In this 1940s rural scene you glimpse the shadow behind all things bright and beautiful. (Daily Mail
Anyone who enjoys a gentle, modern love story will find a cracker in Thornyhold (Woman's World
Skeins of sentences are woven into a tale of sweet magic, witchcraft and suspense . . . which will perpetuate Mrs Stewart's bestsellerdom and confirm her status as a literary phenomenon (Scotland on Sunday)
Reissued with a fresh cover look comes this love story delicate in its perceptions of a young woman falling in love, delightful in its portrayal of the countryside, and skilled in its creation of a world of magic. Mary Stewart's storytelling is as spell-binding as ever.