Winters (Gabriele) - Book Reviews

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It’s as beautifully written as it is (re)plotted and the updating of the characters is superb. Fabulous—and not just for Rebecca fans.
Daily Mail (UK)

Spellbinding and eerie.… [A] riveting, breaktaking page-turner.
Woman's World

A bewitching novel about love, lies, and the ghosts that never quite leave us alone, The Winters is a masterful retelling of an old favorite that has enough surprises to keep readers hooked, even if they think they know how it all ends.

[A] suspenseful, dark tale of love, deception, and grief… from the minute you crack open The Winters until you reach its riveting conclusion, you'll be spellbound.”

[C]reepy, atmospheric homage to Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca…. Gabriele keeps the tension high up to the surprising and satisfying final twist. Du Maurier fans will be pleased.
Publishers Weekly

Gabriele skillfully modernizes… [Rebecca]. Fans of du Maurier's book…will admire how Gabriele plays with the elements, but anyone who appreciates solid, twisty, "whom can I trust" narratives and female empowerment stories can enjoy. —Liz French
Library Journal

[A] haunting reimagining of Daphne Du Maurier’s original thriller, Rebecca.… This retelling… retains the allure and gothic tone of the original, while remaining a page-turner for newcomers to the story.

With [a] close echo of one of the most famous opening lines in literature, Gabriele [opens] … her update of Daphne Du Maurier's 1938 classic, Rebecca.… A harmless parlor game of a book but a little lacking in the skin-crawling suspense department.
Kirkus Reviews

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