Weekly Wrap-Up

This wrap-up is for the week of November 14th-November 20th. I read 5 books which brings my yearly reading total to 284 books. These books totaled 1,819 pages.

The Radical Element Edited By: Jessica Spotswood

I gave this short story collection 4 stars. This collection of short stories is by whole known female authors. These stories are about young girls/women who want to make a difference.

Mountain Town Mischief with a Poodle By: Virginia Fox

I gave this book 4 stars. I have a review up for this book. Here is the link. https://debbiesreadingcorner.com/2022/11/15/mountain-town-mischief-with-a-poodle-book-review/

These is my Words By: Nancy E. Turner

I gave this book 4 stars. This is first knowledge of the Arizona Territories. It was not an easy life.

The Last Legacy By: Adrienne Young

I gave this book 3 stars. It is part of The World of the Narrows Series. You can read this as a standalone though. Bryn goes back to Bastian. She must earn the trust of her family if she wants to hold any power within. She soon learns about some entanglements which possibly lead to the death of her parents years ago.

Loveboat, Reunion By: Abigail Hing Wen

I gave this book 4 stars. I actually liked this book more than the first one. The first one is called Loveboat, Taipei. Sophie and Xavier have things to overcome in their lives. Sophie wants to prove to her professor she is good at what she was does. Xavier wants to overcome his issues with reading and get his trust fund. There is a reason why he can’t read or do well in school, but his overbearing father thinks he is lazy.

We do find out at the end of the book what Xavier’s learning issue is. This issue is close to me because my youngest suffers from the same problem. Have you read any of these books? If so, what did you think about them? Let’s talk in the comments down below. Until then keep reading.

Published by debbierpayne

Mother of six and Grandmother of 7. I enjoy reading, sewing, cooking, and crocheting. I am an active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

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