Wow! This book was so good but it breaks my heart that it‘s a true story. Tara Westover is such a strong, inspiring woman and I thank her for being brave enough to write her story. 5/5 ⭐️
Hi everyone! I know I have been away from Litsy for awhile but I have a good reason! I just finished my last university final (!!) and have been spending lots of time with my new nephew. I sadly haven‘t read a single book in what feels like forever so I am very excited to have the time again to read for fun! Looking forward to starting this one very soon.
I‘m an auntie!!! Already so in love with this little guy 🥰
Sometimes all you need is a change of scenery! I‘ve been struggling lately to find the motivation to write my last term paper for university but all I needed was a different location! Already written a few pages this morning. :)
My reading for the next week! I enjoy reading about Roman history for my university class but I will be very happy to read what I want, when I want once I graduate in April!
Since I am almost finished The Dutch Wife, does anyone have any recommendations for me to read next?
I really enjoyed this book. Joanna Goodman did a great job in drawing the reader in early, a huge deal for me when it comes to reading. I have been reading a lot of historical fiction recently based during WW2 so this was a nice break from that! I never knew about this point in history in Quebec and the divide between the English and the French Canadians. Must read!