Lost Roses of Ganymede House

Lost Roses of Ganymede House When Sara Scott took the position at Ganymede House as a governess she thought she would bring cheer to the gloom But soon she grew as cautious as the other inhabitants What evil secrets did locked d

  • Title: Lost Roses of Ganymede House
  • Author: Constance Walker
  • ISBN: 9780821727126
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Sara Scott took the position at Ganymede House as a governess, she thought she would bring cheer to the gloom But soon she grew as cautious as the other inhabitants What evil secrets did locked doors and the scent of roses keep in the depths of Ganymede

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    1. First off I would like to say thinks to Constance Walker for asking me if I would like to read and review her book, and I'm so glad that I did, this is actually the second one of her books I've read and review and just like that one I have to say that I loved it. There's just something about her style of writing in this one and the other one that reminds me of the style of writing that you would find in classic literature,and not just any classic literature but just to name a few: Oliver Twist a [...]

    2. The chill of foreboding that the orphaned and impoverished Sarah Scott feels at her first sight of Ganymede House hit me too. It stayed with me throughout this riveting book as Sarah tries to protect her two adorable, vulnerable young pupils, and herself, from the growing evil that surrounds them. Is the intriguing scent of roses that emanates from the room of the children's beloved mother, who died under mysterious circumstances, meant to protect them--or to lure them into danger? It lured me, [...]

    3. Constance Walker's gothic romance is written in the traditional vein of gothic romances published in the 1970's and 1980's. Overall the work is engaging, and I found myself returning eagerly to find out what happened next. The descriptions of each scene were highly detailed, a feature I enjoyed in this and the previous work I read by Ms. Walker, The Shimmering Stones of Winter's Light.A quality I particularly enjoyed in the work were the sharp rises to suspense after long moments of brooding sus [...]

    4. An original Gothic romance. I very much enjoyed reading this novel and could not put it down for long! I am currently reading the next novel written by this same author and it appears to be in a similar vein. I love this genre and if you do too, you should read this book!

    5. Good bookI chose this rating because I really like the book. I like gothic books. It caught my interests right away.

    6. Just okayI would give 3 1\2stars if possible. There wasn't much of a romance, and the villain was so obvious almost from the beginning.

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