In my Alphabet Challenge, which thankfully has no time limits or goals on it, I have read the book for the letter ‘B’. Santa Montefiore’s The Beekeeper’s Daughter was a book due at the public library which I finished up (just in time) and counted as part of the challenge. An experienced writer, Montefiore presents a story of two romances (mother’s and daughter’s ) that span the settings of England during WWII and 1973 New England.
Grace Hamblin is the beekeeper’s daughter, living in England and who experiences a love that can never be fulfilled. Trixie, her daughter falls in love with Jasper, a singer in a band “on the brink of stardom.” He is part of the British Music Invasion of the seventies. Trixie’s story and Grace’s story (the latter told in flashbacks) have more in common than either could suspect. Both are searching for “lost love.” “To find what…
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“Be strong because things will get better. It may be stormy now, but it never rains forever.” – Anon
Something to think on, Spidey, thank you.
This quote really hit me as a truth.
Times in our lives come, where we think we can’t carry on.
Everything is against us.
It doesn’t matter what we do, it’s always wrong.
But the saying “We can weather the storm” reflects exactly that.
There is no storm on earth that goes on forever. There is always an end in sight, and if it’s worth it, ride it.
Hold on with both hands, and accept you may be slightly bruised and battered after, but you will come out the other side, and you will be stronger too.
Which situation did you think you’d never get through, but ultimately, has given you the strength to carry on?
Around the next-to-the-last week in January, I took on the challenge of reading a book whose title began with each letter of the alphabet. I did this as an overlap challenge with my January six book challenge, and have “retired” several of the letters, but not necessarily posted any reviews of the books. Today I want to review Megan Miranda’s All the Missing Girls. Obviously, it is a mystery, but its uniqueness lies in that it is told backwards. It was published in 2016, and I found it at Half Price Books.
Nicollete Farrell, the protagonist, receives a phone call from her brother, Daniel, saying their father is rapidly declining and asking her to come home. Ten years before, she had left Cooley Ridge, a “town full of liars,” and set out on a new path and had begun a new life. She is satisfied with her current status and…
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