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Watermark by Vanitha Sankaran

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  1. I enjoyed your review and look forward to reading this one. I love historical fiction and this has been on my TBR pile for a few weeks now, but I might need to shuffle it up the list after reading your review.
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  2. I’m reading Watermark as well and just dropped by. I love your review!
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  3. This looks like a fascinating historical novel! I’m glad you enjoyed it – I’ve added it to my list. Thanks!

  4. Hello Vanitha:
    I think your blog is fabulous, so I’m awarding you with the Beautiful Blogger and Honest Scrap awards. Just post 10 things about you and then pass the award on to 10 blogs you admire. I hope you have fun with it!
    .-= Lisa Almeda Sumner´s last blog ..The Perks of Being a Blogger =-.

    • Let me try this again. I mean to say that “Serena I think your blog is fabulous” and all the rest. Forgive my blooper; after a long day of teaching high school I was determined to complete my task! And that was after having gone to do my taxes after school (ouch!). Maybe I should have waited until I was more rested, but I still want to give this site the awards, if you want to play. Best regards.
      .-= Lisa Almeda Sumner´s last blog ..The Perks of Being a Blogger =-.

  5. This sounds like a remarkable book and one I would probably like. It reminds me a bit of a book I reviewed back in January–in terms of the constant watchfulness of neighbors on neighbors. Thank you for your great review, Serena.
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  6. what a beautiful review–and a gorgeous book cover!

    i haven’t heard of this author or the novel but am intrigued by your review and synopsis. i can’t fathom living in such difficult times as the ones you described. i can’t imagine the scrutiny that auda must face and look forward to picking this one up. thanks!

  7. Oh, I’m so glad you liked it! I think it sounds like a great book! I can’t imagine living in a time when you had to watch everything you did for fear of being accused of something. That must have been difficult, at best!

    Love your review!