Reviews

WOMAN & HOME...'A heart-tugging story of loss and recovery'


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CORNWALL LIFE's  review 'This is a perfect summer read.'


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Novelicious review of the The Cornish House...'This is a book about loss, misguided decisions, heartbreak and change, but it's also one about hope, long held secrets and friendships formed between the unlikeliest of people. I opened this book and by the first page I could tell it was the sort of book I always hope to find. I was instantly transported into Maddie’s new home, so beautifully depicted, and to her hopes and anguish at decisions she’s made that cannot be changed, but which continue to haunt her. 
This book made me laugh out loud and also cry a few times. I loved it and am going to keep it so that I can read it again at some point.
10/10'

You can read the whole review here.

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Bookersatz review of The Cornish House...'This is a great novel and I found that my desire to know what happened to Maddie and Hannah kept me turning the pages long after I should have gone to sleep each night.

It’s a touching story, sensitively told and ultimately leaves the reader with a feeling of having followed the characters through a life-changing time, and experienced with them all the highs and lows tied up with that. A brilliant read, and I can’t wait to read Liz’s next book.'

You can read the full review here.

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The View from Garret review of The Cornish House...'I willingly surrendered a couple of days to this story and it is a worthy addition to a great canon of Cornish story-telling that includes many of my favourite writers, with Daphne Du Maurier and Mary Stewart springing readily to mind. I can’t wait to see what Liz writes next!'

You can read the whole review here

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Helen, reading, writing and baking cakes' review of The Cornish House... 'This is the first book I’ve read in quite a while where I wished the characters were tangible and their lives were still unfolding, even after the final full stop.'

You can read Helen's whole review here.



2 comments:

Jeanette Stapleton said...

Just finished reading A Cornish House - loved it and felt I'd become Maggie. Couldn't put it down. Well done.

Liz Fenwick said...

Thank you so much Jeanette!
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