It's been a while since I read a historical fiction book and I was excited to jump back in with The Rose Code because I had received so many positive reviews from friends.
KV Book Review: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
KV Book Review: One Day in December
KV Book Review: The Paris Seamstress
Favorite Books for Toddlers
KV Book Review: The Four Winds
I literally cried every time I opened this book to read. Not sure if it's my pregnancy hormones or the deep love Elsa has for her children that is palpable through Hannah's writing but my goodness, this story was heartbreakingly beautiful. Click here to continue reading my review of The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah.
KV Book Review: Then She Was Gone
KV Book Review: The Vanishing Half
I loved the Vanishing Half - it's beautiful and heartbreaking all at once. It is a beautiful portrayal of how inequality and privilege can shape our lives. It offers insightful perspectives and highlights our internal struggle with self identity illustrating just how different humans can be from one another. Continue reading to see how many stars this book received!
KV Book Review: Daisy Jones & The Six
I'm pretty torn on my opinion about Daisy Jones & The Six. On the one hand, I thought the interview style writing by Jenkins Reid is original and refreshing. I think she did a brilliant job telling a compelling story from multiple perspectives in a way that really brings the narrative to life. Click in to see how many stars I gave this book!
KV Book Review: The Winemaker’s Wife
Overall, I most enjoyed hearing the perspective from French wine country during WWII. Even though this book is fiction and the characters are made up, there was still quite a few real facts and events depicted throughout. As someone who loves historical fiction, specifically the WWII era, I sometimes forget the part France played in the war so this was a nice change. Click in to continue reading my review!