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Pages: 336

Language: English

Publisher: Definitions (Young Adult) (15 July 2013)

By: K M Peyton(Author)

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Clara has been left a widow, pregnant with another man's child, and it seems as if things could not get worse. But soon her pretty and reckless youngest sister, Ellen, is harshly sentenced to deportation to the newly-discovered land of Australia, alongside many other convicts. And back in Norfolk, Clara becomes the victim of blackmail that puts her in the clutches of the wicked Nat Grover in more ways than one . . . Will her pure love for Prosper Mayes ever survive?

Spanning from the gritty county of Norfolk to the wilds of Australia in the early nineteenth century, the Garlands face huge obstacles in their struggle to survive as a family. Yet, they remain as inimitable and courageous as ever.

" 'Wonderfully romantic' - Guardian" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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  • By Guest on 4 July 2005

    This sequel to 'Small Gains' picks up pretty much immediately where Small Gains left off. Ellen has become even more of a whippersnapper leading her into all sorts of trouble. A death in the community causes some rather unexpected changes and at the back of it all, the horses are still racing.A superb book. I didn't put it down until I'd read it. Wonderful.

  • By Swallowbird on 24 February 2014

    Peyton delivers a well-written, fast moving story for the teenage reader, which captivates the attention. Her novels are always full of hope and possibility, and Greater Gains has all of this. A thoroughly good read.

  • By Lady A on 25 September 2010

    Really great book - unlike many childrens historical novels, this is very accurate and makes you want to go back in time to Clara's it!

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