A Man Called Ove
There’s nothing quite like a book that has an emotional grip on you, making you laugh and cry along with its storyline. You’ll want to bring the tissues along before you open the covers of these 5 reads! Keep You Safe by Melissa Hill Every mother faces impossible choices. Vaccination is one of the hardest.… Read More »
Grumpy characters can be some of the most fun to read about. Here are 6 books featuring lovable curmudgeons that you’ll absolutely love.
Tags: A Man Called Ove, Anne of Green Gables, Fredrik Backman, Keziah Frost, L.M. Montgomery, Markus Zusak, Phaedra Patrick, Rise and Shine Benedict Stone, Sarah Haywood, The Book Thief, The Cactus, The Reluctant Fortune-Teller
Tags: A Man Called Ove, Allegra Huston, Aziz Ansari, Damian Dibben, diana gabaldon, Donna Tartt, Eat Pray Love, Elizabeth Gilbert, Fredrik Backman, jane austen, Kiera Cass, Modern Romance, Neil Olson, poll, Pride and Prejudice, Say My Name, Sense and Sensibility, The Black Painting, the goldfinch, The One, The Silent Fountain, Tomorrow, Victoria Fox
Not all book characters have the charm of Elizabeth Bennet or the poise of Atticus Finch. Sometimes even the surliest, bad-tempered characters are lovable in their own way. Here are six books with curmudgeon-type characters that we love, especially when they show their softer sides. Rise and Shine, Benedict Stone by Phaedra Patrick Benedict… Read More »
Tags: A Man Called Ove, Benedict Stone, Fredrik Backman, Gabrielle Zevin, Gavin Extence, Helen Simonson, J.D. Salinger, Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand, Phaedra Patrick, Rise and Shine, The Catcher in the Rye, The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry, The Universe Versus Alex Woods