My review of ‘Twilight’s Indian Princess’ on Rosie Amber’s blog. A great short read and recommended.
Our review today comes from Book Review Team Member Alison, she blogs at https://alisonwilliamswriting.wordpress.com/
Alison has been reading Twilight’s Indian Princess by Margaret Langstaff
Here is her review.
Twilight’s Indian Princess
This is a well-written novella with moments of stunning prose and an intriguing central character. Busy teacher and mum Sarah is looking forward to some well-deserved time to herself – time that is marked by an empty block on a calendar that is normally chock-a-block with responsibilities, appointments and promises. She is a woman that most of us will see some of ourselves in – spreading our time too thinly, making promises that we wish we hadn’t, loading ourselves up with commitments that leave us rushing around craving a few moments of silence and solitude. But Sarah’s planned ‘me time’ doesn’t pan out how she, or we, imagined.
I must admit that I was left feeling a little confused…
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