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The Giver of Stars Set In Depression Era America, A Breathtaking Story Of Five Extraordinary Women And Their Unforgettable Journey Through The Mountains Of Kentucky And Beyond, From The Author Of Me Before You And The Peacock Emporium When Alice Wright Agrees To Marry Handsome American Bennett Van Cleve And Leave Behind Her Stifling Life In England For A New Adventure In Kentucky, She S Soon Disenchanted By Her Newlywed Status And Overbearing Father In Law, Owner Of The Local Coal Mine So When A Call Goes Out For A Team Of Women To Deliver Books As Part Of Eleanor Roosevelt S New Traveling Library, Alice Signs On EnthusiasticallyThe Leader, And Soon Alice S Greatest Ally, Is Margery, The Smart Talking, Self Sufficient Daughter Of A Notorious Local Criminal, A Woman Who S Never Asked A Man S Permission For Anything Alice Finds Margery As Bracing And Courageous As Anyone She S Ever Met And Comes To Rely On Her, Especially As Her Marriage Starts To Fail They Will Be Joined By Three Diverse Women And Become Known As The Horseback Librarians Of Kentucky What Happens To These Women And To The Men They Love Becomes A Classic Drama Of Loyalty, Justice, Humanity And Passion Though They Face All Kinds Of Dangers From Moonshiners To Snakes, From Mountains To Floods And Social Disapproval To Boot But They Believe Deeply In Their Work Bringing Books To People Who Had Never Had Any, Expanding Horizons And Arming Them With Facts That Will Change Their LivesBased On A True Story Rooted In America S Past, The Storytelling Itself Here Is Enthralling The Pages Fly, And The Book Is Unparalleled In Its Scope And Its Epic Breadth Funny, Heartbreaking, And Rewarding, It Is A Rich Novel Of Women S Friendship, Of True Love, And Of What Happens When We Reach Beyond Our Grasp For The Great Beyond



10 thoughts on “The Giver of Stars

  1. says:

    A brilliant epic historical drama set in the US Depression era in Kentucky and the Appalachians from Jojo Moyes that draws on real life actual history Those who have been life long readers will understand the power of books and reading, Moyes focuses on just how important books can be in challenging and changing people and in shaping the world in this powerful telling of the Hor


  2. says:

    COMING SOON, OCTOBER 8, 2019 I was so excited to see that Ms Moyes had chosen to write a historical fiction novel and was fortunate enough to obtain an advanced readers copy It is different from her previous contemporary women s fiction and I thoroughly enjoyed it This book is a quick read, the prose flows beautifully and the plot moves along at a good pace I found the characters to


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    The Giver of Stars is a historical fiction novel featuring true events that took place in Kentucky in late 30s and early 40s when a group of young women got employed by a US government scheme to go into the mountains on horses and take books to families who might not otherwise get a chance to read.I wasn t sure what to expect from this book I did enjoy the author s Me Before You but did


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    Historical fiction based on a true story of horse riding librarians who were the Great Depression s bookmobiles Diverse young women, their saddlebags full of books, preparing to ride out in vast and often unfriendly terrain or reading to families who had nothing Books librarians strong diverse women horses mountains hardships incredible unexplored history great characters me being the victi


  5. says:

    Anyone who has read a jojo moyles book knows that, in reality no reviews of a new book by her are needed as her writing is the biz I had no idea what this book was about just the author was enough for me to want to read and review and so when I read the intro was surprised to read the book is based on a group of women in Kentucky in the late 1930 s who, via horseback, start a library to help en


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    The Giver of Stars by Jojo Moyes is a story based in the 1930s about the Horseback Librarians Horseback Librarians did exist and this is a story of a new branch, The Baileyville Packhorse Library, Kentucky.Five women risk long rides everyday over inhospitable terrain in all weathers to bring, books and magazines to poor people living far from town with little or no transport People are wary of them


  7. says:

    If I could give 10 stars, that still wouldn t be enough Incredible unexplored history meets well honed characters you become fully devoted to plus throughout the story Moyes weaves incredible literary passages, newspaper or journal snippets, which helps illustrate the journey the characters are living with beguiling clarity For fans of the unyielding frontier heroism, for readers of layered history, an


  8. says:

    The Giver Of Stars by Jojo Moyes is set in Kentucky during the 1930 s and Alice a new English bride finds herself living in a little town called Baileyville.Alice Wright jumps at the chance to leave her boring life in England behind and quickly marries American Bennett Van Cleve She assumes life as a married women will be farinteresting, she has no idea her husband lives in such a remote area and shares a


  9. says:

    What a wonderful story JoJo Moyes has done it again.GIVER OF THE STARS is different than the contemporary fiction that Moyes has written in the past However even though this novel is based on true events and people it is Moyes s rich character development and the story line of these ladies that drives the novel.I knew little of the WPA library but love that i learnedabout it from reading this novel The strengt


  10. says:

    I love Jojo Moyes books so was delighted to see she had a new one coming out From the blurb alone it is obvious that The Giver Of Stars is very different to her other novels but that intrigued me even .The story centres mainly around Alice and Margery Alice is an English woman who is quite restless and not understood by her family so jumps at the chance of marrying an American man which gives her the opportunity f


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About the Author: Jojo Moyes

Jojo Moyes is a British novelist.Moyes studied at Royal Holloway, University of London She won a bursary financed by The Independent newspaper to study journalism at City University and subsequently worked for The Independent for 10 years In 2001 she became a full time novelist Moyes novel Foreign Fruit won the Romantic Novelists Association RNA Romantic Novel of the Year in 2004.She is married to journalist Charles Arthur and has three children.