The Lake House by Kate Morton

October 20, 2015 Review 0

I get small chances to read while rushing around to meet deadlines and attending lessons, so it’s been slow going. All the same, I’m really enjoying this book. It jumps through time which is usually a pet peeve of mine, buy it works pretty well here. Reflections bring us to the past, and then we get more in present time. It’s a lovely cycle that works.
14453784059741739980011I have to confess that I’d been despairing of late at the quality of writing in a lot of novels. Language is dull and rushed, more to move the plot along than to indulge your senses in. This book is so full of sensory detail that I want to linger as I read. It’s refreshing.

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