Thursday, November 29, 2018

November Reading List

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Women in the Castle was an excellent read about the lives of a few women in Germany during the second world war. They were connected through the resistance work their husbands were involved it to try and defeat Hitler. While the book was immersed in the war, the characters were really just trying to survive in the best way they could. They each had very different stories and strategies and were all very easy to empathize with. I liked that they were real and had flaws. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys stories about strong women and historical fiction.

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Bellewether by Susannah Kearsley did not disappoint! I have loved every book by this author. She has a way describing people and places so that I can see them in my mind without getting bogged down in too much detail. I love how her books move and continue to inform about the characters and story line throughout the book. There's no waiting to the end to get to the good stuff. While The Winter Sea remains my favorite book by her, I do love everything she's written. Highly recommend!

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  1. I have a recommendation for you this month. Bookshelf of yesterdays by Ann Meyerson. A long-lost relative sends the heroine on a literary quest to learn a secret about her past. Nothing exceptional, but an enjoyable read.

  2. I have just recently discovered Susannah Kearsley. I am reading the Shadowy Horses right now. Last month I read Mariana. She pulls me into her stories from the first page.


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