and beautiful. Sing her Home is a book about a Cassidy, a 12 year old girl, who has it pretty good, until she's 10. When her father and sister skid off the road, everything in her life spirals out of control.The gist of it: Sing her Home takes you directly into the mind of Cassidy. It's raw, but I feel like I'm in the min [...]

    4. Emotional roller coaster. I'm more a romance or suspense type of reader, honestly got a little confused, 're-reading a couple of sections, to keep the character references, but well written, deeply emotional, story.

    5. I was gifted this book by the publisher (thank you)in exchange for a honest review.Cassidy's Song by June J. Austin was a heart-wrenching story. I will say I was just a little confused when I first started reading. The prologue and Chapter 1 were two completely different stories. But I don't give up easily; thank goodness! There are two stories going on here; two different families. But life is so intertwined. Where does one stop and another begin? Abby is so young and so naïve. We have all bee [...]

    6. I've been thinking about what to say for a few days now and I still haven't a clear idea.This book is hard to read. It's heart breaking. much pain, especially because it's all about a little girl, Cassidy, and her family.It follows Cassidy's journey, from a lovely and happy childhood to a devastating accident and the after.'s hard to read, because you feel so many different emotions and you want to do something about it, but you know you can't.There is another story, alongside Cassidy's,it's Abb [...]

    7. It didn't grab me! It started with one story. Then it weng to another story. Basically memories back & forth which J could handle. The abuse I could handle. Just didn't call to me

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