From the Back: In keeping with the purpose of the "America in Crisis" series, it seeks to integrate military, diplomatic, and political factors in such a way as to clarify America's involvement and ultimate failure in Vietnam.
I really enjoyed this chick lit...the author was very witty and made me laugh out loud about things in ordinary life...explores what someone goes through when looking for that real love...the big love.
What an awesome book...starting with the death of a nun and the mysteries surrounding her, the story grabbed me from the beginning. The book is a coming of age story of Alessandra Cecchi and her life growing up during the Italian Renaissance. I felt connected to Alessandra and wanted her to succeed and find herself...this is an interesting read with lots of twists in the plot. I highly recommend it.
How well do you really know the people in your life? What would you do if it turned out someone you loved had a past you knew nothing about? In Blue Diary, Hoffman answers those questions in the story about Ethan Ford. I found the novel interesting, with good character development...from the beginning I was drawn into the story, yet could feel there was something else lurking underneath. I would recommend this book.
I thought this was another good book by Meltzer. I really liked the characters of Wes, Rogo, and Lisbeth. The plot unfolded in a way that was easy to follow and questions were answered throughout instead of all at the end, which I liked. I do wish there would have been more about Freemasonry, but otherwise, I think it was a good read and would recommend it.