In the continuing saga of bookshelves far too overloaded, A Reader's Respite is offering Debra Dean's The Madonnas of Leningrad.
The cover tells us that it was a "National Bestseller" and "An unforgettable tale of love, survival, and the power of imagination." We wouldn't know because we've never actually read the thing. We do know that it's about WWII. Oh, and Russia. Yep, WWII and Russia. But it looks good, doesn't it?
Part of our book addict recovery process is to admit that we will *never* get around to reading it and, therefore, to let the book go.
If you're interested in saving A Reader's Respite from our addiction (and thereby feeding your own), leave a comment and we'll draw a random winner on April 1st. Be sure to check back and see if you won (international peeps always welcome!).
Dear FTC Man:
We cannot remember how this book came to be in our library. We suspect it broke in our home in the middle of the night and became a squatter on our shelf. Maybe you can fine it?