!!> Read ➵ O Jardim dos Segredos ➹ Author Kate Morton – Diclofenac16.us

O Jardim dos Segredos Uma Crian A Perdida Em 1913 Uma Crian A Encontrada S , Num Barco Que Se Dirigia Austr Lia Uma Mulher Misteriosa Prometera Tomar Conta Dela, Mas Desapareceu Sem Deixar Rasto.Um Terr Vel Segredo No Seu 21 Anivers Rio, Nell Andrews Descobre Algo Que Mudar A Sua Vida Para Sempre D Cadas Depois, Embarca Em Busca Da Verdade, Numa Demanda Que A Conduz At Costa Da Cornualha E Bela E Misteriosa Mans O Blackhurst.Uma Heran A Misteriosa Aquando Do Falecimento De Nell, A Neta, Cassandra, Depara Se Com Uma Heran A Surpreendente A Casa Da Fal Sia E O Seu Jardim Abandonado S O Famosos Nas Redondezas Pelos Segredos Que Ocultam Segredos Sobre A Fam Lia Mountrachet E A Sua Governanta, Eliza Makepeace, Uma Escritora De Obscuros Contos De Fadas Aqui Que Cassandra Ir Por Fim Desvelar A Verdade Sobre A Fam Lia E Resolver O Mist Rio De Uma Pequena Crian A Perdida.

!!> Read ➵ O Jardim dos Segredos  ➹ Author Kate Morton – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 548 pages
  • O Jardim dos Segredos
  • Kate Morton
  • Portuguese
  • 06 August 2018
  • 9720041722

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  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Kat looks at The Forgotten Garden Kat looks at the beckoning stack of other books to read Kat looks back at the first 33 pages of The Forgotten Garden Kat groans So basically there s this woman Let s call her Stupidhead because I couldn t care enough to remember her name She finds out on her 21st birthday party that her loving, adoring family is not her biological family They found her as a very small child and cared enough to take her in and give her a wonderful home full of people who l Kat looks at The Forgotten Garden Kat looks at the beckoning stack of other books to read Kat looks back at the first 33 pages of The Forgotten Garden Kat groans So basically there s this woman Let s call her Stupidhead because I couldn t care enough to remember her name She finds out on her 21st birthday party that her loving, adoring family is not her biological family They found her as a very small child and cared enough to take her in and give her a wonderful home full of people who loved and adored her.So she breaks up with her perfect fiancee, marries an asshole, has a child, is a terrible mother, distances herself from everyone who ever loved her, screws up her child s life so that her child screws up HER daughters lifeThen I didn t read on I didn t ...


  2. says:

    5 stars to Kate Morton s The Forgotten Garden The plot is mesmerizing and the story telling of the grandmother and the granddaughter is unparalleled Morton jumps from time period to time period, country to country, character to character in a flawless manner The imagery is astounding The relationships are well planned Morton keeps you guessing as to how it s all connected with the garden up front and center the whole way through the ride Thoroughly enjoyed the journey this book takes you o 5 stars to Kate Morton s The Forgotten Garden The plot is mesmerizing and the story telling of the grandmother and the granddaughter is unparalleled Morton jumps from time period to time period, country to country, character to character in a flawless manner The imagery is astounding The relationships are well planned Morton keeps you guessing as to how it s all connected with the garden up front and center the whole way through the ride Tho...


  3. says:

    Aussie author Kate Morton deftly managed to push nearly every one of my reading buttons with her lovely book, The Forgotten Garden 1 Not so young woman with a haunted past check2 Not so fairy Grandmother who bequeaths said woman an old house with a mysterious history check3 Said old, mysterious house is actually a cottage on the wild Cornish coast, complete with a hidden garden, a handsome neighbor, and the faintest suggestion of the supernatural check4 Said woman embarks on a quest to Aussie author Kate Morton deftly managed to push nearly every one of my reading buttons with her lovely book, The Forgotten Garden 1 Not so young woman with a haunted past check2 Not so fairy Grandmother who bequeaths said woman an old house with a mysterious history check3 Said old, mysterious house is actually a cottage on the w...


  4. says:

    God Bless A Milk Cow Once again, most of my friends on GR loved this book to death I m going to quit picking books my friends love to death I have had this book for a year orI got it from the used bookstore for 1.00 I love the cover, I loved the summary and I thought I would love the book Now, don t get me wrong I liked the book, it just didn t take me there, wherever it took everyone else Actually, there are 2 or 3 friends that almost everything they love, I will only like or not God Bless A Milk Cow Once again, most of my friends on GR loved this book t...


