[KINDLE] ❅ Ethersay By Sarah L. King – Tactical-player.co.uk

The Day After The Referendum, My Life Fell Apart The Day After The Scottish Independence Referendum In , Glaswegian Yes Activist Rebecca Owen Decides To Run Away After Being Involved In A Car Accident She Is Knocked Unconscious And When She Wakes, She Finds Herself Inexplicably Marooned On An Isolated Scottish Island, EthersaySuffering From Memory Loss, Rebecca Finds Herself Drawn Into The Island S Mysteries, Particularly Those Surrounding The Strange Disappearance Of A Young Woman, Delilah Berry, Whose Fate Seems To Be Inextricably Intertwined With Her Own As Rebecca Draws Closer To The Truth About Delilah, She Is Forced To Confront What Happened To Her In Glasgow, And Everything She Lost, With Devastating Consequences A Stirring Tale Of Passion, Loss And Betrayal, Ethersay Is A Novel About The Search For Truth, But Also The Pain Of Remembering Ethersay


About the Author: Sarah L. King

Sarah L King lives in West Lothian, Scotland, with her husband and young children Born in Nottingham and raised in Lancashire, her books include the historical fiction novels, The Gisburn Witch 2015 , A Woman Named Sellers 2016 and The Pendle Witch Girl 2018 , all set during the Lancashire witch trials in the seventeenth century She is also the author of two contemporary mystery novels, Ethersay 2017 and The House at Kirtlebeck End 2019.When she s not writing, Sarah loves long country walks, romantic ruins, Thai food and spending time with her family.



10 thoughts on “Ethersay

  1. says:

    I had the privilege of reading an advance copy of Ethersay by Sarah L King prior to its release and was thoroughly entertained from start to finish The book uses a dual narrative, to explore two periods in the life of Rebecca, a young political activist from Glasgow The first follows h


  2. says:

    WellI have already read thisI had tooSarah had asked me to make a trailer for the book and reading it was kinda like a prerequiste Nowthere was no guarantee that I would like itand I suppose it would have made making a film trailer for it a bitdifficultbut you know what I did like itI lik


  3. says:

    I had the great pleasure of receiving an advanced copy of Ethersay to read, thus this review is before the release date The book is presented as a duel narrative and follows the story of Rebecca, going between her past and present The premise of the present during this book involves Rebecca


  4. says:

    Ethersay draws the reader in from the start and keeps you guessing until the very end As the story of political activist, Rebecca Owen unfolds, Sarah L King expertly weaves the narrative between two quite different worlds Glasgow in the run up to the Scottish Independence referendum and the mys


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Kind of a supernatural romance, this well constructed novel has a mystery at its heart The central character is self absorbed and erratic Reminiscent of the hysterical women she s struggling to write about in her thesi


  6. says:

    What a terrific novel It had me hooked from the first page and I read it in two sittings as I didn t want to put it aside until the mystery of Ethersay was revealed The main character Rebecca is an activist in the Yes movement in the lead up to the Scottish Independence Referendum This puts a strain


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