A Man Called Ove is such a uniquely poignant yet boisterous story and everyone should read it. Don’t get me wrong, you will probably get as many laughs as tears out of this story.
The Sisters Hemingway is a pleasant and fast-paced novel that focuses on family secrets and the bond of sisterhood.
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon was recommended to me. I had honestly only ever heard of this book because it’s on so many ‘lists’ and because I LOVE lists, I decided not to ignore this recommendation and actually picked up a copy of this MASSIVE book. I was not expecting an 850 page monster so I decided to be strategic and read it as my last book of 2018. And I loved it. I fell in love with the story and the characters and I couldn’t get enough. So much so, that I devoured all 850 pages in around 6 days.
I felt empowered and inspired after reading her words and encouragement and I hope you will read this and find the same positive energy that I did. And I truly hope you will pass the encouragement along to others.
If you’re looking for a relatively short suspenseful novel, check out The Other Woman. It will be perfect for getting you into the mood for darker and twistier novels as the seasons change.
Sager’s writing will lure you to the point of no return.
Franqui’s writing and expert storytelling come together to form a novel with a very strong message that truly needs to be heard more often. The novel follows the story of a Bengali widow, Pival, who begins a road trip through America with the ultimate goal of finding her son but also finds acceptance on the way.
A fun read that is light hearted and a perfectly refreshing read for the Spring.
Review: Good Neighbors
With a story you can’t put down and a twist that leaves you doing a double take…
Is The Woman in the Window the greatest mystery or suspense novel of all time?
Is it a good book to read with an interesting story and an intriguing plot?