Jun 222013
 

literarybloghopjuneWe haven’t had a tour hop here for awhile so I was thrilled to sign up for this one!

Thank You Judith For Hosting!

Only 42 stops so easily manageable and great odds of winning 🙂

The complete list is at the bottom of this post.

I have 2 separate Literary Escapes!

Escape #1

What Maisie Knew (Movie Tie-In)

The inspiration for a new film starring Julianne Moore, Alexander Skarsgard, Steve Coogan, and Onata Aprile

After her parents’ bitter divorce, young Maisie Farange finds herself shuttled between her selfish mother and vain father, who value her only as a means for provoking each other. Maisie—solitary, observant, and wise beyond her years—is drawn into an increasingly entangled adult world of intrigue and sexual betrayal until she is finally compelled to choose her own future. Published in 1897 as Henry James was experimenting with narrative technique and fascinated by the idea of the child’s-eye view, What Maisie Knew is a subtle yet devastating portrayal of an innocent adrift in a corrupt society.

This story is a classic written by Henry James in 1897. I reviewed this book yesterday! It is a wonderful story but a difficult read due to the author’s writing style.

Escape #2

Tuesday’s Gone: A Frieda Klein Novel

In Tuesday’s Gone, a London social worker makes a routine home visit only to discover her client, Michelle Doyce, serving afternoon tea to a naked, decomposing corpse. With no clues as to the dead man’s identity, Chief Inspector Karlsson again calls upon Frieda for help. She discovers that the body belongs to Robert Poole, con man extraordinaire. But Frieda can’t shake the feeling that the past isn’t done with her yet. Did someone kill Poole to embroil her in the investigation? And if so, is Frieda herself the next victim?

A masterpiece of paranoia, Tuesday’s Gone draws readers inexorably into a fractured and faithless world as it brilliantly confirms Frieda Klein as a quintessential heroine for our times.

You can see My Review here.

Both Escapes will include some bookish swag!

Open to residents of U.S. and Canada

To Enter For Both Books Just Fill The Form Out Twice.

CLICK HERE FOR ENTRY FORM

Linky List:

  1. Leeswammes
  2. Ciska’s Book Chest
  3. The Book Garden
  4. Sam Still Reading
  5. Ephemeral Digest
  6. Curiosity Killed the Bookworm
  7. Rikki’s Teleidoscope
  8. The Things You Can Read (US)
  9. Seaside Book Nook
  10. The Relentless Reader (US)
  11. Under a Gray Sky Blog
  12. Exurbanis
  13. Candle Beam Book Blog
  14. Booklover Book Reviews
  15. Books in the Burbs (US)
  16. Babyboomerwrites
  17. River City Reading (US)
  18. Lakeside Musing (N. America)
  19. Read Lately (US)
  20. The Book Diva’s Reads
  21. A Place That Does Not Exist
  22. Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book (US)
  23. A corner of the library
  24. Roof Beam Reader
  25. The Misfortune of Knowing
  26. Girl Vs Bookshelf
  1. heavenali
  2. Love at First Book
  3. The Little Reader Library
  4. The Siren’s Tale
  5. Musings and Ramblings
  6. The Readers Realm (US)
  7. Lost Generation Reader
  8. Readerbuzz
  9. Literary Meanderings
  10. Book Clutter
  11. Bay State Reader’s Advisory
  12. Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity
  13. Nose in a book
  14. Audios & More
  15. Laurie Here
  16. Mythical Books
  17. Books in the City

  6 Responses to “The Literary Blog Hop – June 22 – 26”

  1. Not totally sure I would read either of these books. Both are intriguing stories, but I think they could be dark, and I’m not sure that’s what I want to read. AT LEAST, not right now — later, in a few months or so, maybe.

  2. Thanks for the giveaway 🙂 Have a great weekend and happy hopping!

  3. Thanks for being part of the hop. Your book choices sound great. Tuesday’s Gone sounds mysterious. I’ll check out your review – this may be one for the wishlist!

  4. Thanks for the giveaway… I really want to read What Maisie Knew before seeing the movie, too!

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  6. Thanks for sharing! The Blog Hop is fun!

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