Contents of blog copyright Book Dragon's Lair 2009-2023
I've been gone a while. I started reading fanfiction to escape and I got sucked in an abyss.

I have no idea if someone else is hosting similar challenges. I just grabbed some of what I have hosted before.

Here's to a happy year of great reading
Jan2023: Not much has changed. Writing a fanfiction now O_o as well as reading but I bought 7 new books in December and hope to get those read soon. Crossing fingers about adding challenges (late!)

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Thoughts on...The Priest and the Peaches

I really wish I had something profound to say. I'm getting an "A" in Procrastination 101 and when I finally got into the book, real life interfered and I haven't finished. That said...

I don't usually read reviews of books I'm reviewing but I wanted to find out why I was having such a hard time with it. I finally decided it's a mix of several things. The attitude of men in the 60's, format, my mood, and new books all conspired together the help me with my "A".

Grrr, taking care of the house and children is not "women's work" and just because they are a woman, doesn't mean that they are the right woman. I'd really like to knock some sense into the father and the oldest child.

Don't even get me started on the nosy neighbor. She should be fired at the very minimum but I'd really like to string her up.

I'll be away from my computer for most of the day but plan on finishing the book and posting an update.

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Disclaimer: I received a complimentary review copy of this book without any obligation to write a positive review. The opinions expressed in this post are mine and may differ from yours. Book information courtesy of publisher.

The Priest and the Peaches
by Larry Peterson

publisher: Tribute Books
format: ebook
Historical Fiction
Young Adult
285 pages

Product Description:
Take a seven day journey with the five, newly orphaned Peach kids, as they begin their struggle to remain a family while planning their dad's funeral.

They find an ally in the local parish priest, Father Tim Sullivan, who tries his best to guide them through the strange, unchartered and turbulent waters of "grown-up world." A story that is sad, funny, and inspiring as it shows how the power of family love and faith can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

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1 comment:

Tribute Books said...

Gina, hang in there with Beatrice. I think you'll be surprised.


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