Sunday, June 26, 2016

Sunday Salon...

Sunday Salon finds me still reading The Unquiet Dead, I'm almost finished.  Thought I'd finish on my week away, but I was just having too much fun. 
The is a debut novel, a Canadian author. The mystery in this book is solving someone who has fallen down a cliff, I don't know why that is so mysterious... I myself fell partially down the cliff... were it not for my companion and a passerby I may still be there.  On a more serious note, the novel digs into a time in our recent history that is shameful. Most wartime stories are shameful.   I know so very little about Screbrenica.  Where was I?  I like to have a whole lot of questions after a book. This one is no different.  I have a lot of questions.  Happy reading.


4 comments:

Margaret @ BooksPlease said...

I hope you'll write more about this book - I know so very little about Screbrenica too. It sounds a serious book.

Jenny said...

I have been so busy I've barely had time to read anything, Dear Irene! I must make amends. You inspire me. Happy week. xoxo

Vicki said...

I don't remember Screbrenica either. Like Margaret, I'd like to know your thoughts on this book when you're finished.

My bff in Jr. High fell 40 ft. off a cliff on a class trip. She was pretty messed up. Broke her pelvic bone and a few others in her legs. Couldn't walk for a very long time.

Nise' said...

I love debut novels. I also like learning about something that I know very little about.

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