Sunday , July 5 2020

Literary Fiction

Book Review: ‘Sisters One, Two, Three,’ a Literary Novel by Nancy Star

In 'Sisters One, Two, Three' by Nancy Star, secrets from the past threaten to tear apart a family living on the edge. The return of a missing family member ads to the confusion of the death of Mimi's mother, and when she finally learns of the lies from her past, she is finally able to understand her own interaction with others.

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Book Review: ‘The Memory of Us,’ A Novel by Camille Di Maio

In 'The Memory of Us' by Camille Di Maio, we are introduced to Julianne Westcott, the only child of a wealthy family. She lives a dream life of money, gowns, and dances, as well as young men wanting to escort her about town. When she uncovers a secret within her family her life changes in more ways then she can understand. With war on the horizon, will she survive to find the answers to her life.

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Book Review: ‘A House For Happy Mothers’, A Novel by Amulya Malladi

In A House for Happy Mothers by Amula Malladi we are introduced to two different woman, brought together by need. Pryia want a child and is unable to carry full term. Asha is an unwilling surrogate, but in need of money to get out of poverty. Can they help each other?

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