I thought it's be a good idea to share some of the books I've been reading, just in case anyone is looking for a good read.
Normally I don't read historical novels, but I have discovered a few books that deal with more recent history. I have read a few books by Victoria Hislop, the best being The Thread, which tells about life in Greece during the second world war.
Another excellent book is "The People of the Book" by Geraldine Brooks. It's the story of a young girl who restores an historical book which had been lost for many years. The stories of the owners of the book unfolds as she finds a series of artifacts in the binding of the book - a grain of salt, a wine stain.
Another favourite author of mine is Jodi Picoult. I could honestly recommend any of her books, but I really enjoyed the Pact, Second Glance and House Rules
And before my last recommendation, due to popular request, here's the photo of what Czech Scotsmen wear under their quilts.
Right, finally I have just recently finished a book called"The hundred year old man who climed out of the window and disappeared" by Jonas Jonasson. It's a humourous, very cleverly written book, which I couldn't put down.
So there are some suggestions. Have you got any books that you read recently and couldn't put down. Time to share......