I can say I enjoyed reading this book. It's a treasure hunt story, but also a sort of love story, in which the characters learn more about themselves while they are in search of a possible hidden treasure at the property where they work together. It's that type of book that makes you realize that maybe material things like money and stuff should not be what you really look for in life - there are other and more important things, like being with people you like, or having a job that's both nice and that pays you well. In a way, the book made me rethink about my own life as well and realize all the little "treasures" that we find in our daily lives. But in the book the treasure is not only metaphorical, it's an actual treasure, and it will be fun to see how they find it - and the letters from 1929 that they read in between the search.