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The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton
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Mar 24, 10

Read from March 15 to 24, 2010 — I own a copy

It was one of those novels where you know in the beginning what happens in the end, but as you're making your way through the how's and the why's you want so badly for the story to somehow end differently.
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Kate Morton
“You make a life out of what you have, not what you're missing.”
Kate Morton, The Forgotten Garden

Kate Morton
“She'd opened the front cover and fallen inside the wonderful, frightening, magical illustrations. She'd wondered what it must feel like to escape the rigid boundaries of words and speak instead with such a fluid language.”
Kate Morton, The Forgotten Garden

Kate Morton
“Thinking of nothing. Trying to think of nothing. Thinking of everything.”
Kate Morton, The Forgotten Garden


Reading Progress

03/15/2010 page 45
8.15% "this book captures you right away. I wish I was at the beach with nothing else to do, but read."
03/17/2010 page 167
30.25% "The way Morton unveils the story from different time periods reminds me of The Time Travelers Wife."
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