  5. says:

    While this is ostensibly a novel of secrets spanning four generations, most of the secrets are fairly obvious I kept waiting for the blow to fall murder incest buried treasure Alas, no The narration shifts among different but related storylines, all of which, to be fair, I found intriguing in 1913 a child who can t remember her name turns up on an Australian dock carrying a book of fairy tales in 2005 her granddaughter tries to uncover the mysteries of a hidden garden in Cornwall in While this is ostensibly a novel of secrets spanning four generations, most of the secrets are fairly obvious I kept waiting for the blow to fall murder incest buried treasure Alas, no The narration shifts among different but related storylines, all of which, to be fair, I found intriguing in 1913 a child who can t remember her name turns up on an Australian dock carrying a book of fairy tales in 2005 her granddaughter tries to uncover the mysteries of a hidden garden in Cornwall in Victorian England a wealthy young woman flees her familyonly to have her orphaned daughter found and taken back to them In each case I wanted to find out the whole story, but I figured they d tie together withpunch Where were the dark secrets within a secret Where were the gasp aloud revelations I know we re not always going to get Darth Vader breathing, I am your father but a few big shockers would have been nice Maybe if the novel were presented a bit differ...


  6. says:

    Sometimes when people keep recommending a book, you should listen and read that book The Forgotten Garden is such a book You finally read it and end up wondering why in the world you waited so long Kate Morton provides the intricate layering of different times and places in a masterful manner, gifting the reader with a story that captures the imagination and heart completely Nell, as the lost child, is the pivotal character around which all mysteries and actions revolve A tale that begins i Sometimes when people keep recommending a book, you should listen and read that book The Forgotten Garden is such a book You finally read it and end up wonderin...


  7. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book It is an easy read, and yet gave me room to pause as I stopped to think I like books that let me do that without pounding me into a pulp on the way I suspect the book might appealto women then men and it would be a good choice of several of the reading circles I know My only regret that Eliza s book of fairy tales isn t a real book.Things I like knowing before I buy a book No profanity that I noticed Respectful story specific reference to sex Emotiona I thoroughly enjoyed this book It is an easy read, and yet gave me room to pause as I stopped to think I like books that let me do that without pounding me into a pulp on the way I suspect the book might appealto women then men and it would be a good choice of several of the r...


  8. says:

    If you are looking for a good story to escape into for a while, look no further The Forgotten Garden weaves a tangled tale of family secrets, kept hidden for generations Kate Morton does an excellent job of...


  9. says:

    I became quite enchanted with this tale and really loved the interwoven bewitching dark fairy tales that addeddimensions to this novel It was a mystery that had me second guessing myself several times Every time I had it all figured out a new chink was added to the chain of clues I think the style of writing was superbly done, not often can I say that I loved the way each chapter transported me to another time and a different POV spanning the generation of women in the family I did fi I became quite enchanted with this tale and really loved the interwoven bewitching dark fairy tales that addeddimensions to this novel It was a mystery that had me second guessing myself several times Every time I had it all figured out a new chink was added to the chain of clues I think the style of writing was superbly done...


  10. says:

    Added Later My summary of this book would have to be this it is an oddly plotted book about very stupid people written in lovely language.But oh, the idiot characters Honestly Why would Nell be such a twitty jerk to her fiance and adoptive family Why on earth would Eliza act as she did Sorry don t buy it Figured out what happened the mystery of the little girl on the boat earlier on and scanned much of the rest Didn t find the characters behavior believable Added Later My summary of this book would have to be this it is an oddly plotted book about very stupid people written in lovely language.But oh, the idiot characters Honestly Why would Nell be such a twitty jerk to her fiance and adoptive family Why on earth would Eliza act as she did Sorry don t buy it Figured out what happened the mystery of the little girl on the boat earlier on and scanned much of the rest Didn t find the characters behavior believable Why would supposedly strong women that s how the characters were drawn do absurd things that were not in character Nice idea with movement through generations, butDidn t believe Nell would behave as she did toward adoptive family and supposedly beloved fiance when told truth about how she came into family Doesn t click at all Didn t believe Eliza would do what she did with the contingencies laid upon her and even if she had, what s the point in staying, ...

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