Why have I never read Rose Tremain until now?! This book is gorgeous!
4 weeks left of the term! #mlis
This companion novel to Life After Life follows Ursula‘s brother, Teddy, through his time in World War II, his courtship and marriage to Nancy, his dealings with his obnoxiously selfish daughter, Violet, and his special relationship with his grandchildren.
If you enjoy WWII historical novels with quality character development and introspective and lovely writing, then this is a book for you.
Overly ambitious January TBR:
1. The Artist's Way
2. The Old Curiosity Shop
3. A God In Ruins
4. The Bone Clocks
5. The Golden Notebook
6. The Small House at Allington
7. Hope in the Dark (ebook, not pictured)
Poetry from the past two issues of Poetry. Winter Hours by Mary Oliver, Night Sky with Exit Wounds by Ocean Vuong, and selections from The Vintage Book of Contemporary American Poetry
Also, library school textbooks
loving this holiday read!
reading with Persy Jane