About the book
How could you ever choose between your own life and the life of your child? Newly-weds Holly and Tom have just moved into an old manor house in the picturesque English countryside. When Holly discovers a moondial in the overgrown garden and its strange crystal mechanism, little does she suspect that it will change her life forever. For the moondial has a curse. Each full moon, Holly can see into the future – a future which holds Tom cradling their baby daughter, Libby, and mourning Holly’s death in childbirth…Holly realises the moondial is offering her a desperate choice: give Tom the baby he has always wanted and sacrifice her own life; or save herself and erase the life of the daughter she has fallen in love with.
Reviewed by Bookends Reading Group:
Mixed reaction to this book. We were sceptical about the moon dial, but realise it’s pivotal position to the plot. We would not necessarily have read it individually, but are all pleased that we have done so.
Rating: 2 Stars
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Review by The Accidental Reading Group
None of the group enjoyed this book. It was too linear and completely lacking in substance. The plot was lacking in credibility and the characters cliched.
Rating: No stars