The Key Is on the Inside

The Key Is on the Inside

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A Family Saga set in the North-East of England. "The Key Is On The Inside," is the bringing together of two books, "Restoration" and "Acceptance" into one complete work. It is a story of love, and the difficult path the characters travel to walk in its light. They experience the seemingly constant bedfellows of love, joy and heartache. The tale is set within the turbulent years of the two great wars from 1900 to 1946, bringing with them, unimaginable violence and cultural change never before seen in man's history. Engage with the moral dilemmas, the decisions, the pain and joy, live history with this family. The constant and the third companion of love, "Hope" is ever present. This story will touch your heart and soul, perhaps even how you view Life. There are many new scenes for your enjoyment in this, the complete story. For lovers of "Downton Abbey"
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  • Paperback | 822 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 47.24mm | 1,002.43g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508524173
  • 9781508524175

About Sebastian Swan

The Author Sebastian Swan was born in the North East of England not far from Bamburgh. He served his time as a joiner later lecturing in Yorkshire, then as the salmon returns to the place of its birth, he returned to the North East when he retired, and started to write. All his life he had struggled with the written word, being dyslexic. He had cancer, which forced him to retire, while he was ill he started to read for pleasure, he couldn't do much else for a while. He found that in reading he could be transported to another place, a "Dream World." One day he thought he could create his own dream world and started to write, with a little help from his friends, and drew from the vast resources of history on his doorstep. Most of his books are played out in the beautiful North East of England. The places in the books can still be seen and touched, come to the North East, sit on the quiet beaches, close your eyes and be transported into the world of Sebastian Swan. David Mattches BA
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