Sunday Post: The Witch of Little Italy

The Witch of Little ItalyThe Witch of Little Italy by Suzanne Palmieri
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The story has ended. I am not ready to leave the world of this enchanting book: the abundant garden thick with hardy vines and flowers, the magical family of loving sisters and brothers, the powers of magic and secret spells, the familiar Italian references, bittersweet memories of childhood, of anticipated birth and acceptance of death, and powers of love and continuity. A book of life and wisdom, a book about women.


"Life gets heavy."
"Everyone is entitled to a redo."

Paraphrase or quote?? Love can be warm and gentle and comfortable rather than a Tasmanian Devil of emotions and insecurities.

The personalities in this book are so like those of my mother's Italian family.

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I have read six books in May: 1 fiction, 1 fantasy, 2 mysteries, and 3 historical fiction.

This week:
Finished Reading
The Witch of Little Italy by Suzanne Palmieri
The Quiche of Death by M. C. Beaton
The Baker Street Letters by Michael Robertson

Currently Reading
Astor Place Vintage by Stephanie Lehman  ARC
The Vicious Vet by M. C. Beaton

To Arrive This Week
Remains To Be Scene by Richard Tyler Jordan

What's happening with your reading?



Book Savvy Babe said...

Looks like you've been reading some good reads. It's always fun to mix up genres. I'm just trying to catch up on review books, so much to do, so little time. Hope you have a great week and happy reading-- Book Savvy Babe

Mereknits said...

Try The Promise of Stardust by Priscille Sibley, you will love it.

Jenea Whittington said...

I hope you enjoy current read, and your new one too. Happy reading.

Jenea @ Books Live Forever's Sunday Post