Two families divided by hate
A love that will not die.
Sylvie and Donna travel on the same train to work each day but have never spoken. Their families are on different sides of the bitter Brexit divide, although the tensions and arguments at home give them much in common.
What they don’t know is that their eldest children, Rachid and Jodie, are about to meet for the first time and fall in love. Aware that neither family will approve, the teenagers vow to keep their romance a secret.
But as Sylvie’s family feel increasingly unwelcome in England, a desire for a better life threatens Rachid and Jodie’s relationship. Can their love unite their families – or will it end in tragedy?
This is a book that is unputdownable. I can quite honestly say that this is the author’s best book to date.
Green really gives us a message in this book. Finding that this is based on real events has added a whole element to this book.
In Little Stars is beautiful and completely addictive. I have devoured this book in just one sitting.
I love how the characters are brought together and with an element of disagreement on their opinions and beliefs. I can honestly say I didn’t expect to be so engrossed in this one.
Green has written a gem, I have adored this book from beginning to end. This is a gut wrenching and heartbreaking novel by a truly wonderful author.
I cannot say anything negative about this book. This is a wonderful read.