The Woman Who Stole My Life is that perfect easy twisted read that I totally enjoy. I might even call it a beach read. But Marian Keyes tells a tale and there is always more to it than sex on the beach. Here we had twists and turns […]
After the Guggenheim’s Works/Process last week I realized that though I had read Bel Canto, I couldn’t remember a thing about it. As luck would have it the book was waiting on my kindle. And it was a great read which I can’t wait to see made into […]
I can only say that Summer Hours at the Robbers Library is exactly what a book should be. Heartwarming, not so corny, where i loved th people and their stories and their lives. Young Sunny steals a dictionary and sets us off on an enchanted journey of family, friendship […]
As with so many books I read I had no idea what The Great Alone was about, it was on a list, so I put it on my Library wait list and voila!, on my kindle it popped. Its coming of age story which I always think of […]
I give Everything We Keep a 3 star rating. read it , I enjoyed it, I gained nothing from it. When her Fiancé dies and is buried on her wedding day… blah blah blah.
This book had a mazing reviews and I bought it. A big mistake. Perhaps a millennial might like it, but not me
I loved reading this book. It was unfamiliar and gripping.
A small town, a silly town, some crazy stories about its inhabitants. A joyful read, where each chapter can be read independently or sweet though it and fall in love.
I do love a good story and this was one. I never knew where it was going nor did I care as I lived in the lives of this family on A Thousand Acres.
The book the Bookshop has been sitting in my to read pile for so long its unmentionable. I finally picked it up and read. I wasn’t thrilled. I liked it well enough to read it, i didn’t put it down, but I wasn’t as caught up in it […]