Saturday, March 23, 2019

"Once Upon a River" by Diane Setterfield

In Once Upon a River by Dian Setterfield, a man walks into a bar carrying something.  He falls and the patrons of the bar think that he is dead.  A nurse is called and the man is still alive.  What he was carrying turned out to e a little girl who is thought to be dead.  The girl is alive but is mute.  Three families claim the little girl.  Does she belong to one of them or the man who carried her into the bar? 

Good luck trying to figure out this book!  The characters are well developed and think this was well worth reading even though it is over 600 pages in the large print version.
(Gerard's review, 5 stars)

Teaser from page 46:  This is wrong!  All wrong!  It should not be so!  And that is when it happened.

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