Review: The Lake House by Kate Morton

I thought The Lake House would be a little historical fiction with maybe a romance and a mystery thrown in. But the whole is so much more than the sum of its parts. This novel is virtually perfect technically, in its voice, in the way of character and plot development, and most importantly EMOTIONALLY. Though I dislike flashbacks/ decades alternating in the chapters, it was the perfect manner in which to present this tangled web of intrigue, drama, war and peace, family, and love.



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