Monday, 12 August 2013
Recently, I've allowed work to interrupt my moments of escape. Commutes spent clicking away on my blackberry rather than turning a page.
Our trip away afforded us time. Time to catch up with each other. Time to laugh. Time to sleep. Time to be. Time to read.
I polished off three cracking books on holiday, oddly all with a WWII theme.
1. Citadel by Kate Mosse.
2. The Secretkeeper by Kate Morton.
3. The Seamstress by Maria Duenas.
If you opt for 1 - I'd recommend reading Labyrinth and Sepulchre first. Number 2 touches on life in London. Number 3 has an exotic flavour with the Spanish Civil War and Tangiers.