Book: Nights of Rain and Stars by Maeve Binchy
Genre: Literary fiction
It's been awhile since I've read a Binchy book, and it was fun to get back to one! I read this for the TBR challange, so that's half of them done! Six down, six to go! I had my own copy (that's the point of the challenge, right?) but I ended up getting a large print copy from the library, so this was also my treadmill book of the week. Great way to read a book.
This is the story of a handful of people who were all dining together at a quaint little cafe in a small Greek village when they all witnessed a tragic event. Because of that, they all ended up friends and told each other their background stories and helped each other solve all their problems. It's a very simple, sweet story and made me want to just go hang out in Greece for a summer! Still, not one of my favorite Binchy's. I look forward to getting caught up with some more of hers later this summer.
P.S. I'm officially chalking up The Last Living Confederate Widow as a DNF! I HATE doing that, but it's due at the library today and I just can't renew it AGAIN because I know I won't read it. Maybe if I get it out of here, it will stop making faces at me for neglecting it. Maybe.