Milia Hambric


Full of Asian culture and traditions. Beautifully written. I’d of like more of an ending, but think the author wanted to let us the reader imagine next steps.

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The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane

Books | Lisa See

Beautiful book of friendship and growth ( if you read the series.) I love the HBO adaptation.

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My Brilliant Friend

Books | Elena Ferrante

Her books are always easy to read. This story was about a young girl growing up with unstable parents and the need to look out for her and her mother. There are many twists and suspense. Good ending.

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The Great Alone

Books | Kristin Hannah

LOVED!!! Have lots of tissue ready.

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The Nightingale

Books | Kristin Hannah

This story starts in the present and looks back on the life of an old mother who is thought to be out of her mind. As you read, the story unfolds. You will love the most beautiful ending. Have tissues on hand throughout.

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Winter Garden

Books | Kristin Hannah

Great story of betrayal, determination and love entangled in this book that also detailed the flu pandemic in 1918.

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The Orphan Collector

Books | Ellen Marie Wiseman

I liked it more than I didn’t. Not one of my favorites of hers.

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The Four Winds

Books | Kristin Hannah

OMG, what’s not to like. Such a painfully beautiful story.

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Fifty Words for Rain

Books | Asha Lemmie

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