Desert Isle Keeper
Too Deep for Tears Trilogy
The three reviews of the books in this trilogy made me want to take a week off from life and read these books.
Here’s the link to all three reviews.
The first review is by Vivien Fritsche. She wrote:
Before you begin reading Too Deep for Tears, make sure you have a lot of time ahead of you, because once you have started you will not be able to lay aside this wonderful and compelling book for a long time. It is truly an unforgettable reading experience, so lean back, enjoy and let Kathryn Lynn Davis’ lyrical writing work its magic. She really is a master storyteller, and I savoured each word. But beware: this is a major two-hanky read, so keep those tissues within reach!
Laurie wrote the second book’s review:
If you are looking for incredibly lyrical prose, intense emotion, the feel of the Scottish Highlands and its mysticism, ways, and people, All We Hold Dear is for you. If you want to feel to the depth of your soul the lives, loves, happiness and sadness of wonderful characters, this book is for you. If you want to immerse yourself in the Highlands for a while, this book is for you. And, if you have wanted to follow the incredible journey you began with Kathryn Lynn Davis’ first book in this planned trilogy (Too Deep for Tears), this book is for you.
She also wrote the third and final book’s review:
Kathryn Lynn Davis has written another masterpiece in Somewhere Lies the Moon, which completes the epic story of the family of Mairi Rose of Glen Affric, Scotland. The first book in this trilogy, Too Deep for Tears, is the best book I have ever read, and has influenced me in too many ways to count. The second book in this trilogy, All We Hold Dear, was excellent, but smaller in scale. Somewhere Lies the Moon completes the circle begun with the first book, and is again an epic tale of the women touched by Mairi Rose.
Have you read these? Are the worth the time? (They’re fairly cheap.) Let us know in the comments.