When Shadows Fall
17 journalers for this copy...
'The floor groaned as my uninvited guest stepped inside. With him came a gust of cold air and the smell of the river. I saw a shadow pass my doorway. A big, black mass that had no shape, no definition. Yet I sensed his glance towards me...Then his footsteps carried him on, moving towards the back of the cottage, into silence.
Kate O'Hara rents an old stone cottage on the banks of a Tasmanian river to try to get some peace after the death of her husband, and to plan her future.
But there are mysterious footsteps in the night. The soft splash of oars on the river. An old picture of a boatman hanging on the cottage wall. And a rent in the fabric of time itself...'
More Australian (Tasmanian) history in this book-way more than Footsteps in an Empty Room!
This is another great Lilly Sommers Historical Ghosty Mystery...
This book and Footsteps in an Empty Room by Lilly Sommers are now a Double International BookRay...PM me to join!
Participants Thus Far!
BellaMack (is in Tasmania, Australia and prefers to post within Australia)
amberC (is in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia and prefers to post within Australia)
freelunch (is in Cairns, Queensland, Australia)
Playtheman (is in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia and can ship internationally)
Dukesa (is in Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal)
Bookworm-lady (is in Madrid, Madrid, Spain and can send to within Europe including the UK)
JuniperHill (is in London, Greater London, United Kingdom)
arturogrande (is in Coalville, Leicestershire, United Kingdom and can ship internationally)
Bug2004 (is in Omaha, Nebraska, United States of America and prefers to post within the United States of America)
Loriped (is in Keizer, Oregon, United States of America)
Loriped has kindly organised a second BookRay for this book and it's Twin so thankx all and enjoy - I will continue to watch it's progress.
Posting to freelunch tomorrow.
I'm a little backlogged at the moment but I'll try not to sit on this book for too long.
I contacted the book myself before I sent it out - am training to be a Library Assistant and they teach you how to contact books hehe...oh by the way, thankx for your message telling me that my Kitty is cute - poor girl got attacked recently by 2 big dogs and is recovering from a broken jaw.
There is a postal notation at the end of
RUA DAVID hopes, No 27 -------> 27 ou 27??
Could I have further instructions, please?
I can't wait to read it :P
Thanks, Hearth-Crafter for sharing and playtheman for sending :) It has been a long voyage :P
Oh, and thanks for the postcard, playtheman! It's beautiful :D
The book starts very slow, but then it picks up and you just can't stop reading!
There were parts that I thought I knew what was going to happen next... but I was wrong! :D This book is full of surprises ;)
I loved it! I believe I found a new author that I'll love :D
I already have Bookworm-lady's address, I'll send it as soon as possible :)
Thank you very much!
Wow, a double bookray!
Thanks for sending them through, Dukesa!
Not so interesting as "Footsteps in an Empty Room", so far...
I have PMed JuniperHill twice, and posted an ISO...
Thanks for sharing!
CONTROLLED RELEASE NOTES:
Sent with its "bookmate" to Arturogrande, in U.K, last evening.
Thanks for sharing - its now on its way to Bug2004.
Overall, glad I got to read it and wouldn't consider it a waste of time!! Thanks so much for sharing. I have a few more pages in "Footsteps In An Empty Room" and will then send them both off this weekend. Thanks again!!
I am willing to add more people if they are interested.
Mailed out on 4/29/09
When I wrote that I'd read it before Footsteps in an Empty Room I wasn't really intending to read this one the same night, but that's what happened ;)
It was a nice, short read - but sometimes so short that it felt abridged and as if something was missing.
I just started Footsteps in an Empty Room and like it better already after the first few pages, just because it is more detailed or descriptive.
Now it's at its Bavarian station and will be soon read!
And contrary to the other JE's here I liked it a lot. The idea was fascinating and reminded me a bit
I agree that it was somewhat short and I wonder
Spoiler in white:
I do wonder though how Kate will adapt to her new life... after all she's been born into a modern world and has to do now without all its amenities...
That would be interesting.. will she tell Thomas where she came from?
Anyway, I have asked Sarahmuh for her address!
CONTROLLED RELEASE NOTES:
This book went to Sweden yesterday... with its twin!
Posted to ana-b yesterday. I was in the Netherlands as part of a long drive from Stockholm to the UK - hence the Amsterdam postmark! Hope you enjoy the book. This one is very quick to read.
On its way to Canada.
Mailed off today -- I enjoyed this book -- definately different then the type I have been reading lately -- thanks for sharing!!
CONTROLLED RELEASE NOTES:
Found Mallary's address on RABCK and have mailed the books
Edit: I will be posting this to easterngirl71 as jneni is taking a break from all bookrings.