The Secret Wife: A Book Review

This was our November book club read. The Secret Wife by Gill Paul. When I first cracked these pages I was instantly absorbed into Kitty's life in London. She had found out her husband was cheating on her all the while she also inherited her great grandfather's remote cabin in Northern American. Convenient, yes but... Continue Reading →

City of Girls: Book Review

City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert, a book review. Vivian is an old woman approached with a question from a girl trying to make connections to someone they both share. The girl wants to know what Vivian was to her father, our only clue is given, it's a man. Told in the first person, Vivian... Continue Reading →

Small Great Things: Book Review

Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult. I very much enjoyed this story. It's told from the first-person point of view between three characters. A white-female lawyer, a male white-supremacist, and a black-female nurse. This book is about racism in today's society and how actions of the community repress some and catapult others. I felt the... Continue Reading →

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