2 edition of Finding frances found in the catalog.
|Statement||Janice M. Van Dyck|
|LC Classifications||PS3622.A585484 F56 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||282 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||282|
|ISBN 10||9780982614006, 9780982614020, 9780982614013|
|LC Control Number||2010920169|
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Kelly Vincent's Finding Frances is a wonderfully insightful and intriguing coming-of-age story about a girl searching for her family's history.
As the story opens, Retta Brooks is being home-schooled by her apparently obsessive and possessive mum, Jenny/5.
Finding Frances is filled with wonderful historical photos, interesting information about WWII aircraft and life as a wartime pilot. Also, of course, are the letters. The letters that made me feel an intimate connection with the personalities in Finding Frances. I simply loved this book.
Timothy N, Portland,OR USA/5(13). "Finding Frances" is a timely novel that brilliantly captures the dynamics of a modern death.
Janice Van Dyck, a truly-gifted novelist, uses her literary skills to examine the end-of-life drama from various perspectives. The main character, Frances, is at peace with her forthcoming death; but her family is not ready to see her go/5(21).
Janice Van Dyck, the author of FINDING FRANCES, approaches this task of dealing with a family's struggle with the issue of conflicting decisions about death and dying with a strong background of gifts: she is an executive coach and communications specialist, has a fine first novel ('The O'Malley Trilogy') under her belt, and most important, she is writing from her /5.
Finding Frances: Love Letters from a Flight Lieutenant. Eric Hutchin was 17 when he joined the Royal Air Force to fight the Nazis in World War II. He trained as a fighter pilot at Falcon Field, a Hollywood-financed military base built in Mesa, in the Arizona desert, and there he fell in love with year-old Frances Mackenzie/5.
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Download Finding Frances Ebook by Louise Marchal. Frances Darlington () is best known in her home county of Yorkshire where her public works of art punc Released on: Octo The following review of Janice M. Van Dyck’s book Finding Frances (Winston-Higgins Press, ) has been written for our quarterly journal Recovering the Self by our regular reviewer Patricia Wellingham-Jones.
It is presented here with Patricia’s permission. Synopsis: Frances Baldwin knows she is dying and is ready to go. ‘Nathan for You’s’ ‘Finding Frances’: The Most Bizarrely Romantic TV Episode of the Year.
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