The Way to Sattin Shore
Kate Tranter is fatherless - or is she? The evidence of the tombstone she finds in the churchyard seems conclusive. And yet... The tombstone disappears and Kate is left with a mystery about which her family either knows nothing or will tell nothing. Her search for the truth leads her to Sattin Shore: and the way to Sattin Shore turns out to be a way into the past.
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My favourite book when I was growing up, such thoughtful writing without patronising young people reading it. Descriptive enough to paint beautiful sometimes moody scenes, but not overbearing that young people or even adults bore of the writing. It's actually very exciting as you get into it, and I felt my heart beat rather loudly at parts, brilliant book!
I actually highly recommend it to anyone interested, and will probably be thinking about it for a...more