August Pullman was born with a facial difference that, up until now, has prevented him from going to a mainstream school. Starting 5th grade at Beecher Prep, he wants nothing more than to be treated as an ordinary kid – but his new classmates can’t get past Auggie’s extraordinary face.
WONDER, now a #1 New York Times bestseller and included on the Texas Bluebonnet Award master list, begins from Auggie’s point of view, but soon switches to include his classmates, his sister, her boyfriend, and others.
These perspectives converge in a portrait of one community’s struggle with empathy, compassion, and acceptance.
NATIONAL BESTSELLER – NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE – A story of love that won’t let go–no matter what! “A literary masterpiece, reminding us that God’s love is unconditional. “–Debbie Macomber California’s gold country, 1850.
A time when men sold their souls for a bag of gold and women sold their bodies for a place to sleep. Angel expects nothing from men but betrayal. Sold into prostitution as a child, she survives by keeping her hatred alive.
And what she hates most are the men who use her, leaving her empty and dead inside. Then she meets Michael Hosea, a man who seeks his Father’s heart in everything. Michael obeys God’s call to marry Angel and to love her unconditionally.
Slowly, day by day, he defies Angel’s every bitter expectation, until despite her resistance, her frozen heart begins to thaw. But with her unexpected softening comes overwhelming feelings of unworthiness and fear.
And so Angel runs. Back to the darkness, away from her husband’s pursuing love, terrified of the truth she no longer can deny: her final healing must come from the One who loves her even more than Michael does.
the One who will never let her go. A powerful retelling of the story of Gomer and Hosea, Redeeming Love is a life-changing story of God’s unconditional, redemptive, all-consuming love. Includes a six-part reading group guide!.
Oh my, what a beautiful book! I cried many times throughout the twist and turns between Sarah (Angel) and Michael. The final chapter where things come back together was breathtaking! The epilogue though, had me utterly sobbing tears of joy for these characters.
She thought she would not be able to have children and they had many. It is a romance, however it is NOT a steamy romance. It is based on the book of Hosea and I am so glad I read it!.
WOW!!!! This book is really good and hard to put down! Poor little Sarah who at 8 years old had horrible things done to her by wicked men and has grown up to be ice cold from the inside out. Prostitution was all she knew.
but then she meets Michael who falls completely in love with her and marries her. Will she be damaged goods for life? Will she fall in love with Michael or will she run back to what she knows? God’s hand is so awesome in this book.
You just gotta read it. Don’t be intimidated by almost 500 pages. Its bigger lettering, adequate spacing and well written. The chapters are only 3-6 pages long. I love Francine Rivers books 🙂 Bobbie in PA.
It is the 1850 in California, and the gold rush is well underway. Men are in overabundance, and the few women that reside there live in brothels and pleasure palaces. Angel is one such woman, though not by choice.
Sold to a man in a brothel as a child, she barely remembers the happier days before her mother died. She is haunted by memories of her father, her broken-hearted mother, her cruel grandparents and life in the enchanting little cottage before everything went wrong.
The only thing that keeps her alive is her hatred. Hatred towards the man who bought her, hatred towards the men she is forced to take care of, and hatred towards God Himself for giving her life and then keeping her alive.
Even after she is free of her original master, she ends up in Pair-A-Dice working in another brothel because she knows no other way to live. Then Michael Hosea rides into town. Intrigued by the cold, hard, icy demeanor of a woman so young and beautiful, he is compelled by Someone greater than himself to seek her out and marry her.
It is a mission that he himself is scarcely prepared to carry out. Despite Michael’s tender love for the prostitute he only knows as “Angel” and his patience in waiting for her to be ready to receive his love as it was meant to be – she continually runs away from him.
Again and again she leaves Michael behind. At first, she leaves him because she doesn’t want to belong to another man. Then she leaves him because she loves him. Will Michael ever be able to demonstrate God’s love to a woman who refuses to see the truth and be helped? And will Angel ever willingly receive love from the Father who will never let her down? I read this book ten years ago, and it is just the kind of book you want to read over and over again.
No matter what point you are in your life, this book is such a wonderful reminder that God’s love for us never changes, expires, or wavers. Angel is the lowest of the low, yet God raises her up to be the woman He intended her to be.
Obviously, one has questions as to how God allows horrible things to happen to people. But God has a plan in everything, and no matter what happens in our lives, God is there, He is watching, and He is in control.
Rivers has written a book that is for everybody, regardless of age, race, denomination, or sex. It will open your eyes to God’s love and will remind you that no matter what, God is always present. This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review.
The sexy, action-packed first book in the #1 New York Times bestselling Court of Thorns and Roses series from Sarah J. – When nineteen-year-old huntress Feyre kills a wolf in the woods, a terrifying creature arrives to demand retribution.
Dragged to a treacherous magical land she knows about only from legends, Feyre discovers that her captor is not truly a beast, but one of the lethal, immortal faeries who once ruled her world. – At least, he’s not a beast all the time.
– As she adapts to her new home, her feelings for the faerie, Tamlin, transform from icy hostility into a fiery passion that burns through every lie she’s been told about the beautiful, dangerous world of the Fae.
But something is not right in the faerie lands. An ancient, wicked shadow is growing, and Feyre must find a way to stop it, or doom Tamlin—and his world—forever. – From bestselling author Sarah J. Maas comes a seductive, breathtaking book that blends romance, adventure, and faerie lore into an unforgettable read.
This review is coming from someone who loved the series itself and think it definitely worth a read. Sarah J. Maas sets up a lot of characters and plot points for the series itself in her first novel, so overall this is my least favourite in the series however it serves its purpose of a good first novel.
Feyre is an interesting character and I like her because she grows and changes throughout the series. I feel a lot of fantasy novels have characters that throw themselves into dangerous situations and come out of it with no repercussions on their character.
Feyre shows the damage this can do to a person overall which you don’t often see in novels. Despite this being my least favourite in the series I did enjoy this novel overall, but the series does only get better from here.
As a side note, there is also a glossary of names relevant to the series and how to pronounce them in the book, this should be mandatory in fantasy series.
