The Ash Garden
by Dennis Bock
This book is not a page turner. It is a very interesting treatment of the bombing of Hiroshima. It is told from the point of view of a scientist that worked on the team that created the bomb as well as a woman who was 6 years old when the bomb fell. The woman was grossly disfigured as a child and brought to the USA as a teenager for reconstructive surgery. She lost everyone except for her old grandfather. The story is very touching from both points of view. It goes into many details and touches on emotions as well as the hardships of war. The first half of the book was extremely slow going and the second half was better. I would recommend this book to people who have an interest in WWII and/or the effects of atomic bombs.
Bar Flower by Lea Jacobson: Absolutely fascinating: part soap opera, part sociological treatise, this diary of a well-educated American woman's life as a bar hostess in Tokyo is a must read. Will she marry Hiro, her wealthiest client? Will she go bonkers first? Read on!
by Zora Neale Hurston
This classic novel by one of the few women of The Harlem Renaissance tells an unforgettable story. Janie grew up in western Florida, raised by her grandmother. Raised in poverty she travels across Florida with her second and third husbands. In her journey she finds herself.- Kathy Carter -
by Jane Graves
Who knew a world win adventure in Vegas could turn in to love of a life time. Fun roller coster ride of a story. take it out and see for yourself.
Making over Mr. Right
by Judi McCoy
This is a story filled with romance and fantasy. Zoe a exiled muse of beauty daughter of Zeus top god on Mount Olympus. Sent to earth to prove she is worthy and the number one rule is not to fall in love with a mortal. When she meets Theo shes not sure she can follow the rules. Read this book to find out how it ends. See for yourself its definitely worth the time.