!!> BOOKS ✺ The Winter Sea ✰ Author Susanna Kearsley – Soaringeaglecasino.us

The Winter Sea In The Spring Of 1708, An Invading Jacobite Fleet Of French And Scottish Soldiers Nearly Succeeded In Landing The Exiled James Stewart In Scotland To Reclaim His Crown.Now, Carrie McClelland Hopes To Turn That Story Into Her Next Bestselling Novel Settling Herself In The Shadow Of Slains Castle, She Creates A Heroine Named For One Of Her Own Ancestors And Starts To Write.But When She Discovers Her Novel Is Fact Than Fiction, Carrie Wonders If She Might Be Dealing With Ancestral Memory, Making Her The Only Living Person Who Knows The Truth The Ultimate Betrayal That Happened All Those Years Ago, And That Knowledge Comes Very Close To Destroying Her.

!!> BOOKS ✺ The Winter Sea  ✰ Author Susanna Kearsley – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Paperback
  • 536 pages
  • The Winter Sea
  • Susanna Kearsley
  • English
  • 08 October 2017
  • 1402241372

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  1. says:

    The five stars I ve given this book reflects the high I m still coming down from after having finished it I think I might be in love with Susanna Kearsley I read The Rose Garden earlier this year, and being a huge fan of time travel, devoured that shit like it was going out of style Granted, it took me a little while to get into it because I found the pacing in the beginning to be kind of slow, but after getting over that bump in the road, there was no turning back.The Winter Sea was a whole The five stars I ve given this book reflects the high I m still coming down from after having finished it I think I might be in love with Susanna Kearsley I read The Rose Garden earlier this year, and being a huge fan of time travel, devoured that shit like it was going out of style Granted, it took me a little while to get into it because I found the pacing in the beginning to be kind of slow, but after getting over that bump in the road, there was no turning back.The Winter Sea was a whole different beast for me This one grabbed onto my imagination much sooner and I found I really couldn t put it down I read until I could no longer keep my eyes open, allowed myself four and a half hours of sleep, then woke and picked it right back up to finish it I then experienced somethin...


  2. says:

    i have what can only be described as a love hate relationship with this book i found so much of it to feel incredibly stupid and yet i couldn t put it down explain that one to me warning here there be spoilers 10 Things I Hate About You 1 the employment of a frame story i m pretty sure the conversation with her editor went something like this sk it s going to be two books in one one story will be set in modern day and the other will be her historical novel editor oh, you mean, like i have what can only be described as a love hate relationship with this b...


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    Update 5 17 12 Rosalyn Landor has been nominated for the Audie Awards 2012 Solo Narration Female category for her narration of The Winter Sea Slains Castle as it was in all its glory Slains Castle now This is a review of the audiobook I love to listen to the talented Rosalyn Landor read a book Her elegant narration is perfect for this lyrical, atmospheric book Ms Landor does the accents nicely, especially the Scottish She does a great job of the male and female voices in th Update 5 17 12 Rosalyn Landor has been nominated for the Audie Awards 2012 Solo Narration Female category for her narration of The Winter Sea Slains Castle as it was in all its glory Slains Castle now This is a review of the audiobook I love to listen to the talented Rosalyn Landor read a book Her elegant narration is perfect for this lyrical, atmospheric book Ms Landor does the accents nicely, especially the Scottish She does a great job of the male and female voices in this sweeping, emotional novel, switching between the sexes seamlessly Ms Landor can be anyone, from an innocent young woman who feels like a fish out of water, to a worldlier writer piecing together a historical account of memories of the Scottish Slains Castle and its inhabitants that haunt her So, it was easy for one of my GoodReads groups to talk me into doing a buddy read of this one This author can write No doubt about it, it is superb, along with being well researched on the Jacobite uprising of 1708 However, I was expecting a r...


  4. says:

    8 15 11 Addendum to original review I did not rate this book after reading it because I was so upset about the ending, but in retrospect I have to allow that it was one of the best books and perhaps THE BEST I have read this year While I am VERY stingy about 5 star ratings and this is NOT the HEA I would have chosen, I confess that the author s meticulous research, beautiful prose, and riveting parallel storyline has won me over in the end I ve decided to give it the 5 stars after...


  5. says:

    Reader beware This author does not compare to Mary Stewart, Daphne Dumaurier or Diana Gabaldon I really wish I could have given this book a 2.5 It was better than okay, but not much I really disliked the plot device of cutting back and forth from the 18th to the 21st century When the 18th century story started to get interesting, the story would revert to the 21st century The contemporary part of the story was dull and I didn t care about the characters The use of genetic memory as a pl Reader beware This author does not compare to Mary Stewart, Daphne Dumaur...


  6. says:

    Re read 2 22 13Just as excellent the second time around.Now to dive into The Firebird DOriginal ReviewFrom the onset of Susanna Kearsley s, The Winter Sea, fate clearly plays a large part in the destiny of writer Carrie McClelland, as well as the novel she is researching on the unsuccessful Jacobite uprising of 1708 A detour to Slains Castle on the rugged west coast of Scotland solidifies Carrie s desire to move her base of operations there After meeting with her agent and good friend, Jane, Re read 2 22 13Just as excellent the second time around.Now to dive into The Firebird DOriginal ReviewFrom the onset of Susanna Kearsley s, The Winter Sea, fate clearly plays a large part in the destiny of writer Carrie McClelland, as well as the novel she is researching on the unsuccessful Jacobite uprising of 1708 A detour to Slains Castle on the rugged west coast of Scotland solidifies Carrie s desire to move her base of operations there After meeting with her agent and good friend, Jane, Carrie finds and ...


  7. says:

    Historical fiction is not usually my genre I picked up this book because I thought it would also contain a paranormal element Well, it does not or very slightly so , but I loved it nonetheless Whoever compared it to Diana Gabaldon s Outlander in their reviews is seriously misleading readers, because this book has basically very little to do with it and it does not deal with time travel at all.The narrative technique was very good The story is told by a writer, Carrie McClelland, who trave Historical fiction is not usually my genre I picked up this book because I thought it would also contain a paranormal element Well, it does not or very slightly so , but I loved it nonetheless Whoever compared it to Diana Gabaldon s Outlander in their reviews is seriously misleading readers, because this book has basically very little to do with it and it does not deal with time travel at all.The narrative technique was very good The story is told by a writer, Carrie McClelland, who travels to Cruden Bay, Scotland, to do some research for her upcoming nove...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I went along with it thinking it wasn t TOO terrible But the ending was just bad I can t understand relate to a husband and wife who would just abandon their baby to another family like that Sure, sure, it was all the family she d ever known , but she s TWO She never should have been given...


  9. says:

    This is such a beautiful book I ve never seen dual storylines intertwined with such facility and elegance Usually, when the author take this approach, one will beappealing than the other, but both stories were fascinating The historical deta...


  10. says:

    4.5 stars This is a classic case of the right book finding the right time I know I ve picked this book up several times with the intent to read it and it just didn t look all that compelling Nothing really grabbed me about it beyond the cover, I didn t really know much about that historical period, and I m not really a person who reads romance novels regularly I d read a kind of heavy, dark book though and needed something light A friend recommended something s...

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