Thursday, 17 May 2018

#CoverCrush: Bellewether by Susanna Kearsley

For new visitors do I want to explain that Cover Crush is something that my friend Erin over at Flashlight Commentary came up with and I adopted the idea together with some other friends. And, now we try to put up a Cover Crush every week. You can check below my pick of the week for their choices this week!

A magical new masterpiece from New York Times bestselling author Susanna Kearsley! A rich, haunting tale that will draw you in and never let you go 

"The house, when I first saw it, seemed intent on guarding what it knew; but we all learned, by the end of it, that secrets aren't such easy things to keep."

It's the summer of 1759, and the world is at war. Times are complicated, as are the loyalties of many in New York who have secretly been playing a treacherous game of cat-and-mouse with their British rulers. In this world of conflict and secrecy, a young captured French Canadian lieutenant is billeted with a Long Island family, only to find himself drawn more and more to the daughter of the house. He cannot speak her language, but he can see into her soul. Legend has it that their love ended tragically, but centuries later, a young historian discovers that the clues they left behind might slowly unveil the true story.
Thoughts:

I find this cover to be very magical. I love the tree that reflects in what I assume to be water and looking closer now do I see that there is a woman standing by the tree. This is the first time I've seen the woman. That is what I love with covers, that you can discover new things.  

Check out what my friends have picked for Cover Crush's this week:

Stephanie @ Layered Pages





1 comment:

  1. I love this cover! The book was pretty good too!

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