Girl in a Golden Cage by Lucy Branch – Book Review

Girl in a Golden Cage by Lucy Branch – Book Review

Girl in a Golden Cage
Gold Gift Series Book Two

Author – Lucy Branch
Publisher – Createspace
Pages – 294
Release Date – 25th November 2016
ISBN-13 – 978-1540352194
Format – ebook, paperback
Reviewer – Theophila

I received a free copy of this book

New Synopsis

Francesca Milliardo wants to make a big splash as a contemporary artist. With a powerful and wealthy father that lives in Milan, she hopes to convince him to back her career. Her future is on the cusp of being exciting…until she sees something she wasn’t meant to see.

Is the father she loves mixed up in a kidnap plot? As Francesca searches for truth, her persistent migraines are beginning to run riot. But some of the symptoms are morphing and she’s starting to wonder if there’s more to the pain than a pill can cure.

Her father’s handsome assistant is a welcome distraction from the confusion of her life, but can he save her from the dangers that lurk? Or, could he, too, be part of them? Francesca doesn’t know who to trust or what to do.

It’s time for her to make some hard choices: believe in the people she loves or bet her beloved career on a mystery that’s rooted in myth.

New Review

Curiosity they say kills the cat, but at least the cat finds some answers before it loses its life.

This is a story of a girl named Francesca Domenico who travels from London to Milan to spend some time with her father. She begins to enjoy the luxury and comfort of her father’s home, only to discover some strange happenings within the beautiful walls of the house.

Due to her inquisitive nature, she starts searching for answers. The answers she finds lead her to more questions, which it turn gets her into trouble trying to figure out the truth. What will become of her?

Girl In A Golden Cage is an interesting book full of twists and unexpected turns that captivates you completely. The characters all possess their own unique qualities, this is what makes the book stand out.

This story is suspense filled, combined with a beautiful combination of humour and mystery. I really enjoyed it and I look forward to reading the other books in the series.

Book reviewed by Theophila

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New About the Author

Lucy Branch

Lucy Branch’s fiction has been featured on Radio 4, Timeout London and The BBC World Service. She is an expert in the conservation of public sculpture and has worked on some of the UK’s highest profile projects including Nelson’s Column, Eros and Cleopatra’s Needle.

She studied at University College London, The Royal College of Art and Victoria Albert Museum. Her knowledge and passion for the art world is poured into her fiction which she weaves together with myth, conspiracy theory and fantasy.

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