#BookBingo – Round 7

This week is a match between category and book that was meant to be!

Themes of Justice:

Half Moon Lake by Kirsten Alexander

What really made my skin crawl was the behind doors schemes, the obvious quest to pervert the course of justice. How some people sleep at night, I’ll never know. Have times changed? One would hope so, but who really knows unless you have the misfortune of getting caught up in a legal ramification. It was one thing for John Henry and Mary to lie. The accused Tramp was also not a surprise, he was after saving his own neck in the end. But a judge? Lawyers? It was an absolute disgrace.
Half Moon Lake is a story of injustice, of the haves and have nots. It’s an excellent novel, extremely thought provoking, harrowing at times. I was enraged even as I read the final sentence – the author will know why!


For 2019, I’m teaming up with Mrs B’s Book Reviews and The Book Muse for an even bigger, and more challenging book bingo. We’d love to have you join us. Every second Saturday throughout 2019, we’ll post our latest round. We invite you to join in at any stage, just pop the link to your bingo posts into the comments section of our bingo posts each fortnight so we can visit you. If you’re not a blogger, feel free to just write your book titles and thoughts on the books into the comments section each fortnight, and tag us on social media if you are playing along that way.

4 thoughts on “#BookBingo – Round 7

  1. Like I said to Amanda, I can’t believe it’s round 7 already! The year is going just too fast! But I’m happy to mention that I have ticked off a few bingo squares so I’m not doing too badly but they have been the easy ones not sure how I’ll go with the more difficult squares.
    I’ll add this book to my ‘must read’ list, although it sounds harrowing I still want to read it.

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