Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Waiting On Wednesday


Waiting on Wednesday was created by Jill @http://breakingthespine.blogspot.co.uk. "Waiting on Wednesday" is a weekly event that focusing on upcoming releases that we re eagerly awaiting.


The Flying Circus by Susan Crandall



Set in the rapidly changing world of America’s 1920s, this is a story of three people from very different backgrounds: Henry "Schuler" Jefferson, son of German immigrants from Midwestern farm country; Cora Rose Haviland, a young woman of privilege whose family has lost their fortune; and Charles “Gil” Gilchrist, an emotionally damaged WWI veteran pilot. Set adrift by life-altering circumstances, they find themselves bound together by need, and torn apart by blind obsessions and conflicting goals. Each one holds a secret that, if exposed, would destroy the makeshift family they’ve created. But their journey of adventure and self-discovery has a price --- and one of them won’t be able to survive it.
Summary courtesy of Bookreporter.com


This book sounds like a book that would draw me in from the start. Books that have something that draws strangers together is always a positive for me. I think the suspense of the reason for the attraction is so exciting. This one is definitely on my radar.

Let me know what you think about The Flying Circus by Susan Crandall and what is on your radar.

23 comments:

  1. I have this to read also. Hope we both love it!

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    1. Yes, I hope we do. Just checked your blog. You have a lot of great books on it. Glad I found it. I subscribed.

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  2. It looks interesting. I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Great pick! This sounds really interesting and I love books set in other time periods!

    Thanks for stopping by My WoW!

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  4. This is new to me, but it sounds really interesting! I'm always looking for new and well-written historical fiction. Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

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  5. Great pick! This one sounds very awesome. I hope you have a good week.
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

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  6. A 1920's setting sounds very good!

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  7. A 1920's setting sounds very good!

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    1. I really enjoy historical fiction. Thanks for commenting!

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  8. This sounds good. I've never read this author but she's on my list.

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    1. Whistling Past the Graveyard was an ARC I received. Great book. Set in the South. You might want to read it.

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  9. Oh, this does sound good! I hope you enjoy it!

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  10. The 20s setting sounds good, but sounds kinda heavy with one of them not surviving the secrets. Hope you enjoy it though. Thanks for coming by my WoW.

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    1. I tend to like books with a little sadness. So I'm crossing my fingers!
      Thanks for visiting!

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  11. Love these kind of books where strangers have a link - like the movie Crash. So good! Great pick.

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    Hope you have a lovely week.

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    1. Your WOW, Vengeance Road, has so many things that I look for in a book. Glad I checked it out.

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  12. This looks really interesting, and I love the cover. I hope you enjoy it!

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