Turning Pages Blog

The Age of Light – Book Review

This book is an interesting work of fiction because its main characters are based on real people. Parts of their lives have been put together by the author, Whitney Scharer’s, imagination. I didn’t know this until I had completed the book and began to do some research into the author. I’m not sure how I … Read More

Where the Crawdads Sing- My Book Review

By: Delia Owens “Autumn leaves don’t fall; they fly.  They take their time and wander on this, their only chance to soar.” Let me begin by saying I absolutely loved this book.  I was incredibly attached to this story from the very beginning.  The writing was incredible, detailed and moving.  What was this story about… … Read More

The Love that Split the World – Book Review

By: Emily Henry What is the story about… This story follows a teenage girl named Natalie Cleary, who has just finished high school and is preparing to attend college in the fall.  Natalie was born into an Aboriginal community; however, she was adopted at a very young age by a non-Aboriginal family.  Therefore, she knows … Read More

Cilka’s Journey- A Book Review

By: Heather Morris Cilka’s Journey is a sequel to the bestseller, The Tattooist of Auschwitz.  I have not read The Tattooist of Auschwitz, and I was a bit concerned that I would be confused reading Cilka’s Journey, but that was not the case at all.  This book stands on its own very well.  Heather Morris … Read More


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