One might wonder what the early fifth century Byzantine world would have been like if Aelia Pulcheria was not around and her younger brother Theodosius II was led by other ambitious men? 473 more words
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In her debut novel, Andria Williams gives a fictionalized account of a meltdown that occurred (in real life also) in Idaho Falls, Idaho. The narrative is intimate, the characters palpable; all told, this was a strong read. 476 more words
This one's been a long time coming, and today it has been released to the public, so I'm reblogging it. Enjoy!
A few years ago I read and reviewed this author’s first memoir, Why I Left the Amish. Her reasons were compelling, some of them inherent in the Amish tradition, others probably atypical of most Amish families, but all together they provided a powerful impetus, that little voice inside all but the dullest that cries out, “Man the life boats! 944 more words
Warning: Some spoilers for the plot follow.
Thanks to the great folks over at NetGalley, I recently had the chance to read Sophie Perinot’s newest historical novel, 762 more words