Monthly Archives: May 2007

Animal Dreams by Barbara Kingsolver

I struggled with this book. I have tried several times to get beyond the first 60 pages, but can’t. A huge shame, but there is something about the way the author writes that I struggle with. I had similar feelings … Continue reading

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Blue Slipper Bay by Wendy K Harris

Started this book, while sitting in the departure lounge at Bristol airport sipping a iced mocha from Starbucks, complete with cream, to cheer me up for a delayed flight. That was Tuesday evening and by Wednesday night, in Leeds I … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Great Mysterious by Lorna Landvik

I wasn’t convinced that I was enjoying this books, then all of a sudden I was caught up in the depths of the book, enjoying as a Geneva starts to bond and feel comfortable with her Nephew Rick. Like , … Continue reading

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The Boy Who Loved Anne Frank: A Novel by Ellen Feldman

This book was a work of fiction based upon a true event, and I was mid way through the book before I re-read the dust jacket. The families of Peter and Anne went into hiding in Holland during World War … Continue reading

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The Friday Night Knitting Club by Kate Jacobs

The gentle story of Georgia and her daughter Dakota. Georgia is a single mum. James, Dakota’s father moved from the USA to France and Georgia was left to raise their baby alone. Through a meeting with a lady in the … Continue reading

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