Literary Fiction book reviews
Literary fiction, by many, is considered to be serious fiction. Here you will find reviews of books that are in this genre.
Decision or Destiny - a Review
How much do the decisions we make affect our lives? Exactly how do they affect the direction our lives go in? If we take a wrong turn, can we ever find happiness again?
Meggie Brooks - a Review
I found "Meggie Brooks", written by Daphne Woods, to be an extraordinarily well-written novel. The romance, mystery, humor, crises, Christian and conservative apologetics that it contains grabbed my interest and kept my housework from getting done.
Olive Branches Don't Grow on Trees - a Review
Olive Branches Don't Grow on Trees is the first novel written by Grace Mattioli. Silvia, the main character of this book, just can't seem to stay in one place very long. She moves from one city to another in hopes of finding happiness. Is there a reason she is like this?
Relative Strangers - a Review
Relative Strangers is a collection of 14 short stories written by Margaret Hermes. In each of these stories, there are people who are strangers to everyone around them. They are strangers even to their own family members.
Winter's Silence - a Review Fiction Writing Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Fiction Writing Site Map
Winter’s Silence, by Stephanie Silberstein, is the story of a 6-year-old Jewish girl and the difficulties she experienced because of her faith. This tale takes place during the Christmas season. Through the eyes of this little girl, you experience this time of year as it is for Jews.
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