Book Club Questions for The Giver of Stars by Jojo Moyes.
The unlikely-yet-uplifting love story is now her thing, and although her latest book, The Giver of Stars, is unlikely to the point of being a tad far-fetched, the uplift is tremendous.
Based on a true story rooted in America’s past, The Giver of Stars is unparalleled in its scope and epic in its storytelling. Funny, heartbreaking, enthralling, it is destined to become a modern classic--a richly rewarding novel of women’s friendship, of true love, and of what happens when we reach beyond our grasp for the great beyond.
Giver of the Stars is a must read for anyone who loves historical fiction. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. I appreciate the opportunity and thank the author and publisher for allowing me to read, enjoy and review this book.
The Giver of Stars by Jojo Moyes Book Review. Judging a book by the cover. Looking at the cover of The Giver of Stars, if I was not familiar with the work of Jojo Moyes. I am sure I will not have picked it up. The cover of the book is typical to the author. Jojo Moyes books, well all the ones I own, which are all her books, typically comes with print on a solid color background. At least this.
Book Review: “The Giver Of Stars” by Jojo Moyes This spring, several members of the library team decided to read and discuss a book together. Our first pick was The Giver Of Stars, a recently released historical fiction book by Jojo Moyes.
The Giver of Stars (2019) by JoJo Moyes is a work of women’s fiction that can also be categorized as historical fiction. Not long after its publication, The Giver of Stars became embroiled in controversy when another author, Kim Michele Richardson, noted similarities between her book about the WPA Pack Horse Librarians, The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek, and Moyes’s novel.
The Giver of Stars Jojo Moyes Review by Annie Peters. October 2019. Ill-suited to the stultifying environment and prospects of England, Alice jumps at the chance to escape to America by marrying Bennet, the wealthy, handsome son of a coal-mine owner. However, soon after arriving in Bennet’s small town in Depression-era Kentucky, Alice realizes that problems in her marriage, a controlling.