Another fabulous read. I thought I had had my fill of lives intertwined through centuries, but in The Last Painting of Sara De Vos it wasn’t love that tied things together, but a painting and the people entwined in its story.
I couldn’t put it down. Not because of the mystery but because I loved the people and i loved the writing. The main character was a man which is unusual for me and I worried for him and just really needed to know what was going to happen with him. I hesitate to tell the story as I prefer to pick up a book that has been recommended and read it with no idea what its about. Interested in more, click the book and it will link you to amazon.
This book caught my attention when i was listening to a podcast on Science Friday. Apparently if you add vodka to a batter it will come out crisper? If that’s true I had to buy the book. Its a million dense pages and I am enjoying reading every one.
I fell into this book because of the images the title conjured up for me. And something about it clicked. It wasn’t the most unusual story or the best writing ever but the story stuck with me and i liked the characters. If you are looking for a simple read, but better than a beach book, you might try this one.
Such a fun read.