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A beautiful story full of tomorrow's promise and hope
on 3 December 2015
Its a 'complete' story in my eyes. It got me straight away from the start and didnt let go till I read the author's brief at the very end. Lancashire is now known to me via my children's University. I have sat on the banks of the Ribble and dreamed away some hours so the same river must be shining in the snow upstream. The visualization was just enough for me to insert my ideas of the setting. It was a somewhat sensory experience, almost. The ghosts or spirit were adorably portrayed by the author. And just enough plot twists to keep me turning the pages. A brilliant beautiful book, where, the romance was in the setting rather than the people who were believable down to earth characters. I fully understood the plight of the farmer due to the catastrophic and devastating effects of the foot and mouth outbreak. Well done to the author.