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Us Three

by Ruth Jones This is an uplifting, feel good and funny book with some sorrow that you definitely won't want to put down. I haven't read anything by Ruth Jones before so I didn't know what to expect. I enjoyed this book so much, and I think any woman of a certain age will be… Continue reading Us Three

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Dear Edward

by Ann Napolitano I enjoyed this book but I still have mixed feelings about it. Which I can't quite put my finger on. The other thing that I found a bit confusing while reading the book, is that it keeps going back in time. To the lives of the people who perished in the plane… Continue reading Dear Edward

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Your Perfect Year

by Charlotte Lucas, Translated by Alison Layland This was my Amazon First Read choice for October. Out of this months choices this book appealed to me the most. To see what October's book choices were go to Amazon First Read's for October. I've read many books that have been translated and some of them have… Continue reading Your Perfect Year

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The Beekeeper of Aleppo

by Christy Lefteri This is a really good book and I would put it in the category alongside Khaled Hossenin's "A Thousand Splendid Suns", and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's "Half of A Yellow Sun". This story is about Nuri and his wife Afra, who find them themselves seeking asylum in the UK, but before then we… Continue reading The Beekeeper of Aleppo

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The Glittering Hour

By Iona Grey What a great book this is. I found it very hard to put down, but the closer I got to the end of the book I started to slow my reading pace as I just didn't want it to end! The story flits between the Roaring 20's and the 1930's. Where the… Continue reading The Glittering Hour