Tag Archives: Tana French

This Week . . .

Thanks everyone for stopping by to check on me. I’ve had a busy week and so I only read one book. It was a long one (20 hours on audio), but well worth the time. The Secret Place by Tana … Continue reading

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My Week In Review

Welcome to my weekly review. This week I read what are for me “major” reads. That means they are long and intridate stories with lots of details, either character-wise or plot/activities. They are the kind of stories I become totally … Continue reading

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My Week . . .

The weather here is terrible, but I’m having a good reading week. Sometimes bad weather makes me want to snuggle in and just read. Do you have the same reaction? Here’s what I’ve been reading: The Likeness by Tana French … Continue reading

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Book Review: In the Woods by Tana French

Adam, at the age of twelve, disappeared along with his two best friends in the woods near his home in Dublin. Two days later Adam was found standing gripping a tree with his fingernails, his shoes filled with blood, his … Continue reading

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An Excellent Audiobook: Faithful Place by Tana French

Faithful Place represents an area in the inner city of Dublin, Ireland. It’s a street of old houses made into apartments and primarily lived in by the poor, or people on the “dole.” Frank Mackey grew up crammed together with his … Continue reading

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