Bradstreet Gate: A Novel
A tour de force coming-of-age debut that traces the effect of a murder on three Harvard undergrads and their adult lives.Within the gothic halls and tailored yards of Harvard, student life teems with excitement as graduation looms near. Dreaming of the possibilities their newfound freedom will... show more
A tour de force coming-of-age debut that traces the effect of a murder on three Harvard undergrads and their adult lives.Within the gothic halls and tailored yards of Harvard, student life teems with excitement as graduation looms near. Dreaming of the possibilities their newfound freedom will offer, they never fathom that one of their privileged own would be left behind f
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Georgia, Alice and Charlie are the main characters who meet as Harvard freshman. Then there is Rufus Storrow who is an attorney but serves as a housemaster and a visiting professor. Before graduation a fellow student and friend Julie Patel is murdered, and Storrow is assumed to be guilty due to him ...
Bradstreet Gate by Robin Kirman was a nice change of character writing from the other books I have read recently. Each character allowed us to go back into past and navigate through their current situations without giving too much away or having a nice bow tied at the end. I know a lot of readers do...
4 stars #BradstreetGate @crownpublishing Robin Kirman I liked this book. It was strange in many ways. The three characters that seemed to come together during their years at Harvard were not three characters that I would think would naturally meld together. Actually, they are not three characters...
First of all Bradstreet Gate WILL suffer because of the insistence on the connection to The Secret History - I would strongly advise putting that comparison out of your mind before going into this one because for me, it just doesn't hold water. Its that thing that because this novel deals with a gro...
I'm not sure what it is that attracts me to books about murders committed at prestigious schools. I guess it's the concept that evil can be found even among the intelligence, structure and discipline found at these schools. This one particularly appealed to me as the one who was most suspected of ha...