Drama, Historical fiction

Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield

This year is shaping out to be quite an interesting one in every way. I went back to my language class, something that I started last year. I had effectively been a recluse since I arrived in HK and it felt good to feel like part of something slightly bigger than my home ;). My… Continue reading Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield

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Chick lit

Wildflower Park 1 & 2 by Bella Osborne

I received an advance copy of the first three parts of the series thanks to the publishers and NetGalley. I am reviewing only the first two here, so that I can review the next two when I get my hands on the fourth. The only error I made was not to check the size of… Continue reading Wildflower Park 1 & 2 by Bella Osborne

Chick lit, Feel good

The Hopes and Dreams of Lucy Baker by Jenni Keer

I have to start this blog post by saying that I finally found a friendship done right, in a way that I could sympathize and empathize with in this book. The last year had quite a few such relationships, friendships between octogenarians and young reclusive women. There will be more such in the coming year also (I… Continue reading The Hopes and Dreams of Lucy Baker by Jenni Keer

Chick lit, Mystery

Running from Arrows (A Running Store Mystery #2) by T.C. Wescott

The last book by this author that I reviewed was :  . I saw this book up for review on NetGalley and since I have pre approval from the publishers (thankfully) I jumped at the chance and downloaded it. Now, usually I would have pushed it down the line considering I have such a long… Continue reading Running from Arrows (A Running Store Mystery #2) by T.C. Wescott