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Book Review: America’s First Daughter by Stephanie Dray & Laura Kamoie

Book Review: America’s First Daughter by Stephanie Dray & Laura Kamoie

As you can tell by my other book reviews, I love historical fiction. I love finding out about actual historical events as they are woven into a fictional story. It can be difficult to find books that are researched enough to be considered historically accurate and I have definitely found this accuracy with these authors. America’s First Daughter is the debut novel by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie. In my opinion, they checked everything off the list that I look…

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Book Review: The Midwife Series by Jodi Daynard

Book Review: The Midwife Series by Jodi Daynard

The Midwife Series by Jodi Daynard This series by Jodi Daynard is centered around the times right before, during and after the American Revolution. It is a trilogy that tells the story of Lizzie Boylston and the friends she meets along her journey. Book 1: The Midwife’s Revolt Author: Jodi Daynard Narrator: Julia Whelan Listening Time: 12 hours and 37 Minutes My Rating:  ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ On a dark night in 1775, Lizzie Boylston is awakened by the sound of cannons. From…

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Book Reviews featuring The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

Book Reviews featuring The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

In July, my books still find me venturing into the WWII and post war eras but in a more relaxed way than in June. Both of the books I am featuring this month, The Guernsey Literally and Potato Peel Pie Society and The Secret Keeper are both from that era but are more about friendships that just happen to be set in a historical time period. Book: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society Author: Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie…

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Book Review: Lilac Girls & Secrets of a Charmed Life

Book Review: Lilac Girls & Secrets of a Charmed Life

The books that I read this month were both great historical fiction novels and both are centered around World War II. Although these  books focused on the same era, the perspectives of each were completely different. “Lilac Girls” focused on Poland and the women’s prison at Ravensbrück. Then, “Secrets of a Charmed Life” centered around the evacuation of the children in London, England. Both of these books encapsulate an era that needs to be remembered so the travesties are never…

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Book Review: Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate

Book Review: Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate

In an effort to try and mix things up a little, I have decided to post a book review as my first post of every month. I am an avid listener of books. My Hemiplegic Migraines sometimes makes reading a chore and, on my bad days, it is nice to let the soothing voice of a narrator whisk you away. Because of this, i will be including my review of the narrator as well. Before We Were Yours By: Lisa…

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Book Review: Coming Home by Rosamund Pilcher

Book Review: Coming Home by Rosamund Pilcher

Because of my migraines, I find that I am often not able to read books. I have learned to thoroughly enjoy Audiobooks from Audible. I can play them at a comfortable volume and it helps distract me through my pain. So, I have decided to include an occasional, short book review on my blog to share my love of audio books.) Coming Home by Rosamund Pilcher Narrated by: Helen Johns Length: 40 hours and 36 minutes First thing about this…

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