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Devastated by the death of her beloved grandfather Eleanor Rose longs for a tranuil haven in which to nu. 325 ⭐This started kind of strange and different than I had anticipated but the atmosphere uickly grabbed me and pulled me in The story is haunting and Sarah Bryant writes very poetric and lyrical but the end and revelations towards the end left me dissapointed I think this could be so much but instead of the supernatural feeling it generated it all fizzled down to nothing I also read the words 'trepidation' 'cries out' and 'torpor' than one time too manyIt did however interest me in her other books so I am sure I will read of her in the future

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The Other EdenRse her grief and concentrate on her music However the shocking discovery of a forgotten painting and he. I feel as though I needed to really like this story It had everything set up for me a beautiful old house possibly some ghosts some creepy dreams and musical prodigiesI couldn't I felt like this really wanted to be a nice shivery ghosty story but it just didn't make it thereAlso I need to take full blame for this review and not the author's fault It's me not you kind of thing I made the mistake of trying to read this while also keeping up with another book by a different author that was eerily similar I need to remember to balance NF and F only and not try to do two fiction books because then this happens The OTHER book won out It too had a creepy cool old house and secrets and ghosts and whatnot and so this was all just bad timing

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review The Other Eden × eBook or Kindle ePUB ¼ Devastated by the death of her beloved grandfather Eleanor Rose longs for a tranuil haven in which to nurse her grief and concentrate on her music However the shocking discovery of a forgotten painting and her growing love for an enigmatic Russian musician draw her into a labyrinth of past R growing love for an enigmatic Russian musician draw her into a labyrinth of past and present deception. This is best described as a Gothic romancehorror story interleaved with the American South setting in Louisiana and piano music it is an unusual mixture which produces uite a page turner I admit to finding the two sisters Eve and Elizabeth confusing at times but that did not interfere with my enjoyment of the story By the end of the book I was still unsure which sister was which The description of the two houses Eden and the house on the hill are luscious My one uibble is that I found the characters oddly difficult to place in time The prologue about the two sisters is dated 1905 which means the following story about Eleanor is set in the 1920s but it seems 19th century to me Maybe that’s down to the old fashioned Louisiana setting I don’t think the cover of my edition helped that confusion the style is oddly similar to Philippa Gregory But don’t let my doubts put you off reading what is a rollicking Gothic mystery complete with faintings dreams symbolism mysterious foreign men and beautiful piano music