Tuesday, October 12, 2010

It's Wednesday so soon?


It really seems like time is just going so fast lately. It's time to participate in Jill's meme at Breaking the Spine ~"Waiting on Wednesday" where we talk about the books that are to be released that we can't wait to read. I get some many good idea's to add to my wishlist when I visit the other bloggers.



From Publishers Weekly
Starred Review. A letter posted in 1941 finally reaches its destination in 1992 with powerful repercussions for Edie Burchill, a London book editor, in this enthralling romantic thriller from Australian author Morton (The Forgotten Garden). At crumbling Milderhurst Castle live elderly twins Persephone and Seraphina and their younger half-sister, Juniper, the three eccentric spinster daughters of the late Raymond Blythe, author of The True History of the Mud Man, a children's classic Edie adores. Juniper addressed the letter to Meredith, Edie's mother, then a young teen evacuated to Milderhurst during the Blitz. Edie, who's later invited to write an introduction to a reprint of Raymond's masterpiece, visits the seedily alluring castle in search of answers. Why was her mother so shattered by the contents of a letter sent 51 years earlier? And what happened to soldier Thomas Cavill, Juniper's long-missing fiancé and Meredith's former teacher? Despite the many competing narratives, the answers will stun readers. 5-city author tour. (Nov.) (c)
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4 comments:

Linda said...

This sounds good....I'll be looking for it, I hope the library will have it.
Fun Halloween ideas in your previous post...I have most all my decorations out...hugs, Linda

p.s. The cards you created sure are cute.

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

i've heard a lot about this one!

Anne Royce said...

Hi! Thanks for stopping by on my blog~ never heard of this book until now but synopsis sounds really interesting :3

thekams said...

Oh, sounds good! I love the idea of letters from the past :)
Thanks for stopping by my blog!