Mrs. de Winter
Susan Hill / September 5, 2017

Mrs. de Winter (1993), a novel by Susan Hill, is the sequel to the very famous book Rebecca. Rebeccas was written by Daphne DuMaurier and published in 1938.   This is a great stand-alone book. You don’t even have to read Rebecca to understand it. Hill took on what must have seemed to many as an insurmountable job when she agreed to write the sequel to Rebecca. Rebecca, one of the greatest romantic novels ever written, would be a tough act to follow, but Hill did a marvelous job.   Mrs. de Winter continues the story of the new Mrs. de Winter, wife of Maxim de Winter, whose first wife Rebecca was found murdered. Maxim was not convicted of the crime, but left his much-loved England to live in exile where he met his new young wife. And he told her the truth of what actually happened. Or did he?   Poor Mrs. de Winter lives through this exile, and then is suddenly safely back in England, the England she loves, much as Maxim loves it. They are happy. They have found their little piece of England, colored all in green with the bright colors of the rainbow all around…

Physics In Minutes by Giles Sparrow
Giles Sparrow / September 5, 2017

  “A Refreshing Introduction to Physics.” This book is an excellent collection of key concepts for the student who needs to have a firm grasp of the subject of Physics. It’s also great for teachers and lecturers who may have a momentary lapse of the facts in the classroom. This is because the author Giles has key facts in bite size but concise statements. In a pocket size book that can be easily carried in the smallest bag, Giles takes you on a physical ride of physics, covering such topics from Newton’s Law of Motion, through Relativity, Particle Physics, to Neutrinos, to String Theory, to Schrodinger’s Cat; and more; a perfect introduction to the complex world of physics. Misty BaileyHey there, my name is Misty and I’m a book blogger 17 years old. While you may be thinking that most teens would spend most of their time blogging on their day and their life and blah blah blah. Well, I actually want to be some sort of journalist when I get that far and I’d say I’m doing pretty well. I love all things technology, whether it be computers or televisions or whatever.More Posts