#349 ~ Miss Entropia and the Adam Bomb

Miss Entropia and the Adam Bomb by George Rabasa Published by: Unbridled Books Published on: April 2011 Page Count: 336 Genre: Fiction My Reading Format: eGalley downloaded from NetGalley Available Formats: Paperback and eBook My Review Adam in not a stable young man. He comes from a well-to-do family, but he is unable to cope […]

#152 ~ Laura Rider’s Masterpiece

Laura Rider’s Masterpiece by Jane Hamilton Laura Rider leads an ordinary Midwestern life.  She and her husband Charlie own and run a thriving nursery and neither one of them have ever strayed far from their hometowns, let alone Wisconsin.  Laura is gifted at designing beautiful gardens and Charlie does the heavy lifting and is gifted […]

#133 ~ The Sister

The Sister by Poppy Adams, read by Juliet Mills Virginia Stone, a 70 year old spinster, lives alone with her moths at Bulburrow Court, her family’s mansion.  She is an eccentric old woman who grew up during WWII and its aftermath.  She is peculiar, most especially about time and tea.  To say she is set […]

#106 ~ The Torn Skirt

The Torn Skirt by Rebecca Godfrey This novel tells the story of a lost teenager named Sara Shaw whose mother chose to stay in a commune, leaving her hippy father to raise her.  Sara isn’t sure where she fits in – at home or at school.  She spent her afternoons with the burnout boys until […]