Book Review: Buster Midnight’s Café, by Sandra Dallas.
Since getting a Smartphone several months ago, and trying to stay up to date with all of the new technology the Library has available, I have been “meeting” a lot of new Authors.
Sing You Home by Jodi Picoult
Zoe and Max have been married for 9 years and have tried to have a baby for several years. After many failed attempts they get pregnant, until at 28 weeks there is another tragic outcome. The baby is stillborn.
Max decides he can’t do it anymore, and wants a divorce.
Three times funny--oops, I mean Three times lucky, by Sheila Turnage is funny, poignant, unexpected.
Wow. This is an awesome book. Not a happy read, mind you, but superb. I normally do not like legal thrillers (think John Grisham) but Defending Jacob is quite different. This is almost a necessary read for all citizens, showing the extreme toll taken on the often innocent family of the accused. The horrible and unacceptable results for the family of the accused is so plainly shown it hurts.