Kiss River Paperback
Part of the The Keeper of the Light Trilogy series
Your future is within your grasp. How far are you willing to go? Your adopted child is in an orphanage. Only you can save her. But you need money, a lot of money, money you just don't have.
Gina Higgins is on a desperate journey across the country.
To save her daughter she must find the Kiss River lighthouse that holds the answers she so urgently needs.
But the lighthouse has been destroyed and now her only hope is to uncover the secrets hidden within an old diary, a Second World War love story that has the power to change her life forever...Praise for Diane Chamberlain 'Fans of Jodi Picoult will delight in this finely tuned family drama, with beautifully drawn characters and a string of twists that will keep you guessing right up to the end.' - Stylist 'A marvellously gifted author.
Every book she writes is a gem' - Literary Times 'Essential reading for Jodi Picoult fans' Daily Mail 'So full of unexpected twists you'll find yourself wanting to finish it in one sitting.
Fans of Jodi Picoult's style will love how Diane Chamberlain writes.' - Candis
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 384 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 04/01/2013
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9781848452091
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Review by tina1969
Gina Higgins is desperate to save her daughter. To do this she has to race across the country to find the lighthouse at Kiss River.My Thoughts:This is the second book out of three about the characters who live in Kiss River. Normally I like to read books in order but did feel that it didn't really make much difference. However there where snippets to the previous book which has given me enough to want to read it. The third book in the set also looks as if it will be a good read.This book I found ok and with enough for me to keep going. I did find it quite flawed in places and I have to say quite silly. I did find Gina's reason why she needed the lighthouse lens rather silly. However my favourite part of the book was the journal of Bess which I found to be quite fun to read and have to say the best part of the book.Overall a ok read but I felt was silly in places but I still enjoyed the book as it was a comfort read and not too taxing.