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The Lake House by [Morton, Kate]
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4.4 out of 5 stars 847 customer reviews

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"A deliciously compelling mystery." (The Lake House)--Liane Moriarty "#1 NYT bestselling author of Big Little Lies and Truly Madly Guilty "

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'Morton excels at creating absorbing mystery.' (PEOPLE)

'Morton is the master of the atmospheric old-fashioned novel packed with enough stories to fill all the worn satchels in the Milderhurst attic.' (Bookpage)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3082 KB
  • Print Length: 607 pages
  • Publisher: Mantle; Main Market Ed. edition (22 Oct. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00VG9M4DA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 847 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,959 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Not the kind of book I usually read but I'm glad I did. Lots of characters with their own stories past and present which all end up connecting to each other and solving a couple of crimes in the process. Just as clues are revealed and you think you've solved them new information comes to light causing you to reconsider. Kept me guessing to the end.
Enjoyable read and will be reading more from this author in the future.
The book was so well written and cleverly put together.
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This book was just amazing. The story is about a little boy that goes missing during a party. It's told from the perspective of the family themselves when it happens , and in present day from the boys sister and also in present day from a detective on leave from her work who stumbles across an old house one day and discovers the story of a missing boy. The way these characters all link together is absolutely genius. The characters are described so perfectly that you honestly grow to know and love them. The ending of the book is perfect, it is just a perfect book and I'm going to go and start another Kate Morton book straight away, I can see her becoming one of my favourite authors.
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well it might say on the cover that its a number 1 best seller, Its one of the most boring books I have ever read, I read a lot of history and quite complicated research books and I also like Conan Doyle, C S Forester, Alistair Maclean, Kate Morton in my opinion is over rated, she spends pages describing how the character feels, I understand its about a house and its history over a long period of time, sorry I think its rubbish.
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At first I was not grabbed by the story. I had been reading a very different book so at first did not fully get into the different stories of present day and Sadie and the past with the Edevane family especially Alice. Then suddenly as the story evolved I found it hard to put down. I will purchase a paperback book for my daughter-in-law because I know she will love the story. I did shed a few tears at the end but so liked the main characters that I did not want the book to end. Thank you Kate Morton I am a fan of your books.
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I didn't think this was as good as The House at Riverton or The Secret Keeper but better than the Forgotten Garden. Morton is at her best when allowing ideas to flow and this suffers from too much detailed plotting - an over-complex take on the detective fiction genre. Her historical sections feel more believable than her modern ones and interestingly her older characters are more believable too. Aspects of the plot are almost embarrassingly derivative of Atonement though she develops these in different ways. Mostly very readable with some really poignant moments and character insights but suffers from one too many plot connections.
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Very slow moving and over descriptive. Should have been edited down as a lot of irrelevant information to mystery of child's disappearance included. Ending is unbelievably bad and the coincidences included all the way through but especially in the ending are so far fetched as to be ridiculous. I have read other Kate Morton books which I did enjoy. 😄
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I loved this book from the very start. It was this months Oldham readers Group. Very haunting. Loved the conclusion what a twist.
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I have read all of Kate Mortons books and I loved it. The coincidences always seem to be a little over the top in her books, but somehow it doesn't seem to take away from the story. Great author.
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