This one's been a long time coming, and today it has been released to the public, so I'm reblogging it. Enjoy!
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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
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
Joan of Arc, wearing a breastplate and brandishing her banner, rode at the head of the uncrowned Charles VII’s army and into history. She led the French to a famous victory by routing the English at the Siege of Orleans in 1429. 1,576 more words