5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This review is from: A Place of Secrets (Paperback)
This is the first Rachel Hore book I have ever read and I loved it. Thought it was such a great blend of old and new, love and heartache, family and friends. I am not much of a reader normally but my husband noticed that I was reading this book whenever I had a free moment. Because of this he bought me another one of her books, Memory Garden.
The story is based around a recurring dream that seems to be passed down from Aunt to niece, but is actually a memory from a child from the far distant past. As the story unfolds you realised quite where the story is taking you and what the characters & dream/memory means.
So lovely to read a story that takes you away from normal life and is a engrossing & gentle read that has no unwanted babies, abusive people or swearing that many authors seem to need in their stories.
I will work my way through Rachel's books and I am glad to see I've got quite a few to read.
Have recommended this book to my mum and sister who are waiting for me to take it round to their houses.