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—the culmination of her lifelong obsession with the seventeenth century—remains unfinished When her son Cameron asks his former lover Lydia Brooke to ghostwrite the missing final chapters of his mother’s book Lydia agrees and moves into Elizabeth’s house—a studio in an orchard where the light moves restlessly across the walls Soon Lydia discovers that the shadow of violence that has fallen across present day Cambridge which escalates to a series of murders may have its origins in the troubling evidence that Elizabeth’s research has unearthed As Lydia becomes ensnared in a dangerous conspiracy that reawakens ghosts of the past the seventeenth century slowly seeps into the twenty first with the city of Cambridge t.

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❮Reading❯ ➷ Ghostwalk Author Rebecca Stott – Wearedating.co.uk Filled with evocative descriptions of Cambridge past and present of seventeenth century glassmaking alchemy the Great Plague and Newton’s scientific innovations Ghostwalk centers around a real histo❮Reading❯ ➷ Ghostwalk Author Rebecca Stott – Wearedating.co.uk Filled with evocative descriptions of Cambridge past and present of seventeenth century glassmaking alchemy the Great Plague and Newton’s scientific innovations Ghostwalk centers around a real histo Filled with evocative descriptions of Cambridge past and present of seventeenth century glassmaking alchemy the Great Plague and Newton’s scientific innovations Ghostwalk centers around a real historical mystery that Rebecca Stott has uncovered involving Newton’s alchemyA Cambridge historian Elizabeth Vogelsang is found drowned clutching a glass prism in her hand The book she was writing about Isaac Newton’s involvement with alchemy.

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Hardcover ´ Ghostwalk PDF ↠ Rebecca Stott was born in Cambridge in and raised in Brighton in a large Plymouth Brethren community She studied English and Art History at York University and then completed an MA and PhD whilst raising her son Jacob born in She is the author of several academic books on Victorian literature and culture two books of non fiction including a partial biography of Charles Darwin and a.

ghostwalk ebok Ghostwalk PDF—the culmination of her lifelong obsession with the seventeenth century—remains unfinished When her son Cameron asks his former lover Lydia Brooke to ghostwrite the missing final chapters of his mother’s book Lydia agrees and moves into Elizabeth’s house—a studio in an orchard where the light moves restlessly across the walls Soon Lydia discovers that the shadow of violence that has fallen across present day Cambridge which escalates to a series of murders may have its origins in the troubling evidence that Elizabeth’s research has unearthed As Lydia becomes ensnared in a dangerous conspiracy that reawakens ghosts of the past the seventeenth century slowly seeps into the twenty first with the city of Cambridge t.

10 thoughts on “Ghostwalk

  1. Madeline Madeline says:

    Hardcover ´ Ghostwalk PDF ↠ ghostwalk ebok, Ghostwalk PDFWell that was different In theory this book should have been my jam The story opens with Elizabeth Vogelsang being found dead in a river near her Cambridge home clutching a glass prism in her hand Elizabeth is a 17th century scholar who specializes in Isaac Newton and her death interrupts her work on a book exploring Newton's interest in alchemy Elizabeth's son Cameron recruits Lydia Brooke a writer friend of Elizabeth and Cameron's former lover to ghost write the rest of Elizabeth's book Along the way Lydia tries to unravel the secrets in Elizabeth's research secrets that might have led to her death I'm going to go ahead and get the most absurd thin


  2. Brooke Brooke says:

    Hardcover ´ Ghostwalk PDF ↠ ghostwalk ebok, Ghostwalk PDFI've seen some reviews of Rebecca Stott's Ghostwalk compare it to The DaVinci Code but it's an extremely superficial comparison Books about modern day people who investigate mysteries from the past existed long before Dan Brown hammered out his infamous novel he did not create a new genreIn Ghostwalk Lydia Brooke is asked by her ex lover to ghostwrite the final ch


