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Title : It caught the Garden of fate (Kadokawa Bunko) (2003) ISBN: 404292901X [Japanese Import]
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ISBN : 404292901X
Format Type : Hardback
Language : Japanese
Publisher : Kadokawa Shoten
Number of Pages : 581 Pages
File Size : 580 KB
Status : Available For Download
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It caught the Garden of fate (Kadokawa Bunko) (2003) ISBN: 404292901X [Japanese Import] Reviews

  • Amazon Customer
    2018-11-11 14:14

    Paula Cohen's first novel is fluid and luxurious. I recommend you pair it with an equally good wine or brandy of similar character, and settle-in for a wholly pleasurable evening!

  • Mary K
    2018-11-19 12:15

    Enjoyed the wide variety of characters and their motives.

  • Deeperdarker
    2018-11-09 08:13

    One of those books you wish you could forget, so that you could read it again... so well written... the characters are so real, the timeframe so vibrant and real... even though it is far afield from my usual reads, this book had me hooked from page one... I will go to sleep tonight thinking of Clara...

  • Glory
    2018-10-30 10:07

    Gramercy Park is without a doubt one of the best books I have read lately. I was captivated by the story and the many twists and turns and surprises throughout. The evil Mr. Fauvell and Mr. Chadwick perpetrated their dastardly webs of deceit on the innocent. I loved the "happily ever after" ending. I highly recommend this book.

  • artlover119
    2018-11-08 06:15

    The plot was great and author's storytelling ability was intriguing. I found typo errors which kind of disturbed me.

  • Julie
    2018-11-19 11:14

    I was a good read, nothing too exciting, but enjoyable.

  • karina costantino
    2018-11-14 07:51

    Garmercy Park was a real page turner. There were twists and turns everywhere and it was hard to put the book down once you started reading.

  • None
    2018-10-25 13:08

    This is a fast-paced page turner, full of cliff-hanging chapter endings, written as if the author were really in 1894. The characters, both sympathetic and nasty, are flesh and blood people who do things for comprehensible reasons, and the dialogue is excellent. A compelling, exciting book; find a cozy chair, pour yourself a cup of tea or hot chocolate, and settle down for a terrific time!