A Special Report for Book Lovers
In honor of this month that contains five Tuesdays, here are five books I have read in the last several months as taken from the Book Blog section of my website.
For those who think I read all fiction all the time, this issue of the Special Report for Book Lovers will be surprising – it contains two nonfiction titles! It also contains two fictional tales of families who are impacted by the loss of a child. The fifth book is Taylor Jenkins Reid’s newest story. She is an author I have read and reviewed four times in the past.
As a bonus, links to the other Taylor Jenkins Reid books are included as is a link to another of today’s authors that I have reported on in the past, Ann Napolitano.
In Love – Memoir of Love and Loss by Amy Bloom
The right to die – a terrible topic but a terrific book…
This book is about the right to die and about how to find accompanied suicide for those who are not certifiably terminally ill.
Spare by Prince Harry
Missing mom, an identity issue, and the press…
The book has three recurring themes: the impact of his mother’s death, what it means to be the spare, and the tribulations posed by the press.
Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano
4 sisters + 1 man = lots of grief…
This is the story of the four Padavano sisters. Readers will love them. Those who are familiar with Little Women, will love them even more.
Small World by Laura Zigman
How the death of a child shapes a family…
A family in which one of three daughters dies as a child is poignantly explored by an author who lived a similar experience.
Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid
A lot of tennis with a side of romance…
Carrie Soto is a star tennis player with an amazing record that’s about to be taken away from her. She comes out of retirement to defend it!
Reviews for other Taylor Jenkins Reid books:
A review for another book by Ann Napolitano:
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