Sunday, June 5, 2011

On the Bookshelf...

 [ via PanMacmillan ]

I finished another one. In just a moment, as it seems. I knew I would love it when I bought it already because the author's one of my favourites. I already discovered the secrets of The House at Riverton and The Forgotten Garden and now I was strolling along with the characters through Milderhurst Castle, revealing the past within the ancient walls that sing the distant hours... I, too, was s drawn to Milderhurst Castle and the eccentric Sisters Blythe. And I couldn't wait to learn what really happened. It's so beautifully written, rich in colour, so thrilling and emotional. I practically devoured it. The hardest part was to stop and put the book aside, after a look to my watch saying it was far to late to continue. I love the indication, thoroughly woven into the storyline, leaving me and my imagination running wild... It's a thriller and mystery novel, a love story and a window into the past, of England during World War II. [ Read the synopsis or a short abstract]
And now that I'm finished, I feel a bit abandoned - longing for more...

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