House of Glass by Susan Fletcher A beautiful, contemplative, and touching novel about what it means to be whole June 1914 and a young woman – Clara Waterfield – is summoned to a large stone house in Gloucestershire. Her task: to fill a greenhouse with exotic plants from Kew Gardens, to create a private
Hi all: I will be on my way to Barcelona today, so if I take time to reply to your comments, don’t worry. I wanted to post this today because I hope to catch up on more reading and I didn’t want to have to post too many reviews very close to Christmas (as I
Hi all: Today I bring you the review of a novel that once again I’ve discovered thanks to Rosie’s Book Review Team, and I must say I will be watching this author very closely in the future. In Wolves’ Clothing by Greg Levin On his best days, Zero Slade is the worst man you can imagine.
Hi all: I bring you the review of book 2 in the Project Renova series. In case you haven’t read it, this is my review of Tipping Point, book 1 in the series. (Yes, I enjoyed it!) Lindisfarne (Project Renova Book 2) by Terry Tyler ‘You’re judging this by the standards of the old world. But that’s
Hi all: Today I bring you a book that is released TODAY and I had a chance to read before its publication thanks to Rosie’s Book Review Team. I had read another book by the author recently and was very curious…. The Unraveling of Brendan Meeks by Brian Cohn THE UNRAVELING OF BRENDAN MEEKS is a first-person
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