As Time Goes By

As Time Goes By Review

When Sam Grey joined the ATS, she wanted to find adventure, not end up doing office work in Liverpool. Sam wants to show that she is as brave as any man, and when she doesn't get the chance, her lively nature leads her into confrontation with her authoritarian boss. Sparks also fly when she encounters Johnny, whose heroic work in bomb disposal makes him very attractive to many but Sam is determined not to fall for his charm. Meanwhile, Sally wants nothing more than to protect her small children while her husband is a prisoner of war. She works hard to stave off poverty, doing shifts in a factory and singing at the Grafton ballroom. But help is at hand, from a most unlikely source.

Title:As Time Goes By
Edition Language:English

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    As Time Goes By Reviews

  • Shirley Revill

    I read this book some time ago and I really enjoyed the story. Think it's well worth reading again in the future. I really enjoyed the books by Annie Groves and this one was no exception. Storytelling...

  • Suzanne

    Things happen to people in war especially relationships between people. Sally has a POW husband who borrowed money from unscrupulous money lenders before he left and now Sally must pay it back. Sally ...

  • Layla Ashby

    Read many year ago would re read loved this series. 5 star rating. R.I.P.Annie Groves. ...

  • Catherine  Matsubu

    So g oodI truly enjoyed the adventures in this story! There were times I got a bit confused by the way the author chose to change characters but eventually caught on ...

  • ann betts

    As time goes byI liked the time frame the story was set in but hated the way it skipped from one character to another in many areas from one sentence to the next....

  • Adam Beddoe

    I'm not really keen on war books but as this was a book club choice I thought I ought to make an effort. The book had some real positives that deserve credit. It was so readable I found myself able to...

  • Frances Bell

    This is writing that I could do. Which means to say - not great. She loses the suspense all the way through by interrupting dialogue to refer to past events... it was very difficult to engage with any...

  • Dark-Draco

    I really, really wanted to like this. I thought I was in the mood for a novel about female fortitude during the war, about plucky characters with a bit of romance thrown in. Sadly, by about the sixth ...

  • Deb

    A WWII book so boring and cliched that I can't bear to finish it....

  • Pauline

    Didn't enjoy this one as much as I have others by her. To much chopping and changing from one story to the next so none came out really strong....