How anyone could love this book is beyond me. The writing seems haphazard and lazy and the main character is incredibly irritating. There’s a bunch of plot points that are conveniently wrapped up with magic which was annoying and a bunch of innocent souls who die because of the main character and she seems totally fine about it.
I guess if you’re a “hysterical” 15 year old you might really enjoy this book but as an adult woman , I have no desire to be immersed in the life of a drama loving martyr who wont take anyone’s advice, communicate with anyone properly or exercise any common sense.
ALSO, if she lives in perpetual magical Spring – why does every metal thing she touches “bite into her flesh”?!? every second paragraph, something is biting into her flesh when she touches it.
This series is going to capture you (or not, I’m not pychic). This first book in the series is fun, angsty, romatic. I’ll be honest though, it didn’t wow me as much as I expected it to when I saw how hyped it was – it didn’t quite give me all the vibes, but I was still hooked with the world, and with the main character Feyre, and I was keen to see where the rest of this journey would go.
More then anything I wanted to see her grow into the ‘strong female character’ that everyone was telling me she would be. The journey does not disappoint. – Older YA (rest of the series is NA and increasingly spicy) – forced proximity + enemies to lovers (kinda) – girl saves the day.
In 2006, a groundbreaking feature-length film revealed the great mystery of the universe – The Secret. Later that year, Rhonda Byrne followed with a book that became a worldwide bestseller. Fragments of a Great Secret have been found in the oral traditions, in literature, in religions and philosophies throughout the centuries.
For the first time, all the pieces of The Secret come together in an incredible revelation that will be life-transforming for all who experience it. In this book, you’ll learn how to use The Secret in every aspect of your life – money, health, relationships, happiness, and in every interaction you have in the world.
You’ll begin to understand the hidden, untapped power that’s within you, and this revelation can bring joy to every aspect of your life. The Secret contains wisdom from modern-day teachers – men and women who have used it to achieve health, wealth and happiness.
By applying the knowledge of The Secret, they bring to light compelling stories of eradicating obstacles, and achieving what many would regard as impossible. Discover the book which has been changing millions of lives around the world.
No matter who you are, where you are right now, no matter what you want – when you realise The Secret you can have anything.
Although there were certain ideas that were helpful, those were not original. Clearly a positive smiling person is bound to be more attractive to others in every way and therefore get better responses from them/life than those who are negative and downbeat.
This is a good reminder in itself for anyone. But this is the power of positive thinking and doesn’t guarantee a result, just an easier passage through life. This book makes much bigger claims that belief and visualisation of the outcome you desire will make the outcome happen through some sort of quantum physics effect on the universe.
This side I found a lovely idea but somewhat fanciful. The inclusion of all sorts of philosophers and doctors and selected quotes from the old philosophers is clever marketing but doesn’t make it true.
It focusses a lot on the wish for material gain. I could only wonder what three salesman all in possession of the secret pitching for the same sales deal would result in. Beautifully presented books but utterly unscientific or convincing.
But positive thinking is definitely a more productive way forward in life in terms of relationships and personal happiness. There are better books on this.
absolutely amazing and brilliant so much so that i have ordered 3 more copies. for Christmas presents for my mum , she loves reading books and this will help her with the loss of my dad. they are also for each of our two daughters’ who have been such a lot this past year with the loss of their grandad, and with health problems and mental health issues too.
this little book will help them a lot. i only got mine today and i am already feeling good about things and trying to think good things i love the book.
I’m so happy and grateful now that I got a chance to know about and read this book. Applying this in my life and turning it into a habit was difficult initially but it made a obvious difference in my life.
I worked in a job that I never got pay rise or appreciation. I always pretended to be fine as I was terribly in need of money for living. After reading this book many times, I got the courage to start my own business.
Now I also help other people to start their own business and live a life with freedom and happiness. There is ongoing personal development in my business that follows principles of this book. The idea was to start a business by myself but now when I look back all these things came together like doing own business plus ongoing personal development.
Please feel free to check www. kavyakris. com for more details. I feel, I ‘m the living example of the book secret. Thank you all.
Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Last Wish introduced the world to the iconic monster hunter Geralt of Rivia; his beloved ward and the prophesied savior of the world, Ciri; and his ally and true love, the powerful sorceress Yennefer–and they took the world by storm.
Now, experience the world of the Witcher like never before with this stunning deluxe hardcover edition of the story collection that started it all, featuring a beautiful new cover and eight gorgeous interior illustrations by a range of award-winning artists.
Geralt is a Witcher, a man whose magic powers, enhanced by long training and a mysterious elixir, have made him a brilliant fighter and a merciless hunter. Yet he is no ordinary killer. Both revered and hated, he seeks out the vile fiends that ravage the land and attack the innocent, holding the line against the monsters that plague the world.
But not everything monstrous-looking is evil; not everything fair is good. and in every fairy tale there is a grain of truth. Featuring illustrations by: Tommy Arnold, Kiri Østergaard Leonard, Bruce Brenneise, Jeremy Wilson, Jen Bartel, Allen Williams, Martina Fačková, and Winona Nelson Translated from original Polish by Danusia Stok Witcher story collections The Last Wish Sword of Destiny Witcher novels Blood of Elves The Time of Contempt Baptism of Fire The Tower of Swallows Lady of the Lake Season of Storms Hussite trilogy The Tower of Fools Warriors of God.
I got hooked on the witcher after playing the 3rd game never realizing there was a book series. If it weren’t for my responsibilities, I wouldnt have put the book down until I read it in whole. Being new to fantasy, it wasnt a hard read and I got into it right from the start.
Amazing characters, detailed monsters, I felt as if I had lived Geralts life in everything he had done within the book. I definitely recommend this book and entire series to any fantasy lover.
A troubled young mother yearns for a shot at redemption in this heartbreaking yet hopeful story from #1 New York Times bestselling author Colleen Hoover. After serving five years in prison for a tragic mistake, Kenna Rowan returns to the town where it all went wrong, hoping to reunite with her four-year-old daughter.
But the bridges Kenna burned are proving impossible to rebuild. Everyone in her daughter’s life is determined to shut Kenna out, no matter how hard she works to prove herself. The only person who hasn’t closed the door on her completely is Ledger Ward, a local bar owner and one of the few remaining links to Kenna’s daughter.
