October Readalong: The Lightkeeper’s Daughters

October Readalong: The Lightkeeper’s Daughters

Autumn is coming, and now is the perfect time to curl up with a good book once the kids are in bed. If you’re looking for a friendly place to discuss great books with like-minded individuals then you’ve found the right place!

Welcome to The Motherload®® Book Club!

Each month we’ll choose one book, and get together at 8.30pm on the first Monday of the following month, to chat about it on Facebook. There’s no pressure to do it every month, and there’s loads of other book-related chat on the group – you can join here now!

Our next read-along, to be discussed on Monday November 2nd at 8.30pm in The Motherload®® Book Club is…

The Lightkeeper’s Daughters by Jean Pendziwol

Buy The Lightkeeper’s Daughters on Amazon

Buy The Lightkeeper’s Daughters here:

Elizabeth grew up in a lighthouse, inseparable from her enigmatic twin sister Emily. Their father, the lightkeeper, kept a journal of his observations and their daily life. When those journals are discovered on a shipwrecked boat, many decades later, Elizabeth is living in a retirement home and her eyesight is failing. 

She enlists the help of a troubled teenager, Morgan, to read to her, and an unlikely friendship grows between the two. But as Morgan reads on, Elizabeth discovers that the past revealed is not as she remembers it, and that the journal may contain answers to unexplained events that have haunted her all her life.

You can buy it here from Amazon for £7.37 paperback or get it on your Kindle for £4.99 straight away.

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Hannah England

Hannah England is a copywriter living in Bristol. She lives with her two daughters aged six and four, and has written a novel that she is now trying to get published. She can often be found obsessing about getting the laundry done.

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