Publisher: Park Row

The Great Unexpected…by Dan Mooney-#Blogtour

The Great Unexpected…by Dan Mooney-#Blogtour

‘ They’d ask, sometime later, what he had been trying to prove, what was his message, what did he what to tell the world, and that itself would be the message.’   As odd as it sounds, some of my favorite characters are grumpy. Grumpy people that turn out to be not so bad after all (once you take the time to understand them). This was true in ‘A Man Called Ove’, and it’s true in ‘The Great Unexpected.’   Adult one on one friendship is something that adds a wonderful aspect to a storyline. This was one of the things that originally attracted to the book.  So from the start, I was rooting for Joel and Frank’s friendship to blossom.   From the beginning, I could tell that both Joel and Frank were very special characters. Franks’s bright and friendly […]

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The Woman in the White Kimono…by Ana Johns #Blogtour

The Woman in the White Kimono…by Ana Johns #Blogtour

‘In the struggle of stone and water, water eventually wins. Since my family’s mind is set like stone, I must persist like water to change it.’ ‘To understand your direction, you must know both your roots and your reach.’ ‘To pick the correct one is fate. To pick the wrong one is also fate.’ Tori Kovac is on a mission to find out what happened to the woman her father fell in love within the 1950s. Naoko Nakamura is fighting her parents and their traditional Japanese ways to marry the man she loves.   I really love historical fiction. The dual timeline with a present-day perspective is by far my favorite. While there have been a ton of WWII historical fiction lately, they almost all center around the European war. The war in Japan was huge and had so many nuances. I […]

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