Book Review: A Circle of Quiet


A Circle of Quiet

by Madeleine L’Engle

Open Road Integrated Media
Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality

Pub Date 29 Nov 2016

I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of A Circle Of Quiet through the publisher and Netgalley:

Madeline L’ Engle opens with her families farmhouse in Crosswicks Connecticut where for the Summer their are four generations staying in the farmhouse.  She talks about her frugality, how she never wants to waste anything.

A Circle of Quiet gives us a glimpse into Madeline L’ Engle life in Crosswicks Connecticut that summer, as well as New York, it goes deeper than the books she wrote, that many of us loved as Children, it talks about the lessons she learned in life, what drove her, what inspired her, and the connection she had with her family.

Madeline L’Engle talks about her faith as well, and then goes on to talk about the importance of Authors, or those who have that ambition to keep journals.

I give A Circle of Quiet five out of five stars.

Happy Reading

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