May was another month when I got through fewer books than usual. I am really busy preparing my manuscript for my murder/mystery comedy novel for a “Pitch to the Publisher” day in late June, and sorting out the printing and release arrangements for “Pete and the Persian Bottle”, so sadly I have less time to read. Having said that I read some great books this month:
****1/2 “Seven Flowers and How They Shaped Our World” by Jennifer Potter
***1/2 “The Judgement” by D.J.Niko
**** “Los Angeles: A Portrait of a City” by Jim Heimann
*** “Derek Percy: Australian Psycho” by Alan Whiticker
I have been lucky enough to read another good offering from an emerging author. I really enjoyed this book, but would have absolutely loved it if I were younger.
Have you ever had to choose between love and friendship? Entanglement follows the early lives of two young women, whose upbringing in dysfunctional families has impacted on their ability to form appropriate and lasting relationships. Having met other in college, and recognizing their similarities, a lasting friendship is forged. When one of the girls enters a serious romantic relationship, the status quo is jeopardized.
Suitable reading for teens, adults and young adults. Well written with believable characters.I received an advance review e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.