But if anyone were to discover how Ledger is slowly becoming an important part of Kenna’s life, both would risk losing the trust of everyone important to them. The two form a connection despite the pressure surrounding them, but as their romance grows, so does the risk.
Kenna must find a way to absolve the mistakes of her past in order to build a future out of hope and healing.
I am not at all a reader and I really enjoyed this book. Got it finished in two days because I just couldn’t put it down! It wasn’t scary or full of too many twists and turns which I liked. It’s such a beautiful story of love, loss and redemption with a beautiful ending.
Without giving too much away, Kenna made an unfortunate mistake that landed her in prison where she gave birth to a baby that was taken and her parental rights terminated. She gets out of prison and wants nothing more than to find and reunite with her baby and start a new life.
The people who have her baby want nothing to do with her and she has no one on her side to help her until, she meets a bar owner named Ledger. Ledger has a connection to someone from her past and present and is the only one who really takes a chance on her.
I did really enjoy reading this book. I completed this book in 2 days after it arrived. It tugged at my heart. It kept me interested. It did make me cry. The two negatives is that there is a feeling of repeating in the writing which I felt didn’t need, and two was the price at the time when I purchased it was on the high side, but as I’m writing this review it seems to have went down more to an affordable/excepable price.
Arrived reasonable fast at the time and packaged well.
New York Times Bestseller USA Today Bestseller The Globe and Mail Bestseller Publishers Weekly Bestseller Whose truth is the lie? Lowen Ashleigh is a struggling writer on the brink of financial ruin when she accepts the job offer of a lifetime.
Jeremy Crawford, husband of bestselling author Verity Crawford, has hired Lowen to complete the remaining books in a successful series his injured wife is unable to finish. Lowen arrives at the Crawford home, ready to sort through years of Verity’s notes and outlines, hoping to find enough material to get her started.
What Lowen doesn’t expect to uncover in the chaotic office is an unfinished autobiography Verity never intended for anyone to read. Page after page of bone-chilling admissions, including Verity’s recollection of the night her family was forever altered.
Lowen decides to keep the manuscript hidden from Jeremy, knowing its contents could devastate the already grieving father. But as Lowen’s feelings for Jeremy begin to intensify, she recognizes all the ways she could benefit if he were to read his wife’s words.
After all, no matter how devoted Jeremy is to his injured wife, a truth this horrifying would make it impossible for him to continue loving her.
My friend had just recently gotten this book. After she finished reading this she let me borrow it telling me how the book was so good. To be honest, my expections weren’t high. I never really read books and wasn’t planning to read this one.
One night I got bored and decided “Hey, why not read a few pages. See what it is all about. ” I did that and I am telling you I couldn’t put this book down. I finished this book in a week. I know to some of you that might not mean anything to you, but for me (Somebody who never reads book) that was shocking.
I was proud of myself. IT JUST WAS THAT GOOD! This story had me feeling all emotions. Shocked, sad, angry, happy, hopeful, the list goes on. If you’re looking for a good book, I definetly recommend this one.
There are some spicy scenes but I didn’t really mind it. I will definetly be reading more stoires from Collen Hoover.
THE FIRST NOVEL IN THE RECORD-BREAKING, MILLION-COPY BESTSELLING THURSDAY MURDER CLUB SERIES BY RICHARD OSMAN ———- ‘Smart, compassionate, warm, moving and so VERY funny’ Marian Keyes ‘So smart and funny.
Deplorably good’ Ian Rankin ‘Thrilling, moving, laugh-out-loud funny’ Mark Billingham In a peaceful retirement village, four unlikely friends meet up once a week to investigate unsolved murders. But when a brutal killing takes place on their very doorstep, the Thursday Murder Club find themselves in the middle of their first live case.
Elizabeth, Joyce, Ibrahim and Ron might be pushing eighty but they still have a few tricks up their sleeves. Can our unorthodox but brilliant gang catch the killer before it’s too late? The Times Crime Book of the Month Guardian Best Crime and Thrillers ———- ‘A warm, wise and witty warning never to underestimate the elderly’ Val McDermid ‘I completely fell in love with it’ Shari Lapena ‘This is properly brilliant.
The pages fly and I can’t stop smiling’ Steve Cavanagh ‘Steeped in Agatha Christie joy’ Araminta Hall ‘Pure escapism’ Guardian ‘As gripping as it is funny’ Evening Standard ‘An exciting new talent in crime fiction’ Daily Mail ‘A witty and poignant tale’ Daily Telegraph ‘Funny and original’ Sun.
I love,love,loved this. It is a murder mystery set in a quaint English town but the main investigators are residents of a retirement village. Well, the police are the actual investigators but the oldies help the police more than they’d like to admit.
The main residents who help solve cold cases are the Thursday Murder Club and they meet weekly in the jigsaw room. Each have various skills from their working lives which assists in them solving the cases.
While solving the case of a local murdered developer another person is murdered and links to past murders unfold. Along the way the murder club learns that the past has a way of catching up with you and that murder and love are often intertwined.
This was engrossing, heartfelt, poignant and funny. I loved the characters , particularly Joyce,and they all shine in their own way. I even became fond of Bogden. It was wonderfully written and exciting to read.
I cannot wait to read the next two books. I love these people. I highly recommend this book. It will make you smile.
The #1 New York Times bestseller Soon to be a Hulu limited series starring Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington. Named a Best Book of the Year by: People, The Washington Post, Bustle, Esquire, Southern Living, The Daily Beast, GQ, Entertainment Weekly, NPR, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, Audible, Goodreads, Library Reads, Book of the Month, Paste, Kirkus Reviews, St.
Louis Post-Dispatch, and many more. “I read Little Fires Everywhere in a single, breathless sitting. ” –Jodi Picoult “To say I love this book is an understatement. It’s a deep psychological mystery about the power of motherhood, the intensity of teenage love, and the danger of perfection.
It moved me to tears. ” –Reese Witherspoon “Extraordinary. books like Little Fires Everywhere don’t come along often. ” –John GreenFrom the bestselling author of Everything I Never Told You, a riveting novel that traces the intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and the enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives.
