Welcome to the Isles of Scilly, where holiday-goers come every summer to enjoy; however, in the summer of 1906, danger lurks on the Isles.
Embarking on a journey that will take them into the heart of London, Jackson and Kit will need to work together to unravel hidden mysteries!
Fabulous! The Paris Dressmaker was an elegant and captivating novel about the horrors, risks, and hardships Parisians faced in the City of Love during the Nazi occupation. Taking readers into the worlds of espionage, couture, art, and everyday life, the story takes us on an epic journey, introducing us to courageous people who didn’t allow the threat of the Nazi’s brutality prevent them from doing what was right!
We often read about people’s grueling survival or perilous journeys through war zones, immersing ourselves into a world of dirt and darkness, but what about the light and hope that remained within so many?
What really happened in the children’s block of Hitler’s death camp? Did books really save Dita? Dita Kraus shares the truth in an exclusive interview!
Milkweed is honestly a masterpiece, for lack of a better word, and I was sad when each chapter came to an end! The story highlights the innocence of a child and proves that hatred is taught.
The sequel to The Tattooist of Auschwitz, Cilka’s Journey travels to the cold and treacherous land of Siberia where Cilka’s fight for survival continues.
At least once a year I come across a book that changes my view on life. This year, the first book that has impacted my life is The Tattooist of Auschwitz.
Loyalties are tested, sacrifices are made, survival is adamant, and love proves to be powerful in The Nightingale!
The year is 1959. Elisa and her family are about to board a plane that will take them away from the chaos in Cuba and to safety in Miami, Florida.
Before We Were Yours takes an incredible journey through time to uncover a secret that will change the way a family looks at their heritage forever.
The Book Thief is one of the most incandescent books of this era. The writing is out of this world, and the structure of this book is a stroke of genius.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society took me by surprise. The day I finished it, I attended a pre-screening and Q&A panel!
Salt to the Sea follows three people who are trying to get to freedom at the end of the war in East Prussia. Each has secrets they are holding onto, but they all have a common goal: get on board the Wilhelm Gustloff.
Sometimes even the strongest person can’t keep the ones they love together. Take a trip into Siberia during World War II to witness true hope!
Enchanting. Enrapturing. Intriguing. The Orphan’s Tale was a novel that sparked my attention after the very first line! The words catapulted me back in time and into the world of Noa and Astrid, feeling all their emotions and even their thrill of flying off the trapeze.
All the Light We Cannot See is a haunting and illustrious novel that takes you on a crazy journey through Paris and Germany in WWII.
The Help is a beautifully written book about the hardships of people of color in the ’60s and also the struggle of class in the white’s world.