Synopsis: An American Girl-type doll company owner decides to buy a town, wreaking havoc in her wake. Share on Facebook
Synopsis: 1850s California Gold Rush. God tells a good man to marry a prostitute and teach her the true meaning of unconditional love–if she’ll only stick around to learn it. Share on Facebook
Synopsis: Claire is an unassuming secretary who’s never had an adventure. When a womanizing firm partner asks her to come with him to London, she surprises herself and everyone by saying yes – and really throws them all for a loop when she quits her job to stay. Share on Facebook
Robin Hobb’s Farseer Trilogy and the follow up trilogy called The Tawny Man are medievalist fantasy fiction are among the best books I’ve ever read in any genre. I lost myself in these six books, missing my subway stop more than once. I would actually get excited when my alarm went off in the morning because I knew that soon, very soon, I’d be waiting for the train and could dive into the Six Duchies with abandon. The Farseer Trilogy follows the bildungsroman model, and…
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