In Shaker Heights, a placid, progressive suburb of Cleveland, everything is planned–from the layout of the winding roads, to the colors of the houses, to the successful lives its residents will go on to lead.
And no one embodies this spirit more than Elena Richardson, whose guiding principle is playing by the rules. Enter Mia Warren–an enigmatic artist and single mother–who arrives in this idyllic bubble with her teenaged daughter Pearl, and rents a house from the Richardsons.
Soon Mia and Pearl become more than tenants: all four Richardson children are drawn to the mother-daughter pair. But Mia carries with her a mysterious past and a disregard for the status quo that threatens to upend this carefully ordered community.
When old family friends of the Richardsons attempt to adopt a Chinese-American baby, a custody battle erupts that dramatically divides the town–and puts Mia and Elena on opposing sides. Suspicious of Mia and her motives, Elena is determined to uncover the secrets in Mia’s past.
But her obsession will come at unexpected and devastating costs. Little Fires Everywhere explores the weight of secrets, the nature of art and identity, and the ferocious pull of motherhood–and the danger of believing that following the rules can avert disaster.
this book was really slow getting into I was 60 or 70 pages in before it got to the point so to speak. I was about to give it up and then it finally got interesting. Parts of it were so boring and I thought she went into too much boring details on things that don’t matter.
that being said I loved it after I gave it a chance. I only wished it had a more resolved ending. I wouldn’t read it again like I have other books. But it was still worth the read and I had a hard time putting it down once it got interesting.
International Bestseller #1 National Bestseller in Canada Foreign rights have been sold to the UK, Italy, France, Sweden, Norway, Spain, Japan, Greece, Finland, Denmark, Holland and Brazil. Film rights have been bought by Hey Day (the makers of “Harry Potte”r) together with Brad Grey (producer of “The Soprano”s) and Brad Pitt in their first acquisition for Warner Bros.
Narrated by a fifteen-year-old autistic savant obsessed with Sherlock Holmes, this dazzling novel weaves together an old-fashioned mystery, a contemporary coming-of-age story, and a fascinating excursion into a mind incapable of processing emotions.
Christopher John Francis Boone knows all the countries of the world and their capitals and every prime number up to 7,057. Although gifted with a superbly logical brain, Christopher is autistic. Everyday interactions and admonishments have little meaning for him.
At fifteen, Christopher’s carefully constructed world falls apart when he finds his neighbour’s dog Wellington impaled on a garden fork, and he is initially blamed for the killing. Christopher decides that he will track down the real killer, and turns to his favourite fictional character, the impeccably logical Sherlock Holmes, for inspiration.
But the investigation leads him down some unexpected paths and ultimately brings him face to face with the dissolution of his parents’ marriage. As Christopher tries to deal with the crisis within his own family, the narrative draws readers into the workings of Christopher’s mind.
And herein lies the key to the brilliance of Mark Haddon’s choice of narrator: The most wrenching of emotional moments are chronicled by a boy who cannot fathom emotions. The effect is dazzling, making for one of the freshest debut in years: a comedy, a tearjerker, a mystery story, a novel of exceptional literary merit that is great fun to read.
Fantastic book on many levels. To a degree it is a mystery, but it is also so much more than that. Beautifully and inventively told in the first person through the eyes of an autistic teenager. It gave me great insights into the life of a relative I have who is on the autism spectrum.
It was hard to put down and easy to read. Inspiring as well.
This is a book of the times. The experience involved has become more pronounced than before and needs to be understood, even better cured. Remember too the stress it places on parents. There has to be a solution.
Meanwhile this book helps us to understand. The book is not funny : it is deliberate.
Haddon is a brilliant storyteller. Presenting the English town Swindon from the perspective of a problem child, an autistic savant and math genius who claims, “I see everything,” Haddon gives us an alternative view of the entire world and universe, strange yet valid.
It is fun to follow this child as he solves crimes and tackles life problems. The book is such a great read! No wonder it garnered so many prestigious awards! Recommend highly!.
Read the New York Times bestseller that has taken the world by storm!–In this charming debut (People) from one of Sweden’s most successful authors, a grumpy yet loveable man finds his solitary world turned on its head when a boisterous young family moves in next door.
Meet Ove. He’s a curmudgeon-the kind of man who points at people he dislikes as if they were burglars caught outside his bedroom window. He has staunch principles, strict routines, and a short fuse. People call him the bitter neighbor from hell.
But must Ove be bitter just because he doesn’t walk around with a smile plastered to his face all the timeBehind the cranky exterior there is a story and a sadness. So when one November morning a chatty young couple with two chatty young daughters move in next door and accidentally flatten Ove’s mailbox, it is the lead-in to a comical and heartwarming tale of unkempt cats, unexpected friendship, and the ancient art of backing up a U-Haul.
All of which will change one cranky old man and a local residents’ association to their very foundations. A feel-good story in the spirit of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry and Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand, Fredrik Backman’s novel about the angry old man next door is a thoughtful exploration of the profound impact one life has on countless others.
If there was an award for ‘Most Charming Book of the Year, ‘ this first novel by a Swedish blogger-turned-overnight-sensation would win hands down (Booklist, starred review).
Going into this based on everything I heard I had expected Ove to be something along along the lines of Scrooge from A Christmas Carol; a grumpy old timer that discovers he has a big heart. It turns out Ove has always had a big heart; he is just strong willed and strong principled and doesn’t put up with any nonsense! His interactions with the other characters are hilarious and heartwarming; especially with Parvaneh and her children, and the cat of course! Ove has easily become one of my favourite all time characters and I didn’t want this book to end.
Although the paperback had black marks on the page edges it was was otherwise in fairly good condition. An enjoyable read, sometimes funny sometimes sad. Ove was a lonely man and ate the same meal every day.
Neighbours left food on his door step but it was too ‘foreign’ for him. He preferred sausages and boiled potatoes. I would recommend it.
Definitely a must-read if you like Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman or The Rosie Project series by Graeme Simsion. Ove is a well written character as well as all the supporting characters.
Fredrick Backman’s style of writing is unique in a lot of ways which I found really enjoyable.
