Magic Hour

Right now, I’m sitting cross-legged on my bed. My cat, Opal is staring at me from the desk chair (her eyes are closed though… she’s pretending to be asleep). My computer timer is going berserk, telling me that I have 15 minutes until I have to shut down my computer.

Recently, I read Magic Hour by Kristin Hannah. That’s what comes of working at a library. If you put away an interesting book enough times, then there’s a good chance you’ll check it out. Case in point:


Yes. That is my collection of library books that I haven’t read yet. Thanks for asking.
Anyhow, back on topic. Magic Hour

Deep in the Pacific Northwest lies the Olympic National Forest– nearly one million acres of impenetrable darkness and impossible beauty. Even in this modern age, much of it remains undiscovered and uncharted. From the heart of this old forest, a six-year-old girl appears. Speechless and alone, she can give no clue as to her identity, no hint of her past. . . .

Simply put, this novel is beautiful. It had me both crying and cheering by the end, and I can’t recommend it enough. **It contains several sexual scenes and deals with rape, kidnapping and murder. If you’re under 16, wait a few years…** 

In my next post, I have a coding-related surprise for you all. Stay tuned. πŸ™‚

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