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    Time travelling

    Kate Morton’s novels are always intriguing, stories interwoven over different times in the same location but this one is better than all the others. I was hooked from the first chapter. It’s suspenseful. It’s a love story. It’s evocative of times past, hard times, romantic times, enduring love, lost love. It weaves its story of the clockmaker’s daughter through a wonderful, diverse cast of characters over a hundred year timeframe. Brilliant
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    The watch makers daughter

    Didn't enjoy it st all . found it long and just wanted it finished.
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    Spellbinding

    I found this to be a captivating tale, beautifully told. The intertwining of the characters & the shifting between different tie periods throughout the book kept me hanging on for the big reveal at the end of the book.
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    A literary ghost story.

    This was wonderfully done. It weaves together an intricate pattern of stories, each beautiful and touching in their own right, but all linked by mysteries spanning more than 150 years. Complex but clearly told and very satisfying.
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    The Clockmaker's Daughter

    As I love Kate Morton's books, The Secret Keeper, being my favourite, I know her style. Again, the Clockmaker's Daughter was a wonderful read with layers of well researched times. However, the unpleasant way the main character died did leave me feeling quite sad and I also feft a little left "up in the air" concerning the fate of the other characters. Nevertheless, another intricately woven tale written by a consummate author.
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