Lady Of Hay – A Timeless Read

I know that most book review blogs review newly published books, and I fully intend to do that.  But as I may have mentioned, I am a VORACIOUS reader with so many good books that I have read still rattling around in my noggin, that I want to bring them to the attention of brand new readers.  A good book is truly timeless, so occasionally (or maybe quite often) I will write about some of my favorite books in the hopes that new readers will discover a little treasure collecting dust on the shelves of their library.

One such book is Lady Of Hay by Barabara Erskine. Love, love, love this book!!!  In fact, I just checked it out yesterday from my local library and I am reading it again for the second time.  For those of you not in the know, Barbara Erskine is a hugely popular, bestselling British author whose books have been published in every country possible.  Her novels are a mishmash of reincarnation (one of my favorite themes to read and write about), history, sassy modern day heroine and generally spooky supernatural stuff.  Many times her novels have a sinister, gothic undertone that leaves the reader always a little worried for the safety of the usually attractive, independent and professional protagonist. Continue reading “Lady Of Hay – A Timeless Read”