“Aren’t books pure joy?”
–The Printed Letter Bookshop by Katherine Reay
The Printed Letter Bookshop by Katherine Reay is a new book that all book lovers will enjoy with several references to books throughout. The story is told from 3 perspectives of the women that work in the book shop. The small town feel is great and makes you want to visit their town and the book shop. The story focuses on a young woman who inherits a bookshop from her aunt. It makes her evaluate her life as an attorney and what she truly wants. I would recommend this book for summer reading since it is a nice light read with some predictability. This was my first book to read from this author and I plan to read some of her other books soon. Thank you Celebrate Lit for this e-book to review and you can visit other blogs on this book tour here. There is a giveaway to win a print copy of this book here.
About the Author:
Katherine Reay is the national bestselling and award-winning author of Dear Mr. Knightley, Lizzy and Jane, The Brontë Plot, A Portrait of Emily Price, The Austen Escape, and The Printed Letter Bookshop. All Katherine’s novels are contemporary stories with a bit of classical flair. Katherine holds a BA and MS from Northwestern University, graduating Phi Beta Kappa, and is a wife, mother, former marketer, and avid chocolate consumer. After living all across the country and a few stops in Europe, Katherine now happily resides outside Chicago, IL. You can meet her at http://www.katherinereay.com; Facebook: KatherineReayBooks; Twitter: @katherine_reay; or Instagram: @katherinereay.
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