This is perhaps one of the most intriguing stories to be imagined. The writer is shattered by the suicide of her husband and the story begins with her admission into a mental clinic, remembered by her as ‘the gilded cage.’ During her treatment, she finds herself reliving her family tree and explains with crystal clarity the vivid scenarios, sad, happy, and certainly full of emotion. The eras have been thoroughly researched and we are drawn into this beautifully told story in a series of well-described protagonists. Hard work was certainly the order of the day in the early 1900s, yet it seems to have been undertaken as a completely natural run-of-the-mill routine. The details are so vivid, it is almost impossible to stop reading, as each character blossoms with his or her individual lives being brought to life. This would make an ideal play, yet there is so much truth running through. Just as it makes for compulsive reading, it would certainly be compulsive to watch. Unusual, satisfying, deeply emotional. – Wendy Anne Lake, writer and author
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