#bookreview The Garden of Lost and Found- by Harriet Evans

Past and Present cross their paths in Harriet Evan's compelling novel. It was an emotional family drama stretching decades. Drama, love, and tragedy in the plot can sweep away anyone's feet. The connection between modern-day characters with ancestors in a story that's at once charming and heartbreaking. The story revolves around a house that has secrets, stories, mysteries, and memories prowling from every corner.
1919, Liddy Horner discovers her husband, the world-famous artist Sir Edward Horner before his best-known painting, "The Garden of Lost and Found", seize his children on a perfect day, playing the promenade garden of heaven made by him and Liddy. Liddy and Ned's love story is something out of the lovey-dovey TV series but though full of hope, love, hardships, and devotion. Some characters are unseen but mend one of the greatest bonds within the family.
Another side of the story placed in time to 2014. Here's Liddy's great-granddaughter Juliet, an oracle in Victorian art who's at hardships in her life. She's been thrown out of her job, has dismantled relationships with her husband, and losing emotional connection with her three children. She mysteriously received a key and a letter-she sees it as not only escape from her crippling marriage but a new start, a refuge for her future and her children too.
ONE-KEY, ONE MAGICAL MOMENT AND every memory locks start CLICKING!!!!

My Rating: *****/5

The Garden of Lost and Found