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Saturday, 10 October 2020

My Bookish Weekly Wrap Up - 10th October 2020

 


Greetings fellow bookish folk! I hope the week has treated you well! It hasn't treated me well as it's given me a cold!! So I'm stocking up on Vitamin C and echinacea (and extra chocolate supplies!) to help thwart those evil germs!!

So only 3 books have been read this week as I've been struggling to keep my eyes open during 'reading' time, but I have been restrained over at Netgalley so that's a plus!!!

Here's my quick look back...

BOOKS FINISHED

THE BOOK CLUB by C.J.COOPER - 3 STARS







BOOKHAUL

Just the one from Netgalley..

THE SILK HOUSE by KAYTE NUNN

publication date - January 2021

Weaving. Healing. Haunting. The spellbinding story of a mysterious boarding school sheltering a centuries-old secret by the bestselling author of THE BOTANIST'S DAUGHTER.

Australian history teacher Thea Rust arrives at an exclusive boarding school in the British countryside only to find that she is to look after the first intake of girls in its 150-year history. She is to stay with them in Silk House, a building with a long and troubled past, where the shadows hide more mysteries than she could ever imagine.

In the late 1700s, Rowan Caswell leaves her village to work in the home of an English silk merchant. She is thrust into a new and dangerous world where her talent for herbs and healing soon attracts attention.

In London, Mary-Louise Stephenson lives amid the clatter of the weaving trade and dreams of becoming a silk designer, a job that is the domain of men. Arriving in the market town of Oxleigh, she brings with her a length of fabric woven with a pattern of deadly plants that will have far-reaching consequences for all who dwell in the silk house.

Intoxicating, haunting and inspired by the author's background, THE SILK HOUSE is the exceptional new gothic mystery by Kayte Nunn


And my subscriber copy arrived from Peirene Press.... 

THE PEAR FIELD by NANA EKVTIMISHVILI
publication date - 30 October 2020


In post-soviet Georgia, on the outskirts of Tbilisi, on the corner of Kerch St., is an orphanage. Its teachers offer pupils lessons in violence, abuse and neglect. Lela is old enough to leave but has nowhere else to go. She stays and plans for the children's escape, for the future she hopes to give to Irakli, a young boy in the home. When an American couple visits, offering the prospect of a new life, Lela decides she must do everything she can to give Irakli this chance.

CURRENTLY READING


WHEN I COME HOME AGAIN by CAROLINE SCOTT


HAPPY READING!!

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