Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel ~Audiobook Review~

When I was in college I got my degree in European History. One of my senior papers was on The Pilgrimage of Grace that occurred during the reign of Henry VIII. I will read anything about Tudor history. It is such a turbulent time period. So I figured that Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel would … Continue reading Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel ~Audiobook Review~

~May Audiobook TBR~

Seriously. Libby has been a lifesaver. On long car rides, chores, laundry day, long walks...that is when I listen to audiobooks and I fly through them! I have been trying to cut back on purchasing new books unless it is one that I know I will reread again and again. I have been utilizing my … Continue reading ~May Audiobook TBR~

The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich ~Review~

Thank you so much Harper Perennial for the opportunity to read this book! “Because everything was alive, responsive in its own way, capable of being hurt in its own way, capable of punishment in its own way, Zhaanat’s thinking was built on treating everything around her with great care.”The Night Watchman The Night Watchman by … Continue reading The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich ~Review~

The Women of Chateau Lafayette by Stephanie Dray ~Review~

Thank you to Berkley Books, Stephanie Dray, and NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book! Adrienne Lafayette: 1774Beatrice Chanler: 1914Marthe Simone: 1940Extraordinary women in extraordinary times. The Women of Chateau Lafayette by Stephanie Dray intertwines the stories of Adrienne, Beatrice, and Marthe and their connection to one place. Everyone knows of the Marquis de … Continue reading The Women of Chateau Lafayette by Stephanie Dray ~Review~