Book Review of "Tamburlaine Must Die" by Louise Welsh. During the Elizabethan era, Christopher Marlowe was a famous and popular playwright, but today when we think of that time, practically the only writer that comes to mind is Shakespeare. One reason for this could be Marlowe's untimely and early death, at the height of his … Continue reading The Mystery of Christopher Marlowe
Book review of "The Distance Between Us" by Maggie O'Farrell. Jake's single mother gave birth to him, and raised him in Hong Kong. In 1993, Jake was caught in the Chinese New Year's crush, resulting in an almost fatal injury for the girl he was dating. In London, at the same time, Stella thinks she's … Continue reading Bringing Worlds Together
Book review of "Ardor: A Novel" by Lily Prior. This is a story of love - misdirected love, unrequited love and love between people who, for one reason or another, never find a way to bring their mutual affection out into the open. What makes this story unusual is that at the center of this … Continue reading A Story of Vistas and Passions
Book Review of "Cassandra French's Finishing School for Boys" by Eric Garcia. Cassandra French is a character that any woman would envy. She's beautiful, has a lovely home and what seems to be a great job - she's a lawyer for a Hollywood studio. Mind you, she doesn't get the really big cases, being in … Continue reading Teaching Men Manners is No Laughing Matter?
Book Review of "Brother & Sister" by Joanna Trollope. David and Nathalie and are the children of Lynne and Ralph. You wouldn't find a closer brother and sister anywhere – except that they're not really siblings. This is because Lynne and Ralph adopted them. This fact was never a secret, and all their lives both … Continue reading Adopted Siblings Road to Discovery