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READ & DOWNLOAD The Lake House 107 ✓ O melhor romance da autora reconhecida mundialmente pelo público e a críticaNuma majestosa casa de campo inglesa um miúdo desaparece sem deixar rasto Setenta anos depois Sadie Sparrow de visita a casa de seu avô encontra uma mansão abandonada Espreita através de uma janela e sente ue alguma coisa terrível acontEsa um miúdo desaparece sem deixar rasto Setenta anos depois Sadie Sparrow de visita a casa de seu avô encont. Either I'm now so old bitter and cynical that I can no longer enjoy harmless fluff or this wasn't anywhere near as good as Kate Morton's others Two things are inevitable when authors recycle the same formula a you'll compare every detail of each new book to its predecessors and b there will come a point when said formula starts to feel tired and past its best The Lake House just doesn't have the same magically indulgent appeal as the author's previous books though the ingredients are there a beautiful tumbledown house in the country a family secret hidden for decades a character receiving a fateful letter and a narrative that's split between 'past' 1911 and the early 1930s and 'present' 2003 There's nothing strictly wrong with the story I just found it dragging at points which seemed at odds with how compelling previous Morton books have been But it's as cleverly plotted as ever with cliffhangers galore and I admit I wouldn't have wanted to give up without knowing how it all ended

The Lake HouseEsa um miúdo desaparece sem deixar rasto Setenta anos depois Sadie Sparrow de visita a casa de seu avô encont. Either I'm now so old bitter and cynical that I can no longer enjoy harmless fluff or this wasn't anywhere near as good as Kate Morton's others Two things are inevitable when authors recycle the same formula a you'll compare every detail of each new book to its predecessors and b there will come a point when said formula starts to feel tired and past its best The Lake House just doesn't have the same magically indulgent appeal as the author's previous books though the ingredients are there a beautiful tumbledown house in the country a family secret hidden for decades a character receiving a fateful letter and a narrative that's split between 'past' 1911 and the early 1930s and 'present' 2003 There's nothing strictly wrong with the story I just found it dragging at points which seemed at odds with how compelling previous Morton books have been But it's as cleverly plotted as ever with cliffhangers galore and I admit I wouldn't have wanted to give up without knowing how it all ended

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The Lake House ↠ O melhor romance da autora reconhecida mundialmente pelo público e a críticaNuma majestosa casa de campo ingl. I loved this book to start with and I hated this book by the end and therefore I found this such a difficult Novel to rate and review Firstly the setting for the Lake house is amazing and Kate Morton has a wonderful sense of time and place in her novels Set in two time frames 1930s Cornwall and 2003 London the plot slowly unfolds and the author introduces two mysteries that need solving I was totally drawn in by the descriptive and vivid writing and the wonderful images that that the author created The characters in this novel are very well developed and likable I loved the 1930s setting the period house set in an enchanted forest a dysfunctional family with secrets and a mysteries going back 70 yearsI was so taken with this novel that I bought the audio as well as the Kindle edition as well and I have to admit I even took this one to work as I just could not pull myself away The Narrator was excellent on the audio version although the story did drag a little in placesSo what was there to hate about this novel it was too descriptive and way too drawn out But the biggest disappointment of all was the contrived and fairytale ending It was so bad I wanted to fling my kindle across the room It felt like the author got bored and just wanted out There was also a few incidents in the story where you would have to seriously suspend belief I always urge people to judge a book for yourself because we all differ on how we react to a story and I am in the minority on this oneI did find this an atmospheric read but not as good as her first couple of novels CHARACTERS Ð eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Kate Morton

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Kate Morton ↠ 7 READ & DOWNLOAD Ra uma mansão abandonada Espreita através de uma janela e sente ue alguma coisa terrível aconteceu nessa cas. Welcome to LoeannethYou are in a lush and abundant English garden in Cornwall on a secluded lakeside estateYou know the kind; the ones that seem naturally resplendent with rhododendron foxglove bluebells boxwood ivy and creeping phlox So beautiful and fragrant it overwhelms your sense of sight and sound and smell Perhaps tea will be served by the gateway just over that knoll where you can follow the pathway down to the lake Decades ago in 1933 back at the house on a midsummer night’s eve 11 month old Theo Edevane vanishes from the nursery where his Nanny Bruen lay sleeping just feet from his cribThe local constabulary pour over the estate butTheo is never found and his disappearance never explained Fast forward to London in 2003 where Alice Edevane Theo’s sister now an acclaimed mystery writer remembers that long ago nightstill harbouring suspicions of her own Suspicions in which she herself feels culpableWe will meet her twice Sadie Sparrow a London detective is on a month’s forced vacation visiting her grandfathers Cornwall home when she unintentionally stumbles upon the now long abandoned Loeanneth and all its attendant history She is intrigued by the unsolved mysteryBut back in the real world of Sadie’s livelihood an unsolved child abduction case looms large upon her mind She is certain things are not as they seemThat something far sinister is afootShe is alone in her certaintyAnd eager desperate even to reclaim her postOne case that she cannot rid from her mind and another that she is not allowed to pursueAs promised we meet Alice again in 1932 as a bright innocent and precocious 16 year old with a penchant for writing mystery storiesmonths before that fateful mid summers eveA time when Ben was still at Loeannetha time of dreams and misplaced certaintiesKate Morton serves up an atmospheric tale of family secrets and intertwining destinies revolving around three mysteries Told from the perspective of our vacationing detective and the Edevane family members that were present on the night that Theo vanished; their stories and memories weaving back and forth in timeWhat really happened to Theo With myriad twists and turns Morton ties up all the loose ends and brings this tale to a satisfying if somewhat too tidy conclusion that leaves me wondering if we wont be hearing from Sadie Sparrow I for one would love to visit Loeanneth again