‘It does everything you’d expect of a masterpiece – and it is one’ Sunday Express ‘Hums and crackles with delicious unease’ Independent ‘Captivating’ The Sunday Times ‘An absorbing thriller’ Mail on Sunday NO ONE HAS EVER ESCAPED FROM THE INSTITUTE.
Luke Ellis, a super-smart twelve-year-old with an exceptional gift, is the latest in a long line of kids abducted and taken to a secret government facility, hidden deep in the forest in Maine. Here, kids with special talents – telekinesis and telepathy – like Luke’s new friends Kalisha, Nick and Iris, are subjected to a series of experiments.
There seems to be no hope of escape. Until Luke teams up with an even younger boy whose powers of telepathy are off the scale. Meanwhile, far away in a small town in South Carolina, former cop Tim Jamieson, looking for the quiet life, has taken a job working for the local sheriff.
He doesn’t know he’s about to take on the biggest case of his career. THERE’S ONLY ONE WAY OUT. ‘An epic tale of childhood betrayal and hope regained. an immersive tale full of suspense and thrills that will keep readers up late at night racing towards a heartbreaking yet glorious finale.
King is a great storyteller, no doubt, and the book held my attention for the most part. Luke Ellis is one of possibly hundreds, maybe even thousands of children who has been kidnapped because of his telekinetic ability.
He is taken to The Institute, where experiments that can only be called torturous are carried out, supposedly for the greater good in preventing worldwide catastrophes. The experiments carried out in the Institute are reminiscent of the experiments done on human guinea pigs in German Concentration camps and even in the United States on the mentally disabled.
The descriptions of what the children experience in the Institute is disturbing. King once again reminds us of the inhumanity humans often perpetrate on other humans, especially those who are the most powerless to defend themselves.
The main problem with the novel is that, having read most of King’s other works, I can’t help but compare this work to his others, and The Institute just doesn’t live up to The Stand, The Shining, 11/22/63, just to name a few.
“In the house of Helios, god of the sun and mightiest of the Titans, a daughter is born. But Circe has neither the look nor the voice of divinity, and is scorned and rejected by her kin. Increasingly isolated, she turns to mortals for companionship, leading her to discover a power forbidden to the gods: witchcraft.
When love drives Circe to cast a dark spell, wrathful Zeus banishes her to the remote island of Aiaia. There she learns to harness her occult craft, drawing strength from nature. But she will not always be alone; many are destined to pass through Circe’s place of exile, entwining their fates with hers.
The messenger god, Hermes. The craftsman, Daedalus. And wily Odysseus, on his epic voyage home. There is danger for a solitary woman in this world, and Circe’s independence draws the wrath of men and gods alike.
To protect what she holds dear, Circe must decide whether she belongs with the deities she is born from, or the mortals she has come to love. Breathing life into the ancient world, Madeline Miller weaves an intoxicating tale of gods and heroes, magic and monsters, survival and transformation.
“Witches are not so delicate,” I said. Circe is hands-down one of the best books I have ever read. I instantly fell in love with the story and characters and Madeline Miller’s distinctive prosaic style of writing (which makes this book easily quotable).
Circe is a story of a lesser god outshone by those around her. After discovering witchcraft she uses her new-found powers to turn her old lover’s wife into a monster. Threatened by these powers, Zeus orders Circe to be banished to the island Aiaia for eternity.
First and foremost, it is a story of one woman’s life and her journey through love, motherhood, pain and desire. There was also a sort of satisfactory feeling when Circe , who has been overlooked and belittled her whole life, finally gets some vengeance.
I cannot express in words how good it was. All I can say is READ IT. Especially if you love mythology. 5/5 stars.
I truly don’t know where to begin but I definitely finished this book with a heavy heart. Not on the same level as ‘The Song of Achilles’ but enough where all I wanted to do was give Circe a massive hug ☹️ Basically-Circe is the daughter of the Titan Helios, and in seeking companionship in her immortal life, she is exiled to the island of Aiaia as punishment for certain actions.
While unfamiliar with her story, I found Circe’s relationship with Daedalus and Odysseus both differently sweet. Though her memories of Daedalus always made me sad 🥺 With all the things she went through I’m glad with how Circe’s story ended.
I don’t think my heart would have survived if it ended in tragedy even though there were a few times I held my breath expecting the worst 😓.
About the BookOne of the most popular young adult fiction books to read is The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. It is a poignant story that deals with the lives of two cancer-stricken teenagers. Hazel is a 16-year-old girl who has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer.
She is sent to a cancer support society to cope with her illness where she meets Augustus Waters, a fellow cancer survivor. They share a love that takes them through an unforgettable journey which forms the crux of the story.
It is one of the best young adult fiction books which makes it a must-read for the young bibliophiles. Buy The Fault in Our Stars book online and connect with the protagonists in a very intense and emotional way.
About John Green John Green is a New York Times bestselling author of popular young adult fiction books such as The Fault in Our Stars, Looking for Alaska, Paper Towns and many more critically acclaimed books.
He has won the 2006 Printz award for his debut novel, Looking for Alaska. He was also selected as by TIME magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World.
John Michael Green is an American author and YouTube content creator. He won the 2006 Printz Award for his debut novel, Looking for Alaska, and his fourth solo novel, The Fault in Our Stars, debuted at number one on The New York Times Best Seller list in January 2012.
The reasons Green feels blessed run parallel to the reasons he wrote the book in the first place. He was inspired by his early work as a children’s chaplain at a hospital and his friendship with one of his fans – 16-year-old Esther Earl, who died of thyroid cancer almost four years ago.
When the novel was published in January 2012, “The Fault in Our Stars” was a decade in the making. He often worried that the subject matter would be too dark, especially for a young-adult audience. This book can take an emotional toll on anyone.
Cancer is such a dreadful disease, indiscriminate in its choice of victim, choosing with aplomb regardless of age, gender, or status. There are a myriad of stories behind the tragedy and many of them remain untold.
In The Fault In Our Stars by John Green, he builds a story out of darkness and despair. He takes the tragedy of cancer and immerses us in the lives of characters that could very well be real. Many know of the heartaches in dealing with those who fight the fight, and many of those scars last a lifetime.
