The Clockmaker’s Daughter

The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Birchwood Manor is a place of hope and safety. People that come here – leave it with a feeling of serenity. As the legend states, the chateau was built on land that was protected by good magic. And over the years, the house has acquired… a permanent tenant.

Over the years, people and families came and stayed, and the house with its permanent resident kept them safe, gave them the guidance they didn’t know they need. With the good intention and care that the manor has provided – came a few tragedies. Nevertheless, the chateau that is a blessing and a curse continue to thrive to this day while collecting stories and protecting its visitors.

I loved the stories and it’s connections, although a large number of timelines and characters took me forever to end the book. Actually, I stopped at some point and read another book that had one story plot.

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