Tag Archives: Kristin Hannah

36. The Nightingale (Kristin Hannah)

The Nightingale is a compelling audiobook which is well-narrated and a detailed depiction of a horrendous part of world history.  The story follows the experience of two French sisters, Isabelle and Vianne, fighting to survive during World War II.  Their strength, resilience and bravery … Continue reading

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94. Comfort & Joy (Kristin Hannah)

In between baking and enjoying a walk on this warm Christmas Eve day, I also finished reading another Christmas novel.  This one told the story of Joy, a teacher who was struggling with the failure of her marriage and dysfunctional … Continue reading

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