He brings his story in the form of a teen girl, Hazel Lancaster. Stricken with cancer from a young age, she believes she has come to terms with what her life has become. Then she meets a young man, Augustus Waters, a survivor of cancer.
He is drawn to her in a way that is initially uncomfortable, and as she tries to push him away in her sarcastic vein, he finds her to be exactly the type of girl he has been looking for. Throughout the story there is a beauty and humor, a ‘candle in the wind’ for each of those whose lives have been touched by such an uncaring disease.
For cancer touches not just the victim but all those who love and are in anyway touched by them. Be prepared for a story of romance and anger, excitement and humor, and friendship and bravery for that is the direction we are led as Green develops the personality of a group of teens that have the courage to bring both laughter and tears.
The stories that encircle each individual give you a glimpse of the character and daring as well as abiding hope. Hidden within that strength they also hide the depression and hopelessness as they try hard to protect their family and friends by showing only the smiles and strength whenever possible.
Written so beautifully your heart and emotions melt, you come to be a part of this group as well as their families, their triumphs, and their losses. The friendships as well as the depths the families go through preparing for the worst while holding out hope is like a beacon of light.
The courage and humor, the energy and despair all keep you on a roller coaster of emotion. Green takes you on a journey both terrible and beautiful. While a difficult book to categorize I found it to be one of the most important finds of the last few years.
Green shines a light on cancer in a way that sends a tremor of intent awareness, an incandescent monument to those that have both won and lost the fight, as well as the damage done to those closest. The story blasts away the veil of secrecy and hooks you from the very beginning.
This book is about two teenagers both battling a different kind of cancer and their love story. John Green is excellent at making the reader fall in love with his characters and want the best for them, and he doesn’t fall short with Augustus and Hazel.
The Fault in Our Stars pulls at the reader’s heart strings and shows what obstacles people living with cancer have to live with and how they still manage to live their life even with a terminal illness.
The Fault in Our Stars is a roller coaster of emotions; crying, laughing, then crying some more, and creates such a beautiful love story between the two characters, and shows how much of an impact a teenage relationship can have on someone’s life.
This story is so wonderfully written and has such an important message at the forefront that will leave you wanting more. You will not be disappointed after reading this book, and will wish you read it sooner.
You’ve seen the amazing trailer for Everything, Everything starring Amandla Stenberg and Nick Robinson. Now read the incredible #1 New York Times bestselling story before you see the movie, in cinemas soon.
‘Can’t wait to see this! Absolutely loved the book’ – Zoella Maddy is allergic to the world; stepping outside the sterile sanctuary of her home could kill her. But then Olly moves in next door. And just like that, Maddy realizes there’s more to life than just being alive.
You only get one chance at first love. And Maddy is ready to risk everything, everything to see where it leads. ‘Powerful, lovely, heart-wrenching, and so absorbing I devoured it in one sitting’ – Jennifer Niven, author of All the Bright Places And don’t miss Nicola Yoon’s #1 New York Times bestseller The Sun Is Also a Star, in which two teens are brought together just when the universe is sending them in opposite directions.
This is a fabulous story where you feel what the character is really going through. The book has great messages about living your life, taking risks, and forgiveness. There is one inappropriate scene in the book that I wouldn’t recommend for anyone younger than 14 to read.
Overall this is a very touching book when reading. This book definitely has a world wind of things happening which always keeps the readers on their toes. Might I add one of the reasons I love this book.
One of the most important things that this book teaches people is to let go. It teaches you that you don’t have to have the perfect grades, be a perfect athlete, or try and have the perfect life. In reality, perfect doesn’t exist.
When truly understanding this concept of what this is trying to say it is very important. If people were to let go and just live life, they could be a lot happier. When reading this book it helps you truly understand what this main character is going through and how if you had to say goodbye to this world today, what would you be able to say you did? It really changes the way you think and can help you reflect on yourself.
Another aspect of this book that I think changes the whole book is how it can be so reliable. Many parts in this book are made for every different situation that a person might be going through, a character from this book might also be going through the same thing you are as well.
For all the future readers out there interested in this book, I would recommend going into this book with an open mind. In the beginning, it might not be interesting but if you stick with it you can really understand and get to know the main characters especially in the first few chapters.
Love is the main driving force throughout this whole book. Definitely would not recommend this if you aren’t into romance novels. This book may be found cringe to some people which is why it didn’t get the whole 5 out of 5 on my rating.
Personally I think this book does a great job getting you excited about the little things in the two main characters. Since in the beginning you were able to get to know the main characters very well, I think it just makes it 100 times better and makes you get very excited for the main character when things start to get shaken up.
Overall this book was a great book and I would definitely read it again!!.
Everything, Everything is the story of Madeline Whitter, a young woman struggling to live a normal life with an abnormal medical condition. The book follows her as she meets a boy and has to make difficult decisions.
Her health or her heart. Safety or happiness. Family or love. Life, or living. I have never been one to pull any sort of romance novel off the shelf, but this book was genuinely enjoyable. The characters felt original, relatable, and well thought out and I loved the way the book was formatted.
The pictures, notes, poems, emails, screenshots, definitions, and diagrams made it feel like I was reading someone’s diary or scrapbook rather than a chunky novel. This was the sort of story you could get invested in, one you could lose track of time reading.
The writing was creative and colorful. Nicola Yoon painted a vivid picture filled with symbolism and it was like nothing I have read before. I loved the evolution of the illustrations related to space and how they showed Madeline’s emotional progression and I loved the statement it made about how being alive worth nothing if you can’t feel alive.
Now let’s talk about the parts of the book that I didn’t like. There were a few characters that felt like a bit of an afterthought, for example, the other nurse and Zach. They were put into the book for a small chapter, and never mentioned again.
They did not drive the plot along and barely helped Madeline come to any sort of conclusion or find any answers. It felt like the book would have remained the same without them. Overall, I thought that the book was really good.
The end of the book was open-ended. I liked that because it left everything else up for interpretation. There was no sequel to the book, so there is no right or wrong ending to their story, just the one you imagine.
I liked that because it made the book seem like its story went on even after the book was over. It may not have been my first choice, but I did enjoy it and I will most likely recommend it to someone who likes this genre or is at all interested in the genre.
