At the beginning of this year, I vowed to read more light-hearted books. However, I struggled to find books that I didn’t find cheesy. Finally, after seven months of reading, I’ve found a light-hearted book that’s right up my street.
Picking up a new Penny White book is like coming home. The sense of familiarity it brings comforts me every time – even in this crazy year we are experiencing.
My favorite era for reading historical fiction is the time around WWII. However, as you can imagine, after reading many of these types of books, things can become repetitive. So, I was happy to be provided with a different angle in Clouds of Love and War.
Tennessee Greenbecker is a character that will stay with me for a long time.
Readers who like stories that have a Judas in a seemingly tight-knitted friendship will appreciate The House Party.
Who’s ready for some more serial killer stories? I know I always am. Whatever that says about me, I don’t know…
I’m delving into the world of non-fiction today with a memoir I’m sure you’ll enjoy.
My oh my, what a book this was! I even forfeited a sunny Sunday to plough through this one.
We are all aware of how deadly a pandemic can be. But what if a virus could be used by the government to wipe out specific groups?
I’m one of the first to put up their hands and say “WWII books and films are overdone”. But then you get a cracker that you just can’t resist sharing.