The Giver of Stars by Jojo Moyes ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Education, female friendship, and strong female protagonists are at the center of this historical fiction. Alice finds herself alone and feeling alone and out of place after a whirlwind romance and marriage with American Bennett Van Cleve.


Alice is excited to leave her hometown of Surrey but quickly realizes she has traded one domestic prison for another. Her husband and her father don’t care for her to cook or to change any of the decor in her new home. Everything is just as the Bennett’s deceased mother liked it.


When Alice attends a town hall meeting and hears about the new mobile library, she decides to become one of the librarians who delivers books to families in the rural community. Through this endeavor, Alice meets the other female librarians, led by the strong-willed Margery, and sees the poverty and racial inequality of her new hometown.

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