The Forgotten Garden

Version: Unabridged
Author: Kate Morton
Narrator: Caroline Lee
Genres: Fiction & Literature
Publisher: Bolinda Publishing
Published In: December 2012
# of Units: 16 CDs
Length: 16 hours, 39 minutes
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Overview

Thirty-eight year old Cassandra is lost, alone and grieving. Her much loved grandmother, Nell, has just died and Cassandra, her life already shaken by a tragic accident ten years ago, feels like she has lost everything known and dear to her. But an unexpected and mysterious bequest from Nell turns Cassandra's life upside down and ends up challenging everything she thought she knew about herself and her family. Inheriting a book of dark and intriguing fairytales written by Eliza Makepeace Rutherford - the Victorian authoress who disappeared mysteriously in the early twentieth century - as well as a cliff-top cottage on the other side of the world, Cassandra takes her courage in both hands to follow in the footsteps of Nell, on a quest to find out the truth about their history, their family and their past; little knowing that in the process, she will also discover a new life for herself. Reviews for The House at Riverton (also known as The Shifting Fog): A stunning must-read story that's set for stardom? ? Woman's Day magazine This debut page-turner... recounts the crumbling of a prominent British family as seen through the eyes of one of its servants... Morton triumphs with a riveting plot, a touching but tense love story and a haunting ending.

Reviews (2)

Great Book

Written by Anonymous on December 10th, 2013

  • Book Rating: 5/5

I loved this book. I did not want it to end. Kate Morton is a great writer.

forgotten garden

Written by aepied on January 27th, 2012

  • Book Rating: 5/5

great story. plot figured out about 3/4 through but still a lovely read. twists at the end were fun; buried original fairy tales and historically accurate background added greatly to enjoyment

Author Details

Author Details

Morton, Kate

Kate Morton, a native Australian, holds degrees in dramatic art and English literature and is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Queensland. She lives with her family in Brisbane, Australia, and is writing her third novel.