The Forgotten Garden ebook
by Caroline Lee,Kate Morton
Of the Kate Morton books I have read so far, this is by far the very best one. It’s not predictable and the armchair .
Of the Kate Morton books I have read so far, this is by far the very best one. It’s not predictable and the armchair traveling in this took me to Cornwall and London England, Sydney Australia and New York City. As with her books The Lake House and The Secret Keeper, The Forgotten Garden is a mystery that comes together like a jigsaw puzzle via the personal stories of several different characters, across multiple time periods and continents. Deeply immersive and compelling, Morton draws the reader into a dense, intricate, atmospheric world that kept me reading to the very last page.
Kate Morton grew up in the mountains of south-east Queensland and lives now with her husband and young sons in Brisbane. You can find more information about Kate Morton and her books at ww. atemorton. This is a work of fiction. She has degrees in dramatic art and English literature, specialising in nineteenth-century tragedy and contemporary gothic novels.
The Forgotten Garden. The House at Riverton. Morton whisks the reader into scene after vivid scene, sometimes frightening us, often perplexing us, and always providing us with a great deal of entertainment. - Star Telegram (Fort Worth, TX). ‘Simmers with secrets and strangeness. - Good Housekeeping, UK. ‘A foundling, a book of dark fairytales, a secret garden, an aristocratic family, a love denied - are all elements pulled together to build a tale that is compulsively readable. a captivating tale of century-old secrets, family and memory.
This is the second of Kate Morton's books that I have read and I must have more! I savored every, single . I enjoyed The Forgotten Garden. Morton’s beautifully descriptive writing brings the past to life as it has in her other books
This is the second of Kate Morton's books that I have read and I must have more! I savored every, single page of this book. Would it be presumptuous of me to say that perhaps this is the best book I have ever read? I'm not sure, but it surely comes close. The story is mysterious, interesting and provoking. I could perhaps predict what may happen next but I would be wrong. Morton’s beautifully descriptive writing brings the past to life as it has in her other books. But also like her other books, the story follows the same formula. A present-day narrator discovering a mystery in her family’s past and attempting to solve it.
The Forgotten Garden book.
Similar to and yet somehow different from the other gardens on the estate. For a start, it is walled completely. For a start, it is walled completely n the northern and one on the southern wall -’ ‘So there is another door,’ said Cassandra. Julia looked over the top of her glasses. There were renovations made, back around 1912. The brick wall out front for one, maybe they removed the door then? But wait. The garden itself was neat and rather under-planted.
товар 3 Forgotten Garden by Morton, Kate -Forgotten Garden by Morton, Kate. This is a truly fabulous book. It was highly recommended to me by a friend. A sense of mystery is ever present from beginning to almost the end of the book. The mystery gradually unravels as you read along. 243,49 RUB. + 609,63 RUB за доставку. товар 4 Forgotten Garden by Morton, Kate -Forgotten Garden by Morton, Kate. товар 5 Forgotten Garden by Morton, Kate -Forgotten Garden by Morton, Kate. It is a book that I found difficult to put down.
By (author) Kate Morton, Read by Caroline Le. The Daily Express "The Forgotten Garden weaves its powerful spell slowly and beautifully.
Inheriting a book of dark and intriguing fairytales written by Eliza Makepeace Rutherford - the Victorian authoress who disappeared mysteriously in the early 20th century - as well as a cliff-top cottage on the other side of the world, Cassandra takes her courage in both hands to follow in the footsteps of Nell, on a quest to find out the truth about their.
Thirty-eight year old Cassandra is lost, alone and grieving. Her much loved grandmother, Nell, has just died and Cassandra, her life already shaken by a tragic accident ten years ago, feels like she has lost everything known and dear to her. But an unexpected and mysterious bequest from Nell turns Cassandra’s life upside down and ends up challenging everything she thought she knew about herself and her family. Inheriting a book of dark and intriguing fairytales written by Eliza Makepeace Rutherford―the Victorian authoress who disappeared mysteriously in the early twentieth century―as well as a cliff-top cottage on the other side of the world, Cassandra takes her courage in both hands to follow in the footsteps of Nell, on a quest to find out the truth about their history, their family and their past; little knowing that in the process, she will also discover a new life for herself.
Reviews for The House at Riverton (also known as The Shifting Fog):
"A stunning must-read story that’s set for stardom" ―Woman’s Day magazine
"This debut page-turner… recounts the crumbling of a prominent British family as seen through the eyes of one of its servants…. Morton triumphs with a riveting plot, a touching but tense love story and a haunting ending." ―Publishers Weekly