A brilliant conclusion to The Wayfarer Trilogy. Well worth a read - but best read the books in order.
I couldn‘t put it down! This is a short, thought provoking novel dealing with the lives of people involved when a baby is adopted. Most perceptive and very clever. I enjoyed it so much that I read it in one sitting.
I always bought 2 copies of books by @JoanLivingston and gave one to my Mum, who loved them. When I ordered Checking the Traps recently I forgot to take into account Mum‘s death.....😢
This was a recent book of the month in our book club. I hadn‘t read anything by the author before - but it is a brilliant historical novel & I highly recommend it.
I really wanted to like this book - and I did enjoy most of it, but, as this is the third book in the Promise Falls Trilogy, there was a lot of re-visiting for those who hadn‘t read the earlier books or had forgotten. Also when we ended up with Celeste, Cal & Crystal all together there were too many initial Cs. That said, the conclusion was clever & I didn‘t see it coming.
Who will be the first person to show off with their new copy of Hunter‘s Force today? You can get it here now! mybook.to/huntersforce
I have just finished the much feted novel The House Between the Tides by Sarah Maine. It was an interesting story that held my interest. It tells the story of a house and estate on a remote Scottish island and the families living in it and affected by it. However the story did jump back and forth in time and it was confusing to have many characters with similar names. The conclusion was rather predictable.