Moving On

Lilac Girls  by Martha Hall Kelly The war changed everything. It was just impossible to pretend nothing had happened. The third part that happened after the war, that people would live on and suffer, kinda like what would happen after the “happy marriage” , which is really sad. Maybe we all know what would happen, so […]

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Tiresome

A Fine Balance  by Rohinton Mistry This book is set in the mid-1970s in India, not a cherry and happy one. I’ve finished only the few chapters in the beginning and the end. The people in nations with long histories did suffer in different time and in different ways.

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Tough Hero

Make Me – Jack Reacher Series, Book 20  by Lee Child Deep Web Mother’s Rest Jack Reacher Series: 1     Killing Floor 2     Die Trying 10  The Hard Way 20   Make Me

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A Tudor Everywoman

The Lives of Tudor Women  by Elizabeth Norton A collective biography of different women from upper as well as lower class. They suffered or enjoyed their everyday lives differently and yet sometimes amazingly the same as today . All the drawings and paintings mentioned in the chapters are attached, which makes it easier to imagine.

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Tough Hero

Die Trying – Jack Reacher Series, Book 2  by Lee Child independence Jack Reacher Series: 1     Killing Floor 2     Die Trying 10  The Hard Way 20   Make Me

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Essays

Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls – Essays, Etc.  by David Sedaris Audio book read by the author. Lost most of the points. Bit hard to catch all the details and laugh lines.

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Total Mess

After You  by Jojo Moyes All about things after  Me Before You. With two whole books and 30 hours’ reading, I only find myself more clear that I don’t like Lou, I don’t like Lily, or maybe I don’t even like Daenerys Targaryen. But oddly, It’s sort of comforting to know that I finally sort this […]

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During Hard Times

The Orphan’s Tale  by Pam Jenoff Audiobook read by Jennifer Wydra Noa and Astrid are both brave and lucky to find each other. Sad story it is, but the way the story the author tell this story reminds that people would love and care for strangers even in most difficult times. There’s always hope after all.

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Girlhood Rivalry

The Other Boleyn Girl,  Boleyn Series, Book 1,  by  Philippa Gregory It’s astonishing to see that human beings being driven by lust for fortunes ,wealth and power are so pitiful. Women especially have no choice of their own lives at all back then. Annamaria and Marianne, both of them are as tragedy as the other,which […]

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