THE LINCOLN HIGHWAY, THE NEW DAZZLING NOVEL BY AMOR TOWLES, OUT NOW OVER A MILLION COPIES SOLD: a BBC Radio 4 Book Club choice, soon to be a major TV series starring Ewan McGregor _________________________ ‘A wonderful book’ – Tana French ‘This novel is astonishing, uplifting and wise.
Don’t miss it’ – Chris Cleave ‘No historical novel this year was more witty, insightful or original’ – Sunday Times, Books of the Year ‘[A] supremely uplifting novel. It’s elegant, witty and delightful – much like the Count himself.
‘ – Mail on Sunday, Books of the Year ‘Charming. shows that not all books about Russian aristocrats have to be full of doom and nihilism’ – The Times, Books of the Year _________________________ On 21 June 1922, Count Alexander Rostov – recipient of the Order of Saint Andrew, member of the Jockey Club, Master of the Hunt – is escorted out of the Kremlin, across Red Square and through the elegant revolving doors of the Hotel Metropol.
Deemed an unrepentant aristocrat by a Bolshevik tribunal, the Count has been sentenced to house arrest indefinitely. But instead of his usual suite, he must now live in an attic room while Russia undergoes decades of tumultuous upheaval.
Can a life without luxury be the richest of all? _________________________ A BOOK OF THE DECADE, 2010-2020 (INDEPENDENT) THE TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR 2017 A SUNDAY TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR 2017 A MAIL ON SUNDAY BOOK OF THE YEAR 2017 A DAILY EXPRESS BOOK OF THE YEAR 2017 AN IRISH TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR 2017 ONE OF BARACK OBAMA’S BEST BOOKS OF 2017 ONE OF BILL GATES’S SUMMER READS OF 2019NOMINATED FOR THE 2018 INDEPENDENT BOOKSELLERS WEEK AWARD.
No spoilers here, but this is a great read and follows the life of a White Russian Aristocrat who returns to Russia some years after the Revolution and is placed under house arrest in a Moscow Hotel.
The story of his life for the next few decades revolves around living in the hotel and being unable to leave under threat of arrest and imprisonment. The people he meets, interacts with, likes, dislikes, and even loves makes an evocative and moving story place against the background of one of the harshest regimes of the 20th century.
The story doesn’t dwell on the realities of life in the Soviet Union other than its direct influence on the main characters and does not make any moral comment on those realities. The journey that takes the main character from his initial arrest, to being an unwelcome yet permanent fixture at the hotel, his moral and even psychological victories over his long time antagonists, his deep friendships with staff, other guests and even high ranking Party officials is heartwarming and quite riveting at times.
The transition from guest to becoming an integral part of the Hotel is wonderfully told, and although the book is not fast paced like an adventure story, it is very hard to put down. The character’s passive resistance to those who would make his life even harder, which almost borders on malicious compliance leads to the twist at the climax of the book.
A great read which is well worth the time taken to savour it. I heartily recommend it.
I read constantly, it is rare that I find a book this good. Thoroughly entertaining consideration of both sides of the Russian Revolution. The main character is so funny and likeable. This really uplifted me regarding the human spirit and utter futility of the political climate.
The whiff of Fawlty Towers had me laughing out loud.
“From the highly acclaimed, multiple award-winning Anthony Doerr, a stunningly ambitious and beautiful novel about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II.
Marie Laure lives with her father in Paris within walking distance of the Museum of Natural History where he works as the master of the locks (there are thousands of locks in the museum). When she is six, she goes blind, and her father builds her a model of their neighborhood, every house, every manhole, so she can memorize it with her fingers and navigate the real streets with her feet and cane.
When the Germans occupy Paris, father and daughter flee to Saint-Malo on the Brittany coast, where Marie-Laure’s agoraphobic great uncle lives in a tall, narrow house by the sea wall. In another world in Germany, an orphan boy, Werner, grows up with his younger sister, Jutta, both enchanted by a crude radio Werner finds.
He becomes a master at building and fixing radios, a talent that wins him a place at an elite and brutal military academy and, ultimately, makes him a highly specialized tracker of the Resistance. Werner travels through the heart of Hitler Youth to the far-flung outskirts of Russia, and finally into Saint-Malo, where his path converges with Marie-Laure.
Doerr’s gorgeous combination of soaring imagination with observation is electric. Deftly interweaving the lives of Marie-Laure and Werner, Doerr illuminates the ways, against all odds, people try to be good to one another.
The folk who study such things inform anyone interested that the range of light perceived by humans is a small fraction of the spectrum of light which actually spans. The light we cannot see inhabits the world giving it distinction depth and definitions beyond the distraction our limited vision offers.
This wider spectrum it seems can only be seen when one closes one’s eyes and by allowing one to remember the light that infuses one’s being with the same intensity it illuminates all that is. Marie-Laure LeBlanc lives in Paris with her father who is principal locksmith for the National Museum of Natural History.
Having lost her sight at age six due to a congenital defect she learns to navigate her neighborhood from a model carved by her father. She is smart brave and willing to explore what is around her. Her blindness has allowed her vision to be of breadth and depth beyond her environs.
Werner Pfenning is an orphan living in Zollverein a coal mining complex just outside Essen Germany. There he witnesses the brutal results of inflation joblessness and poverty brought about as the results of the Marshall Plan after WWI.
With his sister Jutta he learns to navigate life at Children’s House the orphanage in which they reside. He learns early that electricity as it pertains to radio waves is as natural to him as breathing ñ he has the ability to ‘see’ the elections as they travel through the conductors transponders and wires leading to the production of sound.
The year is 1934; both of these youngsters will come of age in a time of global conflict the breadth of which will change the course of history. As the years pass their once peaceful inclusive country spirals into chaos and irrationality as war draws near and these two disparate people are drawn toward each other.
When they finally meet it seems that all the light that is was waiting that moment to shine its brightest. Anthony Doerr takes a moment in history a rare gem two people with huge obstacles and knowledge of communication to weave a story that is enthralling enchanting and deeply moving.
