Available now: Twain’s End by Lynn Cullen
Mark Twain is famously known as a talented, maybe eccentric author; Twain’s End shares a peak into the truly dark person who Twain likely was.
- If you’re a fan of Mark Twain (or at least curious about the real man)
- If you like a peak into a historical famous person (especially from literature)
- and if you’re a history or literature buff.
Here’s my Rankings:
- 5/5 for characters
- 3/5 for plot
- 3.5/5 overall
- Steaminess: 0 of 5 (see our scale here)
REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER:
A truly fascinating person, Mark Twain, is still revered today and at the time he was idolized and probably the most famous person of his time, respected in various circles from politics to music and business. Twain’s End is a fabulous story-telling and peek into the man that few people knew: Sam Clemens. I can’t even come up with a good genre to explain the book – part biography, part family drama-saga, and part romance; Regardless, Twain’s End is eye-opening, dark and very real. Based on several real documents – from diaries to letters – Lynn Cullen weaves a painfully real story of the real Mark Twain and the suffering he created to those around him.
Available now Amazon: Twain’s End