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Great narrative voice. The story itself, however, was not nearly as engaging. Read it if you enjoy vibrant and humorous first person narratives.Published 4 months ago by mtcbr
Read it for book club and although I finished it, I didn't really enjoy it.Published 4 months ago by will
Set in the late 1800’s in Scotland, this semi gothic tale is told from the perspective of Bessy Buckley, a young woman looking to improve her fortunes. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michelle Boytim
...you'll adore this novel. Funny, sharp, and poignant, it has stayed with me for years. I've recommended it to many friends and it's a home run every time. Gorgeous book.Published 14 months ago by KidOnTheHill
This is a wonderfully entertaining take on the Gothic novel, set in mid-Victorian Scotland. The plot will not surprise readers of 19th century novels and their modern adaptations,... Read morePublished 16 months ago by gerardpeter
Did not like the protagonist at all, her slavish loyalty didn't make a lot of sense. Her employer seems insane and delusional, couldn't relate to her in any way which resulted in... Read morePublished 17 months ago by C. Filson
This is a quaint little story I has the reader wondering what is going to happen next. I really enjoyed itPublished on August 9, 2013 by nanajean
"The two grunts trotted by on their way towards Glasgow. Did they even turn their heads, did they buckie. Hurrah, says I to myself and good flipping riddance. Read morePublished on August 8, 2013 by Roger Brunyate
This book was recommended to me from a reader friend from Twitter, you are engrossed immediately and story unfolds quickly so every page is great! I was wide eyed all through!Published on May 4, 2013 by Sarah