Veronica Cline Barton
Veronica Cline Barton
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Author D.B. Carter's, The Cherries, is a heartwarming, bittersweet read that keeps you glued to the page--waiting to see what will happen next. As the characters and their situations unfold, we get to know their hopes and dreams, and the fears that sometimes paralyze them, spiritually and physically. The story's finale will keep you on pins and needles to the very end. This is a life tale that enchanted this reader, highly recommended!
Leona
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For me The Cherries is about self actualisation and self reliance, it’s not a knight- in-shining-armour, or in this case knight-on-shining-bicycle, romance, sweeping the hapless heroin off her feet, it’s about learning to stand on your own two feet and the importance of others in achieving this. I can’t wait to read the next instalment from this author.
Lali Love
Lali Love
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This is a beautiful story that transcends the reader into a lovely English town, filled with a tapestry of emotions. The richness of each character’s development includes diversity, respect, understanding, and kindness. I loved the author's writing style, it was as if he eloquently painted the words together to form the setting and storyline. If you love a good dramatic story about relationships and complexities of life, gorgeous scenery, relatable characters and a beautiful romance, this book is for you!
Bridget
Bridget
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“The Cherries” is a moving and thought-provoking début by D B Carter and I found it to be a thoroughly enjoyable read. The characters were well drawn by the author and I particularly liked Luke who I thought had so much to offer in terms of his generosity and kindness. If you're looking for a heart-warming read that isn’t too sugar-coated, look no further! I shall be keeping an eye out for next instalment from D B Carter
Kindle Customer
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All in all, a superb first novel from an exciting new writer. I suspect we will be hearing a lot about D.B.Carter as his writing career continues. Highly recommended, even for those like me, for which this is not their preferred genre.
	Mrs. Marlene J. Woolgar
Mrs. Marlene J. Woolgar
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It begins as a gentle read but it was not long before I found myself being sucked into the characters lives with the complexities of relationships and the, sometimes, harsh realities of life. I moved from celebrating to despairing with them. I became angry and frustrated too over the misunderstanding between two of the main characters, whilst still being filled with hope. It’s so well written, and certainly played with my emotions! This is all you could wish for in a book, especially as the writer kept me guessing as to how it would end.
Emily
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The author's comfortable style of writing brings the characters and story immediately to life so that I immediately felt as though I was reading a sequel. This novel is a well written romance with a bit more depth to it that makes you stop and think about life. I would highly recommend reading this book and I look forward to reading a lot more from this author.
EdwardK9
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I thought this might be a book I would skim through quickly but I found myself quickly enthralled by the story. The characters were so believable and their problems a good reflection of how in real life all can look well on the surface while all sorts of difficulties are present. Once I’d started I didn’t want to stop reading. I hope this author will write more as soon as possible.
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D. B. Carter lives with his family on the edge of a small town nestled amongst the rolling hills of rural Devon, England.

The son of two nomadic artists, he grew up in a world of creativity, studying painting techniques under his parents’ tutelage. In his 20s, he went to university and followed a career in science and later commerce, running his own business for twenty years.

A lifelong bibliophile, he is firmly of the opinion that there is no such thing as too many books, only insufficient shelf space; it was his love of classical literature, of Dickens and Brontë, that led to the creation of “The Cherries.”

His philosophy is, “If we look for the good, we will find it.”

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