Synopsis: The Doll Factory, the debut novel by Elizabeth Macneal, is an intoxicating story of art, obsession and possession. London. 1850. The Great Exhibition is being erected in Hyde Park and among the crowd watching the spectacle two people meet. For Iris, an aspiring artist, it is the encounter of a moment – forgotten seconds later, … Continue reading Book Review: The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal
Author: Christy Lefteri Publisher: Bonnier Zaffre Series or Standalone: Standalone Genre: Fiction Source: This book was sent to me free of charge in exchange for a review via Readers First. Goodreads Rating: 4.49 🌳Buy it on Amazon🌳 "sometimes we create such powerful illusions, so that we do not get lost in the dark” Synopsis: In the midst of war, he found love In the midst of darkness, he … Continue reading Book Review: The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy Lefteri
I'm going to prepare myself for some serious gasps and shouts of "how could you!" with this list! Keep reading to see some popular books I've not read yet and whether I ever plan to read them... 1.The Harry Potter Series by J.K.Rowling https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1474154022l/3.jpg I know... I know... I don't know how this happened either. … Continue reading Popular Books I Haven’t Read…
There's a lot of things in fiction books and movies that I wish were real Fairies, Demigods, Dragons the list goes on. But what about Food? There have been countless times where I've wanted to reach into a page or a screen and just eat the scrummy food...based on that here is my top 5 fictional foods that I would most like to try.
he Story of Lale Sokolov is sadly not based on fiction, so I cannot in any capacity critique the story, only the storytelling. I was amazed by Lale’s ability to survive and the way he put himself at risk to take care of others. This story showed how even in the worst imaginable conditions hope could be found, friendships could be made and lives can be saved. The love story was of course very special and beautiful especially as its true. However, I didn't find myself emotionally affected until the authors note where we learn what happened to Lale and Gita after the war.