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Ghostwalk 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 Alchemy.A 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 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 The Bridge Between Them.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 Alchemy In It, Time And Relationships Are Entangled The Present With The Seventeenth Century, And Figures From The Past With The Love Torn Twenty First Century Woman Who Is Trying To Discover Their Secrets A Stunningly Original Display Of Scholarship And Imagination, And A Gripping Story Of Desire And Obsession, Ghostwalk Is A Rare Debut That Will Change The Way Most Of Us Think About Scientific Innovation, The Force Of History, And Time Itself. Good story to why I read this bookbecause I knew that I was going to meet the author in the city where it takes place and she was going to take us on a walk through the city pointing out inspirations and scenes I ended up really enjoying the book though because it is a cross between a nonfiction and a fiction It deals with the true life of Issac Newton and tries to explain in a This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Well, 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 Well, 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 I 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 genre.In Ghostwalk, Lydia Brooke is asked by her ex lover to ghostwrite the final chapters of an Isaac Newton biography that his late mother was writing As she completes the work, Lydia finds the seventeenth cent I 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 genre.In Ghostwalk, Lydia Brooke is asked by her ex lover to ghostwrite the final chapters of an Isaac Newton biography that his late mother was writing As she completes the work, Lydia finds the seventeenth century creeping into the present as mysterious deaths mirror the deaths of Newton s contemporaries.It s not exactly a murder mystery Ghostwalk focuseson Lydia s own entanglements with her ex lover and his dead mother than it does on the victims The narratio After 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 Isaac Newton and a group of se After 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

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