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Reviewer Opinion: “A Nightingale”
by Loona (Malaysia): From west, We are all common to stories about men who served at the front during World War II , but in this book, we’ll get to know about the battles women had to face every day to protect their children and family.
Vianne Mauriac is a school teacher living in a small countryside along her childhood sweetheart and husband, Antoine and their daughter, Sophie. One day, Antoine is ordered to report to the front leaving Vianne alone to protect her daughter and their home.
Isabelle Rosignol ( Vianne’s younger sister) is a reckless young girl being transferred…
Uncover the Top Spiritual Writings from the World and Gain Valuable Life Lessons.
The Top Religious Texts From Around the World Teach Us These Valuable Lessons About Life The top-selling books of an era offer a peek into what people of that time are seeking. The popularity of self-help and relationship books today shows that people crave understanding of themselves, rules for living, and deeper connections with others. […]
The author’s book The Shadows
The First Book of the Dark Sentinels Series Sixteen-year-old Roz are on a ghost hunt, but end up finding more than they bargained for—is it ghosts, aliens…or…both? Roz, who is hoping for a fresh start in Las Vegas with her father, is haunted by ghosts haunting her home and her possessions being rearranged. Despite her …
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Reader Review: “Hello Stunning”
by Shetreadssoftly: Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano is a very highly recommended, poignant and complex family saga. One of the best novels and character studies I’ve read this year. Absolutely excellent!
William Waters grew up feeling completely isolated and unloved by his parents. One world he was accepted in was playing basketball and so he embraced that identity. When Julia Padavano, an assertive young woman who knows what she wants, meets him during their freshman year of college, she decides William will be her boyfriend. She introduces him to her three sisters: Sylvie, Cecelia, and Emeline and then has him come…
Exploring Wales through Literature: Owen Sheers’ The Gospel of Us
Owen Sheers: The Gospel of Us, Seren Books, 2012. I wanted to take part for the first time ever in the #ReadingWales (aka #Dewithon) reading event in March hosted by Paula the Book Jotter, in which book lovers from all parts of the world are encouraged to read, discuss and review literature by and about … Continue reading #ReadingWales: The Gospel of Us by Owen Sheers
Explore the Guide to Punctuation & Symbols with ‘Snails & Monkey Tails: A Visual Guide’ by Michael Arndt
Non-fiction – hardcover; HQ; 160 pages; 2022. And now for something completely different. As a self-confessed “word nerd” (and someone who has just spent the best part of eight weeks writing a copy style guide in my new role at work), I couldn’t resist buying Michael Arndt’s Snails & Monkey Tails when I saw it… Continue reading ‘Snails & Monkey Tails: A Visual Guide to Punctuation & Symbols’ by Michael Arndt