A Date With A Book –August Edition I hope you are on board for a new series on the Worldpalblog!
Book Interpretation: “Hector Finds Time” by Francois Lelord Considering the lifespan of a dog, estimated at ten to thirteen years, I already surpassed two dog generations with hopefully at least six more to come. –Or 40 more mice lives, three more horses or one more owl. Or not even one human life.
With blooming fantasy, the mastermind Lucinda Riley captures your heart in her spellbinding romance “The Shadow Sister” (2016). In a story about love and self-discovery, the New York Times and Sunday Times bestselling author celebrates women’s everyday accomplishments, such as silent courage, kindness and inner strength that are often taken for granted.
“The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry” by Rachel Joyce is an odyssey of an ordinary man written with a disarming simplicity. It is not a story about lost love, but about self-discovery and friendship. With her unusual first novel, Joyce writes herself straight into the hearts of her readers. Her moving and surprising story quickly […]