Thursday, July 22, 2010

Summer Reading


A compelling and at times, confusing read but well worth the almost 600 pages.


From Australia to the Cornish coast you will turn the pages with anticipation and wish to finally find out who and why.



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Sorry for the lack of posts but the summer has been a whirlwind since my little trip. Planning three birthdays, holidays away and preparing DN2 to leave for school has been exhausting. Hopefully updates will follow soon!



I hope you are all having a wonderful and relaxing summer.

xoxo



13 comments:

Madelief said...

I read this book last year. It's a beautiful book indeed!

Lieve groet, Madelief

sharie said...

Looks like an interesting read. Have to look it up on google to find out the plot.

I Love Pretty Little Things said...

I have this book but haven't dug in yet. With 600 pages it is quite a commitment. Ha ha
I am glad to hear a review, that helps me decide that it is time-
Joyce

koralee said...

I just started my first book of the Summer..I am a bit behind..but will add this to my reading list. xoxo Happy Friday. xoxo

Felicia said...

Read it and loved it. I loved the fairytale aspect of it. I recommend The Rock Orchard by Paula Wall.

Firefly said...

Hi L,
Thanks for the recommendation! I just downloaded it from Audible.com -- will be a great travel read for long drives and flights over the next few weeks.
Enjoy the rest of your summer!
G

Knitting Out Loud said...

Have just reserved The Forgotten garden from the library! Thank you for the recommendation.

Florence and Mary said...

I enjoyed this, like you say it can be confusing but worth it and a definite page turner. Have you read her other book?

Victoria x

annie's abode said...

i hope you are having a grreat summer too!
anniex

Joanne said...

Have read this book as well as her book: The House at Riverton and enjoyed both!
I am not sure how I came across your blog but wanted to tell you that I love it...share in your love of all things british. Are you originally from England?
Great style!
Thanks for the peek!
Joanne in Ontario

Gingham and Flowers said...

I always like a good book recommendation. Really out of the habit of reading lately and I'm wanting to get back into it again. Especially with the autumn approaching it's good to snuggle up with a good book. Thanks for leaving a message on my blog. Felt so nervous writing again after such a very long time. Lovely to get comments straight away.

Ally Johnston said...

That book was an awesome read. I liked her other one too,

Debbie said...

Must check that book out...
It seems very popular!
Thanks for sharing!

Debbie Moss