This book is literature at its best using fiction to speak truths hidden by facts; it leads the reader to see familiar history through a lens that newly directed. In placing the book at a time when the world was learning about ‘connectivity’ and on the cusp of destroying itself the author heightens the tension and magnifies the power of seeing what exists beneath what is apparent.
War is destructive yet it cannot annihilate hope. Evil can be powerful but it can be defeated by those willing to resist its domination and allure. Gems are made valuable by those who seek them but they remain nothing more than stones often found in a creek.
This is a book worth re-reading. By its end the reader has all the information about the characters needed to want them never leave. By the time for goodbyes the parting is too soon in arriving. The world has changed having become much smaller by the ability to ‘visit’ others across the world instantly.
The world has remained unchanged its people waiting to be lit by all the light we cannot see.
I purchased this book some years ago. Never got around to reading it. I have finally finished. and I loved it. Ending a little strange. I was hoping for more of a romance between the characters. But a very different slant which was much better.
ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE is one of the best books you’ll read this year. On one hand the title implies the lessons learned by a young German orphan boy about radio waves. On the other hand as the author describes it ‘It’s also a metaphorical suggestion that there are countless invisible stories still buried within World War II.
‘ Add in a newly blinded French girl who is forced to leave her familiar surroundings and you’ll soon find yourself in literary heaven. The layered meanings run deep in this book. No wonder nearly every advanced review uses the word ‘intricate’ to describe this masterpiece.
The German boy and his sister discover an old radio where they hear science lessons from afar. There are lessons about the brain sitting inside the darkness of our skull interpreting light; there are lessons about coal having been plants living millions of years ago absorbing light now buried in darkness; lessons about light waves that we cannot seeóall applicable as the story unfolds.
Readers will appreciate the short almost lyrical chapters of alternating characters. The author helps by italicizing earlier mentioned quotes and then leaving almost every chapter closing with a message to ponder.
Take for example: ‘a real diamond is never perfect’ ‘open your eyes and see what you can with them before they close forever’ and ‘the entropy of a closed system never decreases’. All of this is explained in a natural way but never given out in an assuming manner.
The story flows and draws your heart into its deep meaning. Having personal connections to both veterans of World War II and members of the blind community I can attest to the authenticity of this story’s writing.
Author Anthony Doerr brings out lovely characters along with their own fascinations: seashell collecting bird watching locksmithing electronics and geology. The history surrounding these personal stories is real and deep.
You will fall in love. The author also includes connections to the song Clair de Lune the book 20 000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA and a fictional story about a priceless diamond called the Sea of Flames whose owner ‘so long as he keeps it the keeper of the stone will live forever.
‘ I cannot proclaim loud enough how much this book means to me; I have been left awe-inspired. So thank you to Scribner for making this book available for me to review. It has been an honor.
The global bestseller – Origin is the latest Robert Langdon novel from the author of The Da Vinci Code. Sunday Times #1 Bestseller New York Times #1 Bestseller The global bestseller – Origin is the latest Robert Langdon novel from the author of The Da Vinci Code.
The evening’s host is billionaire Edmond Kirsch, a futurist whose dazzling high-tech inventions and audacious predictions have made him a controversial figure around the world. But Langdon and several hundred guests are left reeling when the meticulously orchestrated evening is suddenly blown apart.
There is a real danger that Kirsch’s precious discovery may be lost in the ensuing chaos. With his life under threat, Langdon is forced into a desperate bid to escape Bilbao, taking with him the museum’s director, Ambra Vidal.
Together they flee to Barcelona on a perilous quest to locate a cryptic password that will unlock Kirsch’s secret. To evade a devious enemy who is one step ahead of them at every turn, Langdon and Vidal must navigate the labyrinthine passageways of extreme religion and hidden history.
On a trail marked only by enigmatic symbols and elusive modern art, Langdon and Vidal will come face-to-face with a breathtaking truth that has remained buried – until now. ‘Dan Brown is the master of the intellectual cliffhanger’ Wall Street Journal ‘As engaging a hero as you could wish for’ Mail on Sunday ‘For anyone who wants more brain-food than thrillers normally provide’ Sunday Times.
I read this as summer reading. It was fun and thought provoking for me. I do find the way Dan Brown tells the story to be so annoying. He draws certain things out to create tension, but in me it was not good.
It made me want to set the book aside because it was so annoying. He will start telling part of the narrative we want to hear and then a character will go off on a tangent for a while before coming back to the story.
Really? This is the 5th Robert Langdon book and I love the symbologist and why doesn’t the way Robert changes our world every show up in the next book. Dan keeps bringing religion up, but each book is supposed to alter religion and yet by the next book it doesn’t seem to have made a dent.
I do see one thing. In the Inferno a virus was released to keep the population down and in this story Ambra cannot have children. Is that from the virus of the previous book? Could be. We won’t know.
Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon books are simply wonderful. Filled with ancient mysteries, conspiracy theories, and short courses in ancient art and architecture as well as religious history, the Robert Langdon books have enchanted me.
(Brown’s other, non-Langdon books leave me cold. ) Origin is not the best of the Langdon series, yet it will not disappoint fans. At least, it will not disappoint in terms of content. Its form is another matter.
My copy of Origin is the most poorly produced hardcover book in my Langdon collection. 5-Stars for the content! 3-Stars for the book itself. The dust jacket is glued to the book cover! Why? The pages are not sewn in signatures, but glued to a stiff, unyielding spine.
The margins are irregular. Why? Sometimes the text vanishes into the deep crevice between pages. You may need a flashlight and magnifier to access the text near the spine. Why? Furthermore, the text quality is very poor, with illegible letters that occur on most pages.
Is this a puzzle book? Is the reader supposed to be challenged to decipher the weird words with letters missing? Why? I have beautiful hardcover editions of the first four langdon books. I treasure them! They are everything a book collector would expect.
I even have an illustrated edition of The DaVinci Code filled with art, architecture and symbology. A beautiful edition! I would certainly buy a decent hardcover of Origin, should one be released. I will likely donate this inferior edition to the library.
I highly recommend this book, but as a lifelong book collector I never thought I would say this: Wait for the paperback! It will surely be a better quality than this hard cover disgrace.
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