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The Bookkeeper's Daughter ❮Epub❯ ➢ The Bookkeeper's Daughter ➡ Author Fareh Iqbal – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Ray Driftwood has spent her whole life in her father s book shop, dreaming of adventures she has only read about in the pages of novels, never once daring to hope that her life could magically change Ray Driftwood has spent her whole life in her father s book shop, dreaming of adventures she has only read about in the pages of novels, never once daring to hope that her life could magically change Until one Winter s eve her wish comes true and she finds herself in the middle of a story that transcends the rules The Bookkeeper's MOBI :Ê of Time Alongside her guide James, Ray embarks on a journey that rivals her wildest imagination From befriending Jane Austen in the gardens of Hampshire Hall to sharing ghost stories with Mary Shelley in a haunted Swiss chateau, Ray learns what it truly means to live beyond the realm of fiction.


10 thoughts on “The Bookkeeper's Daughter

  1. Sonal Roy Sonal Roy says:

    The Bookkeeper s Daughter is a riveting novel consisting of adventure and romance Time travelling in this book adds the element of science fiction This new and fresh author uses words to take us back in time, beautifully describing sceneries and all elements of historic England and Switzerland and back to present day England.Her characterization brings all the characters to life, making it impossible for the reader to not be emotionally invested in them The protagonist is relatable through he The Bookkeeper s Daughter is a riveting novel consisting of adventure and romance Time travelling in this book adds the element of science fiction This new and fresh author uses words to take us back in time, beautifully describing sceneries and all elements of historic England and Switzerland and back to present day England.Her characterization brings all the characters to life, making it impossible for the reader to not be emotionally invested in them The protagonist is relatable through her stubborn and compassionate traits driven by dedication and loyalty towards her father s bookstore Daughters can relate to the incessant maternal nags which is the source of the strained, yet comical nature of Ray s relationship with her mother I certainly could relate to it Her struggle to cope with the outside world in present times allows her to give herself in heart, soul and mind to our male lead, James Oh, James Tall, green eyed, dreamy, compassionate, witty One cannot help but fall for him the way Ray does His characterization is a perfect assimilation of every girl s dream man Alongside the fictional leads, our historical literary figures have been brought to life in these pages, allowing the reader to personally connect with them via Ray.The Bookkeeper s Daughter is an easy read with its enticing plot and characterization, making it impossible for one to put the book down This book was completed in a mere 5 hours by yours truly Definitely looking forward to another good read by this very talented author


  2. Gillian Odom Gillian Odom says:

    This book was written by a friend of mine I don t give it this rating because she s my friend It was a good book Filled with romance and adventure I absolutely loved the traveling back in time As Jane Austen is fascinating to me I really truly enjoyed it I found the main character easy to relate to I would highly reccommend


  3. Sonia Ali Sonia Ali says:

    A wonderful book to read by the fireplace on a cold night with a cup of hot chocolate The author tells an enchanting story of a girl who journeys through time to meet her favorite authors and finds love unexpected.


  4. Angel Angel says:

    Love this author and the magical web she weaves with her characters She pulls you in All characters show depth and are relatable It was a joy to read Can t wait for


  5. Craig Rowland Craig Rowland says:

    The Bookkeeper s Daughter is a charming first novel by young talent Fareh Iqbal Iqbal has now written four books and I will read all of them in order yet not back to back The Bookkeeper s Daughter tells the story of Franchesca Driftwood, nicknamed Ray, who runs her late father s bookstore The story describes her encounter with a strange customer, James, who takes her on a fantastic journey James gives Ray a magical book that changes its appearance and contents and enables Ray to teleport t The Bookkeeper s Daughter is a charming first novel by young talent Fareh Iqbal Iqbal has now written four books and I will read all of them in order yet not back to back The Bookkeeper s Daughter tells the story of Franchesca Driftwood, nicknamed Ray, who runs her late father s bookstore The story describes her encounter with a strange customer, James, who takes her on a fantastic journey James gives Ray a magical book that changes its appearance and contents and enables Ray to teleport through time to meet her heroes such as Jane Austen, Lord Byron, Mary and Percy Shelley and Virginia Woolf I was impressed with Iqbal s use of imagery and literary allusion In referencing the literary masters Iqbal at least presents to the reader the knowledge of having actually read the classics She is unlike other writers, one of whom I recently reviewed twice, who pepper each chapter page with non sequitur quotes from classical works Iqbal, to her credit, shows the reader that she knows whereof she writes, and her references to the masters is not highfalutin and bears direct relevance to her story.Iqbal captured my interest as soon as the prologue I sat rereading the loveliest line When I try to capture them in ink, the words slip away and the paper remains an empty canvas waiting for the right shades of colour to paint a tale Thus before I even started the first chapter I was already impressed The Bookkeeper s Daughter is full of dialogue which makes for a rapid read I sped through this book because I was as excited as Ray to find out where she would end up next Iqbal even introduced an element of suspense, for at the start of her journey through time, James forbade her from interacting with the authors If you have ever read any stories about time travel or even nonfiction about quantum physics you will know that interaction with characters in the past is a colossal no no What will happen when Ray defies James and has a chat with Jane Austen I was impressed with Iqbal s work and I see her as a rising talent All writers grow with their work and I am eager to see how she has matured by the end of book four The Bookkeeper s Daughter was a pleasure to read


  6. Craig Rowland Craig Rowland says:

    The Bookkeeper s Daughter is a charming first novel by young talent Fareh Iqbal Iqbal has now written four books and I will read all of them in order yet not back to back The Bookkeeper s Daughter tells the story of Franchesca Driftwood, nicknamed Ray, who runs her late father s bookstore The story describes her encounter with a strange customer, James, who takes her on a fantastic journey James gives Ray a magical book that changes its appearance and contents and enables Ray to teleport t The Bookkeeper s Daughter is a charming first novel by young talent Fareh Iqbal Iqbal has now written four books and I will read all of them in order yet not back to back The Bookkeeper s Daughter tells the story of Franchesca Driftwood, nicknamed Ray, who runs her late father s bookstore The story describes her encounter with a strange customer, James, who takes her on a fantastic journey James gives Ray a magical book that changes its appearance and contents and enables Ray to teleport through time to meet her heroes such as Jane Austen, Lord Byron, Mary and Percy Shelley and Virginia Woolf I was impressed with Iqbal s use of imagery and literary allusion In referencing the literary masters Iqbal at least presents to the reader the knowledge of having actually read the classics She is unlike other writers, one of whom I recently reviewed twice at Goodreads, who pepper each chapter page with non sequitur quotes from classical works Iqbal, to her credit, shows the reader that she knows whereof she writes, and her references to the masters is not highfalutin and bears direct relevance to her story.Iqbal captured my interest as soon as the prologue I sat rereading the loveliest line When I try to capture them in ink, the words slip away and the paper remains an empty canvas waiting for the right shades of colour to paint a tale Thus before I even started the first chapter I was already impressed The Bookkeeper s Daughter is full of dialogue which makes for a rapid read I sped through this book because I was as excited as Ray to find out where she would end up next Iqbal even introduced an element of suspense, for at the start of her journey through time, James forbade her from interacting with the authors If you have ever read any stories about time travel or even nonfiction about quantum physics you will know that interaction with characters in the past is a colossal no no What will happen when Ray defies James and has a chat with Jane Austen I was impressed with Iqbal s work and I see her as a rising talent All writers grow with their work and I am eager to see how she has matured by the end of book four The Bookkeeper s Daughter was a pleasure to read


  7. Carol Carol says:

    this book is a journey of your imagination for children to tweens.An enjoyable read could not put it down Read it in a day


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