Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Vanessa reviews Losing it All by Marsha Cornelius

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Today’s book review comes from team member Vanessa, she blogs at


Vanessa read and reviewed Losing It All by Marsha Cornelius


What an original and heart-warming book! This is life at its worst, with the best outcome.

I admit that I did not think it would be my kind of read when I started it, but as I progressed I got sucked into this desperate world of homelessness, domestic abuse, and bad luck.

Overall, the characters were beautifully developed and I loved it. The author has managed to take a difficult situation and write about it. I don’t know many that could do this.

Highly recommend if you want to read about romance against the odds.

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In the sleepy town of Bratislava in 1933 a romantic girl falls for a bookseller from Berlin. Greta Weissensteiner, daughter of a Jewish weaver, slowly settles in with the Winkelmeier clan just as…

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Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Terry reviews Losing It All by Marsha Cornelius

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Today’s team book review comes from Terry, she blogs at


She chose to read and review Losing It All by Marsha Cornelius


LOSING IT ALL by Marsha Cornelius – review by Terry

My rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

I enjoyed this – it’s interesting and unusual.

The novel is set mostly around Atlanta, Georgia in the US. Frank is a Vietnam vet whose life has crashed and burned, leaving him a vagrant trying to scratch out an existence as best he can. Chloe is a small town, naïve mother of two who has allowed her path through life to be determined by others. When husband Duane deserts her, everything gradually falls apart and she ends up in a shelter for homeless women.

Marsha Cornelius has clearly put a great deal of research into this story. I recently watched the 1960s BBC (UK) drama-documentary ‘Cathy Come Home’, which shows…

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