Monday, January 16, 2017

Book Review: The Dressmaker

Tilly Dunnage is coming back to Australia after spending years working in dressmaking shops in Paris. While on her trip,which was only suppose to be a short one, she plans on visiting her mother, who is ill and then going back to Paris. Not exactly welcomed in her town, her dresses open many doors, including one to friendship with Sergeant Farrat, and one with Teddy, who is also not favored by the town.

I enjoyed reading this book. The author, Rosalie Ham, did a good job creating characters which were intriguing, including the towns people, complete with their own problems. I found this to be a book that I was able to read quickly but wanted it to go on and on. To me this is a sign of a good book.

I was given this book by NetGalley and  Penguin Group Penguin in exchange for my honest review.

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