One of the books that’s stayed with me…even years later

The Forgotten GardenThe Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was recommended to me by my mum who kept going on about how it was the best book she had ever read so I decided I’d give it a go after reading through the first chapter of The House At Riverton in a book shop and deciding I liked the authors style of writing.

I absolutely loved the way that the book interweaved the different characters throughout the novel and didn’t find it too difficult to get to grips with different chapters being set in different time frames, if anything I found the variety nice and it kept the book moving along building the story beautifully to it’s conclusion.

Throughout this book I kept trying to second guess what the authors intended plot was going to be, she continually surprised me and moved the goalposts and I thoroughly enjoyed the way she weaved all the characters together.

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