The Forgotten Room: A Sequel to 'The Secret Garden' eBook

The Forgotten Room: A Sequel to 'The Secret Garden' The Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett and published in , has been beloved by generations Made into a stage play and numerous movies, this enchanting story remains a popular classic today The Forgotten Room begins a few months after the original concludes, continuing the stories of Mary, Colin, Dickon and the rest of the beloved characters from The Secret Garden This is the story of what happens next to the people of Misselthwaite Manor Mary finds another secret, learns about herself her friends, gets a tutor, nearly succumbs to her parents fate, and faces a crucial decision or two Written with the style and heart of the original

10 thoughts on “The Forgotten Room: A Sequel to 'The Secret Garden'

  1. Pam Pam says:

    Stacie Morrell does an excellent job in writing The Forgotten Door, a sequel to The Secret Garden She has captured the innocence and essence of The Secret Garden and simply filled in the next chapter Her portrayal of the characters of Mary, Co

  2. Jannah (Cloud Child) Jannah (Cloud Child) says:

    This looks like worth the read, esp as I just scoured online for decent fanfiction I ALWAYS need to know what happened when they grow up.

  3. Rhin Rhin says:

    Review originally posted on my blog When I got my hands on the paperback version of the book, I was surprised to notice it was printed differently from all the books I have I immediately thought it could be a self published work as evident in the font t

  4. Valerie Valerie says:

    The Forgotten Room A Sequel to Frances Hodgson Burnett s The Secret Garden by Stacie Morrell was first published as a Kindle eBook in 2012 At the time, it had not been edited proofread at all Since then, I ve received word from the author that it has now bee

  5. Donna Donna says:

    An enjoyable sequel Was bothered by typos in the text.

  6. Chloë Chloë says:

    It ended just as it was getting started Also, some unfortunate self publishing related editorial design production gaffs Overall, pretty good for fan fiction.

  7. Phyllis Phyllis says:

    Excellent story

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