Cowpet Bay, a vacationing haven for the privileged in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, is the meeting ground between five people—three men and two women—whose interaction leads to major changes in their lives. A Wall Street banker, his younger mistress—an aspiring academic—a retired professor of literature, a German graduate student of philosophy, and a local waitress all find their lives to be intertwined in a way that none expected. As their collective story unfolds, the events are viewed sequentially from the standpoint of each, revealing their impact not only on each but also, ultimately, on the whole bay community.
Introducing Falguni Kothari's book the Soul Warrior. Including an exclusive excerpt from the book. Hope you enjoy 🙂
Autumn has officially hit in the Netherlands, and the weather hasn't decided to treat us a little longer with some more summer weather. It's been raining for a whole week and really strong winds, believe me, biking is no fun right now. But considering autumn is not all bad, that's this weeks theme! So here are this weeks questions. Answer the questions below, or on your own blog and share the link below! Your choice.
I finally did it. I finally read a game of thrones after having it on my to read list for a year... I am so happy I finally did 😀
I won't describe what I look like. Whatever you're thinking, it's probably worse. August (Auggie) Pullman was born with a facial deformity that prevented him from going to a mainstream school—until now. He's about to start 5th grade at Beecher Prep, and if you've ever been the new kid then you know how hard that can be. The thing is Auggie's just an ordinary kid, with an extraordinary face. But can he convince his new classmates that he's just like them, despite appearances?
The Woman in Black is a ghost story by Susan Hill, in which Arthur Kipps relates his haunting experiences at Eel Marsh House. The tale begins on Christmas Eve, when Arthur's step-children invite him to tell a ghost story. Arthur is too disturbed by his memories to share his story aloud, so he writes it down
I think the question above is a debate that will take place for a long, long time. People who don't like to read will always answer 'why read the book when you can watch the movie? ' and book lovers will most likely angrily reply 'but the book is always better'. I have to agree, the book is always better than the movie, well 99% of the time anyway. (Allegiant, I'm looking at you)