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That Girl From Nowhere ‘Where are you coming from with that accent of yours' he asks‘Nowhere' I reply ‘I'm from nowhere'‘Everyone's from somewhere' he says‘Not me' I reply silentlyClemency Smittson was adopted as a baby and the only connection she has to her birth mother is a cardboard box hand decorated with butterflies Now an adult Clem decides to make a drastic life change and move to Brighton where she was born Clem has no idea that while there she'll meet someone who knows all about her butterfly box and what happened to her birth parentsAs the tangled truths about her adoption and childhood start to unravel a series of shocking events cause Clem to reassess whether the price of having contact with her birth family could be too high to payAn emotional story about love identity and the meaning of family That Girl From Nowehere is the new novel from the bestselling author of The Ice Cream Girls The Woman He Loved Before and My Best Friend's Girl

10 thoughts on “That Girl From Nowhere

  1. says:

    I was so excited to get my hands on new Dorothy Koomson book but gosh it was such a disappointment the whole concept was boring and I am giving up after 40% maybe it gets better later on but I have too many books on my tbr shelf so goodbye

  2. says:

    I am a huge Dorothy Koomson fan and was so excited about her new book that I set myself a reminder in my diary and purchased it on the day of UK release I had seen that the reviews already written were all positive and I got stuck into reading it straight awayThe book follows Clenency Smit

  3. says:

    I have read uite a few of Dorothy Koomson novels this is my favourite novel by Dorothy so far I found it so hard to stop turning the pages I wanted to know what happened next I dearly loved Clemency mother I felt sorry for Clemency mother when she realized her daughter had accidently found

  4. says:

    A box decorated with butterflies is all that Clemency Smittson has to link her to her birth family and she has carted the box designed for a baby to sleep in through all the ups and downs of her life Now it is packed into a van once as Clemency makes the move to Brighton following the break

  5. says:

    I have been a fan of Koomson since reading The Rose Petal Beach; but now after the forth book I have realised I have really had enough of her protagonists They all seem to be angst ridden women who endlessly perseverate about what to do and how to avoid hurting or upseting a significant other

  6. says:

    It was so hard to get through I was really disappointed because it's nowhere near Dorothy Koomson standard and I didn't fall in love with the characters as I always do I finished it because I'm loyal to a fault sadly I found this book mostly boring only redeemed by the last 30% of it

  7. says:

    I was first introduced to the marvellous author that is Dorothy Koomson by my sister and fellow blogger Chrissi Reads who reads her work religiously as soon as it comes out I started with My Best Friend's Girl and haven't stopped since then Her story telling is so beautiful and she chooses to f

  8. says:

    Present for Christmas Fantastic read author always manages to grab you from the start and take you on a journey of emotions The insight into being an adopted child the impact on everyone not just the child proved so much research had been done If you want an easy but thoroughly enjoyable read ad

  9. says:

    I usually love this author’s writing but this was probably my least favourite of her booksI think there were too many themes adoption grief betrayal and euthanasia Pick two so it’s not so disjointedAlso I just couldn’t root for the protagonist she was actually annoying and needed a good tal

  10. says:

    I didn't expect this when I read the back of the book for some reason I expected a different story but I can't exactly say what I was expecting But either way the story was good but not as good as I was hoping so this is a 35 but a weak one

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