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Blackness TowerFor Years, Lauren Reay Has Experienced Vivid Dreams Of A Castle Keep And A Chapel Overlooking The Sea Then She Finds The Real Place A Restored 16th Century Blackness Tower On The Coast Of Northern Scotland Inside The Tower, Owned By Handsome But Reclusive Douglas Sutherland, She Finds A 19th Century Portrait Of A 16th Century Woman Who Has Lauren S Face Blackness Tower Holds Strange Powers And Elemental Presences That Will Change Lauren S Life Forever.

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  • Paperback
  • 367 pages
  • Blackness Tower
  • Lillian Stewart Carl
  • English
  • 16 August 2018
  • 9780809572021

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  1. says:

    3.5 stars For years, Lauren Reay had been haunted by a dream about a castle Then, when her grandfather was on his deathbed, he received a calendar that included a photograph of the castle and a note about its location, causing Lauren to realize with a shock that her dream castle actually existed and was connected to her family Now, her grandfather having passed away, Lauren travels to the remote north of Scotland to see the castle, Blackness Tower, and to dig into the tragic family history that led her ancestor to leave the area long ago.Lauren soon learns that she s a dead ringer for a scandalous woman who lived at Blackness Tower a century ago, who was herself a dead ringer for another scandalous woman who lived there in the sixteenth century Blackness Tower is haunted, and to cleanse it, Lauren must unravel the mystery that ties all three women together Also delving into the Tower s history are three men the new owner who has recently restored the castle, an archaeologist excavating the nearby cemetery, and a paranormal investigator looking for evidence of Blackness Tower s ghosts Blackness Tower gets off to a slow start, and some of the language can seem overly portentous lots of musings about fate and destiny It does help establish Lauren as a character who is imaginative and away with the fairies, but it can also seem melodramatic, especially when not muc...


  2. says:

    Blackness TowerBy Lillian Stewart CarlCopyright May 2008Publisher Juno BooksBlackness Tower is a mystery at the edge of this world, looking over the sea to the next Lonely, haunted people are drawn to it to seek out its ancient riddles, each looking for their own special answer in its stones Ewan Calder is an archaeologist looking for a galleon from the Spanish Armada which was rud to have been wrecked on the Scottish coast Magnus Anderson is a Television presenter who while looking for proof of the paranormal David Sutherland is the current owner doing restoration of the Tower and possibly his own life And finally we have Lauren Reay, a young woman who has come from America looking for answers about her family s mysterious past, and her own compelling dreams All of these people have their own special reasons for gathering at this historic site, and not all of them will be happy or satisfied with the outcomes of their visit Lauren s family originated in the area around the Tower, in fact her great, great grandmother Susanna lived and worked in it She is hoping to find out the identity of the father of Susanna s child and how she died The journey will be ...


  3. says:

    This book was ok It was kinda hard to get into, once the story got going it wasn t too bad It just took forever to get moving and the author took forever to explain some things The story line itself was very interesting and had potential to be a rea...


  4. says:

    The author rambles on a lot and the plot seems muddled, almost as though she had an idea but couldn t quite fully capture it or explain it There are numerous references to the heroine s spine tingling but the book had no such effect on me


  5. says:

    Meh, I ve lost interest, and I m giving up on this one.


  6. says:

    preorder


  7. says:

    Lillian Stewart Carl is a superb writer and I enjoyed every page of this fascinating and complex tale.

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