Tag Archives: Alice Hoffman

An Accident

Faithful by Alice Hoffman reinforced my admiration for her work. In this novel, a seventeen-year-old girl named Shelby is driving a car when it hits a patch of ice causing permanent brain damage to her best friend who was riding … Continue reading

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Lasting Impression

The Marriage of Opposites is a new novel by one of my favorite authors, Alice Hoffman. This story is based on the family of Camille Pissarro the well-known impressionist artist. The story traces the history of his ancestors and their plight to … Continue reading

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Masada

I just finished reading The Dovekeepers by Alice Hoffman and realized I’d been holding my breath.  What a phenomenal story!  It is one not to be missed. I have heard the story of Masada many times over the course of … Continue reading

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Lost Souls

The Third Angel is the first book I’ve read by Alice Hoffman.  She has a number of books to her credit, and after reading this book, I think I will look more closely at her body of work.  The reason … Continue reading

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