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Katherine Webb
Katherine Webb was born in 1977 and grew up in rural Hampshire, England. She studied History at Durham University, has spent time living in London and Venice, and now lives in Berkshire, England. Having worked as a waitress, au pair, personal assistant, potter, bookbinder, library assistant, and... show more

Katherine Webb was born in 1977 and grew up in rural Hampshire, England. She studied History at Durham University, has spent time living in London and Venice, and now lives in Berkshire, England. Having worked as a waitress, au pair, personal assistant, potter, bookbinder, library assistant, and formal housekeeper at a manor house, she now writes full time.
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It's a Mad Mad World
It's a Mad Mad World rated it 2 years ago
DNF at 50% of the book. I tried but the story and the characters didn't work for me. The book sounded interesting, but in the end, I felt that I just didn't care enough about the characters or their plight to continue with the book.
knittingnut
knittingnut rated it 4 years ago
Plenty of twists and turns,two stories criss-crossing. First book of this author I have read. Make note to try others.
Momwithabook
Momwithabook rated it 5 years ago
I originally heard about Katherine Webb when I was looking for authors similar to Kate Morton. I read and enjoyed her first novel, The Legacy, so reading this one was a no brainer for me. I was so thrilled to win a review copy from LibraryThing.I’m going to start things off a bit differently for ...
M.W. Gerard
M.W. Gerard rated it 5 years ago
A great read. See my full review here: http://mwgerard.com/review-a-half-forgotten-song-by-katherine-webb/
That's What She Read
That's What She Read rated it 5 years ago
Katherine Webb has made a name for herself with her charming, Gothic novels that have a very rustic, nostalgic feel to them. In A Half Forgotten Song, she tries to replicate this and ultimately ends up failing. The otherworldly, Gothic element is there but too easily and too quickly explained, and t...
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