How are we in August already? This year is going crazy fast! To kick off a brand new month, I am absolutely delighted to be hosting Rowan Coleman and her stunning new novel, ‘The Girl At The Window’. Many thanks to Anne Cater for the blog tour invite, and to the publisher for the ARC. Here is my review:
What does TWG think?
Novels with ghostly additions aren’t really my forte, yet Rowan Coleman delivers that particular element in a way which made me feel as though they should have been there all along.
Family secrets and uncertain pasts are rife in this storyline from start to finish. Alongside the addition of fantasy and additive imagination, ‘The Girl at the Window’ quickly became one of the most compelling novels I have read so far this year.
Even though the historical parts of the story were quite haunting and deeply emotive, I was very moved by Trudy and Will’s story and the way in which their characters strengthened as the book progressed.
Rowan Coleman is a very unique story teller, and I loved how she made ‘The Girl at the Window’ come alive in a way only she knows how. This book was such a breathtaking and magnetic read. An absolute page turner.