  3. Christa Christa says:

    Hardcover ´ Ghostwalk PDF ↠ ghostwalk ebok, Ghostwalk PDFAfter reading this book I am sorry to say that I was severely disappointed The synopsis for it sounded great and I normally love books that involve a historical mystery to solve but there really wasn't much about this book that I liked A historian and writer of screenplays Lydia Brooke is hired by her former married lover Cameron Brown to ghostwrite a book after the author his mother Elizabeth Volgelsang is murdered The unfinished manuscript involves


  4. Emily Emily says:

    Hardcover ´ Ghostwalk PDF ↠ ghostwalk ebok, Ghostwalk PDFIt's not often that I think a NYT book reviewer gets it totally wrong but that's the case with Rebecca Stott's novel Ghostwalk I should have been tipped off by the trite final sentence of the review Stott's home terrain however is the river ri


  5. Jan W Mc Jan W Mc says:

    Hardcover ´ Ghostwalk PDF ↠ ghostwalk ebok, Ghostwalk PDFOne of my ghostly reads for October Ghostwalk by Rebecca Stott was enjoyable It is uniquely written a story within a story unfortunately the inside story involves Sir Isaac Newton the great scientific discoverer I do not have a scientific heart SorryThere is a love story an affair with a married man if that is a love story suspicious deaths scientific use of animals a mysticseer and many references to physics which I didn't understand The basic plot was good with surprises twists and much much much historical atmosphere I can understand why it disappointed many readers but I stayed drawn in and focused throughout I've certainly read worse


  6. Paula Cappa Paula Cappa says:

    Hardcover ´ Ghostwalk PDF ↠ ghostwalk ebok, Ghostwalk PDFI expected a fascinating ghost story literary with mysterious murders and the past coming back to haunt Intelligent and historical yes And it’s full of atmospheric descriptions that I liked However the main character Lydia Brooke speaking in the first person


  7. Kate Kate says:

    Hardcover ´ Ghostwalk PDF ↠ ghostwalk ebok, Ghostwalk PDFTHis is the best book that I have ever read that I could only rate two stars I loved Neal Stephenson's Baroque Cycle and I couldn't wait to pick up another book that might take a deeper look into Isaac Newton's alchemical experiments The research that was done before this book was written is incredible and the passages in which Elizabeth Vogelsang's The Alchemist the fictitious biography of Newton at the center of Ghostwalk is excerpted are very good We learn about glass making in seventeenth century Europe the plague in England the vast networks of alchemists operating in Europe at the time One of the major themes of the novel is that the past 'bleeds' into the present but the author can't seem to get her many plot devices set in the present to 'bleed' into one another making the novel as a whole fractured


  8. Lata Lata says:

    Hardcover ´ Ghostwalk PDF ↠ ghostwalk ebok, Ghostwalk PDFThe research in this book is great as well as the writing in the book about Isaac Newton within this story In fact the Newton book should have been this story That would have made a great book with all these elements alchemists secret formulas brillian


  9. Judy Judy says:

    Hardcover ´ Ghostwalk PDF ↠ ghostwalk ebok, Ghostwalk PDFI enjoyed the start of this book and was intrigued by the idea of a mix between a ghost story and detective story with 17th century events woven in with present day ones I was also attracted by the fact that it's set in Cambridge a city I knowHowever I soon got fed up and gave up after about 80 pages I didn't believe in any of the characters and found the plot too convoluted so decided not to waste my time


  10. Janet Janet says:

    Hardcover ´ Ghostwalk PDF ↠ ghostwalk ebok, Ghostwalk PDFI did not finish this book and my only regret is that I spent way too much time trying to like it I found nothing to like It claims to be 'a haunting literary thriller' and a 'historical mystery involving Isaac Newton's alchemy' Why I thought anything involving Isaac Newton and his alchemy would be interesting is beyond me now Turns out I have no interest in Isaac Newton or alchemy or the 17th century At least not as portrayed in this book The entire framework of the book is awkward it is told in the 1st person by a woman who attends a funeral for a woman who died while writing a book on Isaac Newton not exactly an attention grabber introduction The narrator apparently had an affair with the dead woman's son and throughout the story she refers to this ex lover as 'you' she seems to be writing a memoir of what is happening or has happened as the reader knows virtually nothing about the narrator or 'you' it is really hard t


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