Simon and Schuster

WeeRead: Book Review of Wildflower Hill by Kimberley Freeman

First appearances can be decieving. At least they were in the case of this book. At first glance I wasn't sure I would like it: the cover art, the notes on the back that made it sound like a bit of an epic tale with a moral backbone. I am not a huge fan of epic recreation of long lost family secrets - seems to me a storyline done and done again ... to death! But I was pleasantly surprised by this book. Okay, that's putting it a bit mildly. I was blown away...

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