Book Reviews: A Trail of Broken Wings by Sejal Badani

I got this book wonderfully well written and heartbreaking page turner of a book from Kindle Unlimited adding audible narration to it. As I had this I read it via a combination of reading and listening. This was the first time I had listened to a book ans this book was an ideal book to do it with because it enabled me to hear the correct pronunciation of the characters names as they were Indian Names.

The book told the story of an Indo-American family and the life they had in America particularly the lives of the four women (Mother and 3 daughters) at the hands of the abusive matriarch of the family. The story starts with the return of one of the women from her travels after hearing her father was in a coma, which it turned out was due the actions of the Mother poisoning him slowly with some of his medicine.

Book Reviews: Slayed On The Slopes (Pacific Northwest Mysteries #2) BY Katie E Dyer-Seeley – books read during the week of 29/2

  Kindle Edition, 352 pages Published March 31st 2015 by Kensington ASIN: B00OEW7562 Edition Language: English Series: Pacific Northwest #2 Review Copy: Goodreads New Adult Book Club Read it Review It (RIRI~11/16) Rating: 7/10  (goodreads rating 5/5 stars) Genre:  New Adult Cozy Mystery Rating: 10/10 (goodreads rating: 5 Stars) Book Information Synopsis: After talking her way into a job […]

Edelweiss #9/16|Book Review: Now Go Out There (And Get Curious) by Mary Carr – from books read in the week of 29/2

Title: Now Go Out There Author: Mary Karr Genre: Self-Help Publisher: HarperCollins Release Date: April 5, 2016 Format: DARC Pages: 112 Source: Edelweiss A celebration of curiosity, compassion, and the surprising power of fear, based on the New York Times bestselling author and renowned professor’s 2015 commencement address at Syracuse University. “Being smart and rich […]