Hi all: Today I bring you a book that I’ve thoroughly enjoyed, although it is not in a genre I read very often. A great read. When the Stars Sang by Caren J. Werlinger Nearly twenty-five years ago, Kathleen Halloran’s brother drowned during the last summer they ever spent with their grandmother on a remote island off
Hi all: Today I bring you the review of a book that I had been looking forward to for a while. Some of you might remember my review of the first book but… On the Bright Side by Hendrik Groen ‘A funny but also touching diary praised for its wit and realism’ BBC Radio 4 Front Row The Old-But-Not-Dead Club return, in
Hi all: Today I bring you another review I’ve written for Rosie’s Book Review Team. This is a very special book and I hope it gets the attention it deserves. Silhouettes by E. L. Tenenbaum Brooke was just killed in an accident, but a part of her is still here. Seeking answers, she sets out to retrace
Hi all: Today I bring you a pretty hard book to read, not because of the writing style, but because of the subject. Childhood and Death in Victorian England by Sarah Seaton. In this fascinating book, the reader is taken on a journey of real life accounts of Victorian children, how they lived, worked, played and ultimately
Hi all: This is another one of the reviews I posted in Lit World Interviews that I never shared here. This book has become pretty well-known but I thought it deserved to feature here in case you hadn’t heard of it. REVIEWS FOR LITERARY WORLD REVIEWS Title: When Breath Becomes Air Author: Paul Kalanithi ISBN13:
Hi all: I shared this review on Lit World Interviews a while back but not here and considering how entertaining the book is and what it is about, I was sure many of you would be interested if you hadn’t come across it yet. The Mysterious Death of Miss Austen by Lindsay Ashford Description: When
Hi all: As promised, I’m going down my list of reviews. As it’s in alphabetic order, it’s luck of the draw what comes up, genre-wise, but you won’t have to wait long for the next one. All I Ever Wanted by Lucy Dillon I recommend it to anybody who loves a gentle story about families, with no scandals,
Hi all: Rich Marcello, the author of this novel, got in touch with me asking for a review. As the book sounded well-wroth a read but I was buried under a mountain of books, I agreed to review when I could and also made some suggestions as to other venues for reviews. Finally, I’m pleased
Hi all: I’m still trying to catch up with some of the reviews I haven’t posted yet, and as I was checking, it struck me that two books by two very well-known authors (one who has unfortunately left us since I read the book) had Zero in their titles, and I couldn’t resist to bring
Hi all: Sorry for the double posting today, but due to changes in other people’s schedules there has been some date-swapping, but I didn’t want you to miss on anything. So, here is… Title: Mercy Author: Misty Provencher Genre: Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Fantasy Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR Blurb: My will to survive is the
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