The Rose Labyrinth by Titania Hardie


It was just okay.

Diana passed away and her family inheritance (which should be by the female line), she gave to her younger son, Will.  In his obsession of this mysterious inheritance, Will began to research into their family’s history and was killed not far from home.

Months later, Alex and Lucy were brought together and due to some circumstances, began to look seriously into this family inheritance mystery which dated back to the 17th century.

Overall, I was disappointed that Will was killed, I had a feeling that I would have loved him.  It took forever for the riddles to actually be set out and I felt things didn’t really get going until after 250 pages!  The ending was a little bit disappointing though.. a bit anti-climatic for me 😦

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