Tuesday, May 6, 2014

A Novel that Sweeps in like the Tide

A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki


We’ve all read books where the first thing we’ve wanted to do when we finished reading the last page was to start over again from the beginning. Ruth Ozeki’s latest novel “A Tale for the Time Being” is certainly one of those books; but it also isn’t one of those books. The reason for this is, while it is almost certain you will be enchanted by this novel, you might get the feeling that a second reading could change the way you were initially affected by the story. This is partially because you won’t be the same person you were when you first started reading. It may also be because the story itself will be different – either for you or that story itself will change. This might not make a whole lot of sense – at least not until you’ve read this book!




My complete review of this novel is now available only on my new blog here!





"A Tale for the Time Being" by Ruth Ozeki Published by Canongate, March 2013 is available from AmazonBarnes & Noble, Kobo Books (for other eReader formats), eBooks.com, iTunes (in iBook or audiobook form), The Book Depository (free worldwide delivery), new or used from Alibris and Better World Books (promoting literacy and libraries), or from an IndieBound store near you. I would like to thank the publisher for sending a review copy via Curious Book Fans. This is a version of my review on Curious Book Fans and Dooyoo (under my username TheChocolateLady), which previously appeared on {the now defunct} Yahoo! Contributor Network.
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