Rules of Civility: A Review

It’s BlogHer book club time again and I have to say, they picked another winner. I loved this book. Rules of Civility by Amor Towles is a novel set during the depression in sparkling New York City.

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My review:

 Rules of Civility is a quaint little novel; not tremendously long at about 350 pages, but it packs in a whole lot of plot. Set in the late 1930s in New York City, it follows the ups and downs of Katey Kontent as she navigates Manhattan society. 1938 is a pivotal year for Katey as she and a friend, Eve, have a chance encounter on New Year’s Eve that changes both of their lives forever… Read More


I was compensated for this post and review as part of the BlogHer Book Club, but the opinions about this book are purely my own.

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