Natalie is a young Gold Coast mother with a loving husband, two small children, and a happy lifestyle. While helping her mother move house, she finds a little box containing a Burmese artifact. When Natalie learns its unique history through a letter left by her great-great uncle, it ignites her interest in its origins and her uncle’s unfulfilled plans for this curio. Her investigations collide with her own dramatically changing circumstances and create a dilemma that challenges the core of her marriage as she finds herself immersed in two very different golden lands.
©2012 Lady Byron Pty Ltd (P)2012 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd
Easy to listen to before falling asleep.
Similar to the others.
No, it is too long for that (unless you are on a plane).
Hard to answer this one as its a bit different from my usual genera.
That it was easy to follow, not any twists and turns that you had to keep track of as with some stories. This was nice for a change as I listen to a lot of mysteries and thrillers.
Pleasant to listen to and got the various characters voices just right.
No, not really, though there were parts that had a bit of suspense and made you keep reading.
Captivating, moving, loving
The descriptions of Burma
I enjoyed taking my time with this book over a few days.
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