Monthly Archives: October 2012

Cloud Atlas, David Mitchell

This is a brilliant novel, although I have discovered that my brain is certainly not measuring up to the task of comprehending its entire plot. I will need to do further research into its analysis. Listening on an Ipod constricted … Continue reading

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The Distant Hours, Kate Morton

Fans of Kate Morton will surely love this book. As with her previous novels, she has woven a truly compelling tale overflowing with mysterious themes which capture the reader’s interest. Reality and unreality conjoin like twin shadows, often forcing the … Continue reading

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Dreams of Joy, Lisa See

I know I am bucking the trend here, but while I enjoyed “Shanghai Girls” enormously and hoped for a sequel, this book truly disappointed me. I gave it three stars because the author does put pen to paper very well, … Continue reading

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