The House Girl: A Review in Few Words & Gifs

The House Girl by Tara Conklin is a book I had been looking forward to reading and was excited when it showed up in my mailbox (Thank you, Dewey’s Read-a-thon, for sending me the prize I chose!).

The House Girl via Love at First Book

For this book, I’m trying something new.

Here’s my summary of The House Girl by Tara Conklin, in only 18 words: 

Dual narrative. Slave Josephine. Present-day Lawyer Lina. Was Josephine the artist? Can Lina help with slave reparations?

Now here’s my review, in 10 words:

Couldn’t stop reading. Add to TBR. Two thumbs way up.

Photo Credit: Gifs for the Masses

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Interested in getting your own copy? Check it out on Amazon & Indiebound. I get a small percentage if you purchase from those links, and it doesn’t cost you any extra.

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