What a wonderful book. The dips and dives, turns, and straight ways of this wonderful, sinuous, story keeps you surprised and keeps you coming back to figure out what will happen next!
Got annoyed by the constant trail to another conclusion. By the end I did not care who did what, just wanted the book over. Did not really feel ties to any of the characters.
I am a mom of 4 that loves loves loves my Megan, Colin, Joshua & Aiden baby.
this was a wonderful Story from beginning to end I am hard to trick and it surprised me. the narrator also was very easy to listen to which I greatly appreciate.
Kate Morton is truly a master at creating mysteries that span decades and tie a story from the past with a present story. Her descriptions and character interactions are delicious, plus you always get a bit of a history lesson, especially in a social context. While there is often a little bit of tragedy in all her stories, this one I found to be a little sadder. Not a tear-jerker, just a little sadder. It's a good story that I recommend, but if you are new to this author, you may want to start with "The Forgotten Garden."
Caroline Lee's narration is very good.
This was my first Kate Morton book to listen to and I will be looking forward to another. I hated for this book to end. That's when I know I've found a great book. The story line was captivating from beginning to end. Caroline Lee is one of my very favorite narrator and that was my original reason for choosing this book. Sure glad I did. I've already recommended it to several of my friends.
so much data. to much to digest maybe but interesting for the research
not really. her other stories are far more entertaining and intrigueing
I like it
no. gonna read again to get the remnants that I mighta missed
This was a rich, haunting & full story that is complimented with the familiar style of Kate Morton. I love her themes and this one had the usuals but added a complicated sister dynamic to the mix. My fav part of all of her novels are the last few chapters. I wait with baited breath for the excited conclusions. All loose ends are tied up and in unexpected ways. I will move on to another Morton novel, sad to say good-by to this one.