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Tag Archives: Historical fiction
Book Review – The Kitchen Tales by Sally Nansen
Looking for something sweet, short and nostalgic? Artist, author and illustrator, Sally Nansen’s The Kitchen Tales is worth a read!
Book Review: Cilka’s Journey by Heather Morris
From the author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz comes Cilka’s Journey. The much anticipated sequel, a testament to human survival.
Book review: In The Neighborhood of True by Susan Carlton
A timely, young adult romance that examines religion, race and fitting in. In The Neighborhood of True is a beautiful and thought-provoking read.
The Last Letter From Juliet – Melanie Hudson
A historical fiction with an inspiring woman at the heart of the story. Uplifting and entertaining, but does it just fall short? No spoilers here! However, there is a discount code at the end of the post for Once Upon a Book Club.
The Tattooist Of Auschwitz – Heather Morris
A deeply horrifying, yet beautiful written story of a couple’s survival of the holocaust. This book moved me to tears and is important for us all to read.