Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Turning the Page on March- Books I have Read

March is nearing the end and I can't believe how much I got accomplished.
It was a month of trials and tribulations but in these times I was able to
draw a sense of comfort in some amazing books.

At the end of each day after caregiving for an ill family member, I looked forward
to a hot shower and a warm lit room to be taken away by mystery, history and places yet to be discovered.

I am often asked what I am reading and I miss my favorite book club, so I thought
I would share and see what you might have on your nightstand.

It began with the

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins- If you like to get swept away in a mire of love, regret, violence and many twists in a tale, this has it all tied up in a physchological thriller. I have to admit it gets more and more intense and you want to stay with it all the way to the end.

Moved to something a little lighter but so enjoyable. I always love when Debbie Macomber comes out with a new book- It means spring is right around the corner and there is always a factor of her books that ring true. Is it forgiveness, sisterhood or second chances that determines who will be
Last One Home by Debbie Macomber

I know I can't believe I had all this time but that is what you do when the house is quiet and
there is little TV.  I traveled on a journey to Vienna and entered the life of Sisi and Franz Josef.

The Accidental Empress by Allison Pataki.  A strong women character who's tumultuous love story as “Sisi” the Austro-Hungarian Empress and young and charismatic wife of Emperor Franz Joseph. It takes place in 1853 when the Habsburgs were powerful rulers.

And to end in a very riviting and intense book portraying a young French blind women and a German boy that become confidants and friends during occupied France in WW11. I didn't want the book to end. It was visually stunning and around each page like the corners in occupied France you discover courage and sorrow and strengh. I loved this book.
All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

So what is on your night stand?

It is so true that books can take you to places you may never venture.

Let me know what you are reading?

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