No Peace for Amelia
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It’s 1916, but Amelia Pim’s thoughts are on Frederick Goodbody, not on the war in Europe. Then Frederick enlists to fight. The pacifist Quaker community is shocked, but as Amelia goes to the quayside to wish him farewell, she secretly feels proud of her hero boyfriend. Meanwhile her friend Mary Anne faces a private turmoil as her brother is caught up in the Easter Rising. What will become of the two young men – and how will it change the girls’ lives?
- The brilliant sequel to #1 bestselling classic Amelia
- A powerful tale of war and change by a major novelist
- Siobhán Parkinson was Laureate na nÓg from 2010-2012
- Her books include The Moon King and Sisters… No Way!
“Set in that turbulent place, Dublin in 1914, and is all about loss and adjusting which, of course, is what adolescence is all about.” Sunday Independent
“In the end, it is hope and courage which are the mainstays of this compelling novel.” Echo
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