Overdrive finally came through over the weekend with this book. I am happily reading it now and I will return it the minute I am done! As everyone should!
I read and loved these two over the weekend. Small Admissions was so good! It was clever! It was funny! I loved Kate...the dysfunctional main character. I loved reading about all of the parents and applicants to this private school. It was really different and immensely entertaining. It takes place in NYC. Kate has embarrassing college professor "hippie" parents and a "normal" sister who worries way too much about Kate. In spite of her lack of experience being an admissions navigator...Kate is really good at it! Plus...her notes about the candidates...priceless! Behind Closed Doors was really good, too, but the creep factor...that would be Jack...made me want to finish it fast!
New books? There were a few...
This book is based on a Russian folk tale.
"Elinor Lipman may well have invented the screwball romantic comedy for our era, and here she is at her sharpest and best. On Turpentine Lane is funny, poignant, and a little bit outrageous."
"In this spine-tingling tale, a girl fights to save her home and her life from a mysterious stranger."
"Set against the construction of the Eiffel Tower, this novel charts the relationship between a young Scottish widow and a French engineer who, despite constraints of class and wealth, fall in love."
I am unable to resist Christmas books...at this time of year. It's the same way that I can't resist beach books in the summer. So...
This one is by the same author who wrote The Bookshop On The Corner.
And of course I need to read these Christmas Classics...in this order! They are sappy...I am certain...but still fun to read! I am relying on Overdrive for the last one...so those 18 readers ahead of me better start reading!