Monday, 15 August 2016


The Glass Painter's Daughter by [Hore, Rachel]

A beautifully written book and one I had missed but glad I read this.

Beautifully written with mystery and romance. This story intertwines with the past and present- the story involves a restoration of a stained glass window in the present day and then goes back to the past to discover the secrets behind the window's past and the people connected to this window. Was this just an ordinary stained glass window that was damaged during the blitz in the 40s or is there more to this.

The author centres characters in the present and from the past which bulids up to tell an compelling story.

i found the background to glass making and stained glass to be really interesting the author researched her subject well.

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