The Red Garden
Publish date: January 25th 2011
Pages no: 270
Edition language: English
AudiobookNot exactly what I expected but in the end it was enjoyable. It's really more of a compilation of short stories of people in this one town from it's inception to current times. Slightly magical as most of this author's books but really nothing too overt. The title describes most of the magi...
I’ve let a little more time lapse between reading this and reviewing it than I would like, but I’m determined to review every book I read for the rest of the year, so I’m going to give it a go anyway. The Red Garden is a chronological collection of stories that centers on the inhabitants of a smal...
I love the set up of Alice Hoffman's book The Red Garden. It starts out with a story about the first settlers of a small town called Blackwell. I guess the majority of these newbies did not have survival instincts...except one lady ( that I LOVED).. It's always the one person that the majority de...
This is a book of interconnected stories, giving a snapshot of the lives of individual descendents of a Massachusetts town's founding families. They're told in chronological order, roughly one story per generation. The axis around which they all revolve is the house and (magical? mystical?) garden o...
Lovely as usual.
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