Book Review: The Marriage of Opposites by Alice Hoffman

I really do try to celebrate the small things in life.  One of those small things is being an advance reader for Simon and Schuster🙂 Having a new book arrive is such a treat! I’ve been introduced to books I would not have picked up for myself, which is always fun.

When the most recent book arrived I had high hopes.  I’ve heard great things about Alice Hoffman, but never read any of her books.  Until now.  And now I want to read all her books.

Book Review Marriage of Opposites by Alice Hoffman via @heathernheels

The Marriage of Opposites by Alice Hoffman will be available August 4th, 2015

 

The Marriage of Opposites was a wonderful and vivid read.  I loved it.  I was so entranced by the characters that when the book ended I found myself unable to start another book the following evening.  I somehow felt no matter how great the next book was, I would be disappointed because it wasn’t what my brain was longing for.

The story was beautifully told.  The characters were marvelously detailed and flawed, and so very real.  I loved the way the island of St. Thomas was described, I feel as though I’ve been.  I loved learning more about Camille Pissaro through this magical journey through time, using real life truths and facts to anchor it.

This book made me shed a tear, made me smile with delight, and caused me think more deeply about the ties that bind.  The Marriage of Opposites is a beautifully told love story, one I would highly recommend.

 

Disclosure:  Being a Simon & Schuster Advance Reader means I receive books every so often.  And every so often I really enjoy one of those books, so I decide to write a review post.  Here’s hoping you enjoy a good book!

 

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