Review: The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton

The Clockmaker’s Daughter is another winner for Kate Morton. I’m in awe of her storytelling ability: she expertly weaves together past and present, while holding the book’s secret right until the end. Her latest novel contains all of the elements we’ve come to expect from her: different timelines; a grand, old house; and, of course, … Continue reading Review: The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton

Review: Everless by Sara Holland

As soon as I heard the premise of Everless, I knew I had to read it. Even with all the events surrounding Christmas, I still got home and read until the early hours because it was completely compelling. The novel is set in a world where time is literally money. Your time – an hour, … Continue reading Review: Everless by Sara Holland