|# of Units:||7 CDs|
|Length:||8 hours, 35 minutes|
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I loved this story. It develops and then spirals, and I found myself enjoying wondering what the next discovery would be on all levels. The narrators were excellent.
Wonderfully intriguing! I loved it!
The Keeper of Lost Things is as well written as it is predictable. It boggles my mind that the author would ruin such a remarkably original premise with such a bland ending. The puzzle pieces fit together in such an obvious and lazy way. Ugh. Waste of a credit.
Ruth Hogan describes herself as a "rapacious reader, writer, and incorrigible magpie" whose own love of small treasures and curiosities and the people around her inspired her first novel. She lives north of London.