May 20, 2015

Bianca's Vineyard by Teresa Neumann + Giveaway

Bianca's Vineyard, review, book cover
Book Title: Bianca's Vineyard
Author: Teresa Neumann
Genes: History, Cultural, Italy, Historical Fiction, Romance, World War II, Non-Fiction, Realistic Fiction
Publisher: All's Well House
Publisher Date: November 12, 2010 (412 Pages, Paperback)
Disclaimer: I received this book from +Laura Fabiani for a book tour and honesty review.
Author Interview: Teresa Interview
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Buy the Book: Amazon / Barnes & Noble
Description: Bianca Corrotti's vineyard is more than a piece of mouth-watering real estate in Tuscany. It's an inheritance; a storehouse harboring the secrets of her Uncle Egisto, a world-class sculptor, and his troubled wife -- a woman whose destiny converges with Mussolini's when WWII overtakes them all. Based on a true story, Bianca's Vineyard follows a devoted family of strong-willed men and lion-hearted women waging an epic battle against a gathering storm intent on destroying their lives.

 Nighttime Reading Center Review
We learn about what life was like in Italy at that time. You can read the book in a form of a diary or as someone is telling a story in a storytelling. You can learn the secrets of this family. You also learn a bit about Italian culture. You will learn what Italian culture was at that time in history.

Most of this story is about Egisto and his wife that he married before going to America. Tough as soon as her children when to school. She decided to go back to Italy. The book really does teach us lessons that were going on in Italy.

You also see the family deals with her and the rest of the family. Egisto father was fond of his niece Bianca. Egisto knew the war was coming to Italy. We learn about Armida and her what she decides. She is going to need to make a choice. I feel bad for Armida and Egisto children especially when Armida gets a bit strange.

We learn what the vineyard is about and it meaning to the family. I really like the fact it was told somewhat in a form of a diary. You also learn about each family member that's in Egisto life. It mostly takes place in Italy and his Italian family members. The author did a really good job of showing us what it was like during World War 2 era. You see the reliant of the Italians after the war and shows how the family was back together when Egisto returns.
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