Download The House at Riverton PDF Book by Kate Morton. Soft Copy of Book The House at Riverton author Kate Morton completely free.
Reviews of : The House at Riverton by Kate Morton PDF Book
1st Review – I was so excited to see that (for the most part) Kate Morton reigned in the tendency to tie up each and every loose end into a big ball of overly-happy ending. It’s one of my biggest reading pet peeves when an ending is so perfect and happy that it’s a little annoying or extremely unbelievable. I loved loved loved her latest novel, “The Lake House” beyond words, but she ruined an otherwise perfect book in the last 15 pages with an awful sickly sweet ending “twist” that didn’t fit with what the book had been up to that point. “The House at Riverton” was her first novel, and she definitely had a near-perfect book with the right ending here – gloomy, gothic, a bit abrupt, atmospheric, with a twist that belongs. Wonderful. So, Kate Morton hi! Hello! Love your books! Please don’t ruin your endings anymore! Let them be organic! Thanks. I still have “The Forgotten Garden”, “The Secret Keeper”, and “The Distant Hours” on my Kate Morton to-read list, and after “The House at Riverton”, now I’m even more excited to dive into them headfirst.
2nd Review about The House at Riverton PDF Book by Kate Morton – I loved this book insane amounts. It’s everything I wished that Julian Fellowes’ “Belgravia” had been able to be (although I did like “Belgravia”). It also gave me my Downton Abbey-time period fix without being overly soap-opera or unrealistic. The character of Hannah is one I adored and will think about for some time to come, as I will many of the characters. As I was reading, I found it extremely easy to assign actors to the roles in my mind, which I do enjoy doing – I obviously know the time periods are totally off here, but I definitely saw Hannah as a Keira-Knightley-as-Elizabeth-Bennet, and Emmeline as a Carey-Mulligan-as-Daisy-Buchanan. I have a weird thing sometimes where I find the main protagonists boring (hi Harry Potter), but I also enjoyed Grace the maid as our narrator. I wasn’t a big fan of the scenes at the elderly rest home, but those were so few in the big picture that it hardly mattered.
The House at Riverton by Kate Morton PDF : eBook Information
- Full Book Name – The House at Riverton
- Author of this Book – Kate Morton
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Fiction, Novel, Love, Romance, Historical, Mystery
- Download Format – PDF
- Size – 1.3 MB
- eBook Pages –394
- Price – Free