Duly Forgotten

It’s unfortunate (but also statistically probable) that not all “forgotten” books pass muster when it comes to greatness. Here is where I acknowledge these books.

If you have enjoyed/disliked/finished any of the following, I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section!

  • Simonetta Perkins – L. P. Hartley. A novella about a young woman who visits Venice with her overbearing mother and develops feelings for a gondolier. First published in 1925. 3/5 stars. See my Goodreads review here.
  • The Moon in the Water – Pamela Belle. A novel about an orphan girl who is raised with her cousins, one of whom she’s in love with, around the time of the English Civil War. First in the Heron series. First published in 1984. 3/5 stars. See my Goodreads review here.

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