Things Unsaid is my favorite type of book -the introspection of a family from multiple points of view. Jules and her siblings come together to assist their parents and thus the tension mounts. I really enjoyed the varying perspectives from which the story was told, issues being turned and turned, so the facets of one […]
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This was a magical book that hit all five of my senses. A time period and piece of culture I knew nothing about, so fascinating, yet timeless and universal. Anjali is a talented author and I am so looking forward to reading her future work!
Loved the book. So many important issues and complicated characters twisted together. Subtle and nuanced, just like life! No easy answers!!
Circling My Mother: A Memoir by Mary Gordon This book made me cry. As an only child / daughter of a difficult alcoholic mother, as the the product of a marriage that was a mistake…. I felt Mary Gordon’s confusion in coming to grips with her mother as my own. I love my mother as […]
I felt like I was joining three wonderful women on a trip to Equador. The healing ceremonies with shamans were described with such sensory detail. There are several twists which keep the book moving along quickly and even though I was starting to guess how each woman might find healing, I was surprised and uplifted.
A fun read that turns out to have multiple resolved plot points.