Hella’s Book Review

This month Hella reviews the book The Botanist’s Daughter by Kayte Nunn

   The Botanist’s Daughter by Kayte Nunn was a joy to read. It kept my interest right from the beginning. I was also drawn to the beautiful cover of the book with its flowers and birds.
     It is the story of two female botanists separated by more than a century. The author did an excellent job bringing the two different timelines together in the end.
     Set in the Victorian era 1886 in Cornwell England the reader is introduced to Elizabeth Trebithick, an aspiring botanist.  She is preparing for the greatest journey of her life against the advice of her sister and brother-in-law.   Read the full review

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Fireside Chat Book Discussion

Join us Thursday Jan 23 at 4 pm for our next book One False Move by Alex Kava.
Books are now available at the library for check out.

 Melanie Starks and her son, Charlie, have been running petty con jobs for as long as either can remember. Now, just as Melanie is ready to pull out and settle down, Jared Barnett re-enters their lives with a ballsy plan for the ultimate heist. Recently released from a life sentence on a murder charge, Jared is frighteningly high on the feeling of invincibility that comes from getting away with murder.  …. Read more.