Category Archives: Yvonne’s Reviews

My Review of SEASONS OF THE FOOL by Lynne Cantwell

Cantwell has a way, not only with words, but with characters and story – even magic. This book enchanted me from the first page. It is Julia’s story, a woman who returns to her beginnings to face choices she now … Continue reading

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My review of “WHEN ROSA CAME HOME” by Karen Wyld

Just when I’d given up on finding stories where characters were good as well as bad, where plots did not depend on violence, and where magic still lived, along comes “When Rosa Came Home”. TweetShare

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My Review of CHIINESE TAKE-OUT by Ian Mathie

This book was a surprise to me. I had read one of Mathie’s memoir books and enjoyed it immensely so thought I’d give this a try. I do not read spy novels, as a rule, because I find them too … Continue reading

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My Review of LIKE SHARDS OF GLASS by R.H. Ramsey

It was hard for me to read this book and is even harder for me to describe in a way that does it justice. It is a novel about pain, about tragedy and trauma and what that does to people. … Continue reading

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Gerald And The Wee People by Greta Burroughs

Gerald and his friend Vernon find themselves facing adventures in the world of the wee people that test their views of what the real world is. In it they encounter magic and strange creatures they must help the wee people … Continue reading

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