Sunday, July 12, 2009

China Garden

China Garden by Liz Berry

When I was in my teens, I began reading Gothic novels. Actually, it was more like devour Gothic novels. Shortly after reading the first couple of chapters, I knew I had found a new one. More modern than the poor girl finding a job at a haunted mansion and falling in love with the tall, dark, handsome heir to the castle, this book had all the elements of a good Gothic. Secrets, mysteries, mazes, the heir that she can't stand at first but is nevertheless irresistibly drawn to - great book. I enjoyed every page.

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