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Once Upon a River is a glorious tapestry of a book that combines folklore and science, magic and myth. Suspenseful, romantic, and richly atmospheric, the beginning of this novel will sweep you away on a powerful current of storytelling, transporting you through worlds both real and imagined, to the triumphant conclusion whose depths will continue to give up their treasures long after the last ...
Diane Setterfield's bestselling novel, The Thirteenth Tale was published in 38 countries, sold more than three million copies, and was made into a television drama scripted by Christopher Hampton, starring Olivia Colmanand Vanessa Redgrave. Her second novel was Bellman & Black, and her new novel is Once Upon a River.
"Diane Setterfield has created a true reading experience. Once Upon a River is the story of three missing girls and three desperate families all set against the Thames and woven together with magic, mystery, and mayhem. It is beautiful and heartbreaking and altogether wondrous.
Jane lives on the Cornish coast, with one small brown dog and a ridiculous number of books. She blogs at Beyond Eden Rock.. Diane Setterfield, Once Upon a River (Black Swan, 2019). 978-1784163631, 544pp, paperback.
In Setterfield’s (Bellman and Black, 2014, etc.) new novel, a town by the River Thames is deeply shaken and inspired by the arrival—and apparent resurrection—of a mysterious young girl. At the Swan, an inn along the river, storytellers gather to spin their magic on cold winter nights. But not
Settle in, it will shorten a few of those long winter nights, writes Eileen Dunne of Diane Setterfield's atmospheric novel, which opens on the winter solstice of 1887, the longest night of the year.
Once Upon a River Diane Setterfield Doubleday, £12.99 Review by Rosemary Goring The river of the title is the Thames, the place is Radcot, near its source in Oxfordshire, and the period is high ...
Once Upon a River Diane Setterfield, 2019 Atria/Emily Bestler Books 480 pp. ISBN-13: 9780743298070 Summary A richly imagined, powerful new novel about the wrenching disappearance of three little girls and the wide-reaching effect it has on their small town.
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