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Black Rabbit HallN to surface and Lorna soon finds herself ensnared within the manor’s labyrinthine history overcome with an insatiable need for answers about her own past and that of the once happy family whose memory still haunts the estateStunning and atmospheric this debut novel is a thrilling spiral into the hearts of two women separated by decades but inescapably linked by the dark and tangled secrets of Black Rabbit Hall. Black Rabbit Hall is the moldering ancestral home where the happy Alton family spends every school vacation It is 1968 and Nancy Alton is the perfect mother to her four children; she is kind beautiful smart and athletic She is filled with joie de vivre and wants the same for the twins 14 year old Amber and Toby 5 year old Barney and 4 year old Kitty Her husband Hugo adores Nancy and their life as well They have everything until a horrific accident takes it all away and sends them all spiraling away from their centerA modern day story is taking place too Lorna and her fiance Jon are looking at wedding venues and come to Black Rabbit Hall after a long arduous car trip She is immediately taken with it he is revolted by its decrepitude and seems shaken by her choice They seem to be coming apart as well Why should this old house be their undoing Wrapped up very neatly at the end the story is a love letter to moms everywhere and succeeds at explaining how much our mothers influence our choices in life Momma's pleasure in spring was one of the pleasures of spring I wonder then if all children just love the things that make their mothers happy

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Black Rabbit Hall review ↠ 103 á ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☀ Black Rabbit Hall Author Eve Chase – For fans of Kate Morton and Sarah Waters here’s   a magnetic debut novel of wrenching family secrets forbidden love and heartbreaking loss housed within the grand gothic manor of Black Rabbit Hall For fans of Kate For fans of Kate Morton and Sarah Waters here’s   a magnetic debut novel of wrenching family secrets forbidden love and heartbreaking loss housed within the grand gothic manor of Black Rabbit Hall Ghosts Black Rabbit ePUB #8608 are everywhere not just the ghost of Momma in the woods but ghosts of us  too what we used to be like in those long summers Amber Alton knows that the hours pass differently at Black R. 45 What is it about the crumbling mansion Black Rabbit Hall people are drawn to It’s 1968 and the Alton family of five are happy and busy with their lives living in the huge mansion massive gardens and woods full of gnarly trees and rabbits on their doorstep Amber at 14 years of age is a twin to Toby who seems to have the world on his shoulder with dark moods and a depressing outlook on life Amber adores her parents other younger siblings but yet has a very special bond with Toby Now three decades later a bride to be is anxiously exploring venues for her wedding day with fiancé Jon tagging along Finally at the end of a long lane Lorna sees Black Rabbit Hall and immediately has to have it for her special day Nothing is out of place not the buckets spread about the various rooms to catch the scattering raindrops from the leaky roof wall paper peeling or even the hydrangeas growing through the floorboards of the ballroom All Lorna sees is floating down the grand staircase on the well worn carpet in her wedding gown and therefore nothing else would ever do But this atmospheric and strange dwelling is tugging strongly at her and the she wanders the grounds the Black Rabbit Hall draws her in An entertaining with lyrical writing and a character driven book it will keep the reader engrossed throughout the pages

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Abbit Hall her London family’s country estate where no two clocks read the same Summers there are perfect timeless Not much ever happens Until of course it does More than three decades later Lorna is determined to be married within the grand ivy covered walls of Pencraw Hall known as Black Rabbit Hall among the locals But as she’s drawn deeper into the overgrown grounds half buried memories of her mother begi. Black Rabbit Hall by Eve Chase is a 2015 publication Many people will place a book in the Gothic category using the term too loosely in my opinion but It’s very very rare to find a story that delivers an authentic Gothic mystery However ‘Black Rabbit Hall’ delivers exactly that and with relish on top I’m thrilled and amazed by this book which tells the story of four children living an ideal life in 1968 until tragedy strikes From there their lives uickly dissolve into madness turmoil and melancholy with tragedy to follow Fast forward to present day where we meet Lorna and Jon a couple madly in love looking for a wedding venue Oddly enough an old Cornwall house on the list of possibilities peaks Lorna’s interest not only because she loves old houses but because she has some fragmented memories of having visited there with her mother who recently passed away Once she sees the house her heart is set on it despite Jon’s skepticism Before long Lorna becomes involved with the matriarch of the house and the housekeeper vowing to help bring in clients by writing up an article regarding the history of the house and its family legacy Little did she know her vague memories of the house connect her in a direct way to its past and could possibly shape her future The lovely and isolated setting of Cornwall is a fitting backdrop to tell the history of the Alton children The mystery of what became of the family is told in alternate chapters while Mrs Alton shares her memories with Lorna in the present As the story unfolds Lorna slowly begins to piece together her own memories of Black Rabbit Hall revealing a shocking revelation that left me stunned This absorbing tale and family saga is full of dark secrets betrayals and manipulations but as the two storylines begin to merge the ghosts of the past will finally rest in peace paving the way for healing and new beginning for all This is such a beautifully written novel rich in details and vivid characterizations cloaked with a haunting atmosphere that lingers long after the final pageThe ending is everything I hoped it would be and This is definitely my kind of book 5 stars