Tell the Wolves I’m Home, by Carol Rifka Brunt

Tell the Wolves I’m Home, by Carol Rifka Brunt

What a beautiful story! Debut author Carol Rifka Brunt weaves such a lovely heartfelt tale of love, grief, and renewal. I finished Tell the Wolves I’m Home several months ago and the characters have stayed with me ever since. The novel opens in 1987....
Longbourn, by Jo Baker

Longbourn, by Jo Baker

I became interested in this novel because I am a fan of Jane Austen, and Pride & Prejudice is one of my favorite classics. And, like many other reviewers, at first I was concerned that Longbourn would simply be a re-imagining of P&P itself, but thankfully,...
Miller’s Valley, by Anna Quindlen

Miller’s Valley, by Anna Quindlen

I am a fan of Anna Quindlen’s work. Miller’s Valley is her third novel I’ve read, and I admire her confident, skillful prose. Her ability to capture the voice of the narrator just sweeps you away. You almost feel like a friend is telling you the...
The Golden Age, by Joan London

The Golden Age, by Joan London

When I tell friends about the book I’ve been reading, they scrunch up their faces and say that it sounds depressing. The Golden Age, by Joan London, takes place in a polio rehabilitation home for children in 1950s Western Australia. I can understand why the...

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