This was seriously a five star read for me. I highly recommend reading it. The ending left me wanting the story to continue. I‘d read the heck out of a sequel!
I‘m sorry y‘all...some of the depictions in this book were beautiful. I‘ll give it that. But, I just do not understand all the hype. This one fell short for me.
“A young woman in 1940s London who longs to be a war correspondent inadvertently becomes a secret advice columnist.”
The protagonist has a lot of spunk (as do many of her friends). While this story had it‘s fair share of tragedy, it was not outweighed by whimsy. That‘s what made it so fantastic! Very much worth a read.
These bookmarks are the bee‘s knees! (Especially if you have little humans that get ahold of your books.) Gone are the days of finding my place after my children have misplaced the hair tie, candy wrapper, or whatever other miscellaneous thing I‘d been using to mark where I‘d last left off! Woot!
You ever have a book jump out at you when you least expect it and you just have to have it? I was at the grocery store of all places, and they had a shopping cart full of bargain books. So glad I picked this up!