Review: Ghostbird by Carol Lovekin

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Featured Image -- 8482“Ghostbird” by Carol Lovekin was an amazing find for me. I met Carol last year at the Tenby Book Fair and took an immediate liking to her charming nature. When she launched her book in March, I drove to Aberystwyth to witness it.
I a;ready had a good feeling about the book but me and my partner were both unprepared for the immediate impact the book had on us when Carol read from it at the event. We both looked at each other during the reading and nodded in agreement: This is good!

The book concerns a young girl who tries to solve the mystery around her father’s and her sister’s death. Her mother refuses to tell her the truth, her aunt is not allowed to tell her. There is village gossip, personal development, love, forgiveness, witchcraft and the Ghostbird. I would describe the character of the novel as quirky, deep…

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