Tag Archives: fiction

Bombs Away

The Light Over London by Julia Kelly turned-out to be a big disappointment for me. Even though I generally find merit in many World War II themed fiction books, I was kicking myself for following this one all the way … Continue reading

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The Grudge

If Beale Street Could Talk by James Baldwin was recently made into a movie which was nominated for an Academy Award. Although I have yet to see the film, I decided to read the novel. Published in 1974, this is … Continue reading

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Servant of God

A Voice in the Wind (Mark of the Lion #1) by Francine Rivers is another novel my niece Laura recommended. I am grateful because I enjoyed the message and also the historical nature of the book. This novel takes place … Continue reading

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A Lesson In Humility

The Keys of the Kingdom by AJ Cronin was published in 1941 and later made into a movie which I have seen and enjoyed. It is a fictional story about a Scottish boy named Francis who is orphaned at a … Continue reading

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Three Musketeers

The End of Loneliness by Benedict Wells is a new fiction release on the shelves. Translated from the original German, the emotion filled story is one I enjoyed very much. Told in the first-person by Jules who is the youngest … Continue reading

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The Upper Crust

The Late George Apley by John P Marquand is a Pulitzer Prize winning novel. Published in 1937, the fictional story recounts the life of a wealthy Bostonian gentleman. Told in the voice of the late Apley’s close friend who is, … Continue reading

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Bird’s Eye View

Everything Here is Beautiful by Mira T Lee is a fictional novel about Chinese-American sisters named Lucia and Miranda. It is a story about mental illness told by an omniscient narrator who offers insights on Lucia’s mental illness through the … Continue reading

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