Author: Kate Milford
Re-reading this book, I realized that I needed to update my previous review, but I wanted to keep the previous one as it was to show the different perspectives of different ages.
The book is one of my all-time favorites. Even reading it a second or third time (I don’t count), I struggled to put it down. There are some mildly creepy bits, but it doesn’t spoil the story. It is packed with emotion. There are one or two bits that you might have to read twice or more to understand what happened, but mostly it will pull you in so deep that you hardly notice you’re just reading. It will change some small bit of you and stay with you for a long time. I now think it might be better than the Greenglass House books.
I suggest you read these three books in a specific order so that the pieces fall into place in the most stunning way possible: Greenglass House, Ghosts of Greenglass House, The Left-Handed Fate, Greenglass House. There are other books by this author that tie into these three, but either I haven’t read them or they are not obviously part of the collection so they don’t need to be read together.