The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern

The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern Order from: IndieBound | The Book Depository |  Amazon   Reason for Reading: Cecelia Ahern has been my go-to guilty pleasure author for a while. I  recommend: The Distant Hours by Kate Morton Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier Summary from GoodReads: Tamara Goodwin has always got everything she’s ever wanted. […]

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Selkie Dreams by Kristin Gleeson

Selkie Dreams by Kristin Gleeson Order from: IndieBound | The Book Depository |  Amazon   Reason for Reading: Knox Robinson Publishing puts out some fantastic titles and this one looked fascinating to me. I also recommend: The Bone People by Keri Hulme Island of Wings by Karen Altenber Summary from GoodReads: Belfast, 1895. Haunted by her mother’s death, Máire […]

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The Last Storyteller by Frank Delaney

The Last Storyteller by Frank Delaney Order from: IndieBound | The Book Depository |  Amazon   Reason for Reading: Frank Delaney is one of my all-time favorite authors. I also recommend: The Linen Queen by Patricia Falway Summary from GoodReads: Brimming with fascinating Irish history, daring intrigue, and the drama of legendary love, The Last Storyteller is an unforgettable […]

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The Linen Queen by Patricia Falway

The Linen Queen by Patricia Falvey Order from: IndieBound | The Book Depository |  Amazon   Reason for Reading: Frank Delaney and Frank McCourt have made Irish-novel lovers out of me.  I couldn’t resist this one. I also recommend: Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell Emma by Jane Austen Summary from GoodReads: Abandoned by her father […]

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Fiona: Stolen Child by Gemma Whelan

Fiona: Stolen Child by Gemma Whelan Pre-Order from: IndieBound | The Book Depository | Amazon Reason(s) for Reading: I’m a sucker for an Irish story – it must be the melancholy in me. =) I  also recommend: Sweetie by Kathryn Magendie The Solitude of Prime Numbers by Paolo Giordano Summary from GoodReads: Fiona Clarke, an Irish writer […]

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