I’m blown away, exhausted, and deeply completely satisfied once again by the intense narrative, exquisite prose, and deeply moving story within this novel. I dived into this wonderful book over the weekend with all the […]
A journey through my Mum's library, reading, reviewing and gifting forward her beloved books
Tag: WWII books
66. ‘Charlotte Gray’ by Sebastian Faulks
The third and final volume in the French trilogy, this is wonderful – and fine to read as a stand alone novel, although if you have read ‘Birdsong’ and ‘The Girl at the Lion D’Or’ […]
22. ‘Noonday’ by Pat Barker.
I had hoped to have this ready to publish for Fathers Day here in the UK, in memory of and honour of my adoptive father, Fred. As I told you all in my last review, […]