Review: LETTER TO MY DAUGHTER by George Bishop

Bermudaonion recently read and reviewed Letter to my Daughter by George Bishop for the 2010 Vietnam War Reading Challenge.  Here’s an excerpt from her review:

George Bishop does a remarkable job writing from a female point of view.  He does such a remarkable job evoking emotion that I felt that I was sitting at the table with Laura while she was struggling with pain and doubt and pouring her heart out.

Read the full review.

Michele from A Reader’s Respite also reviewed this book, and here’s an excerpt:

We recently acquired a copy of George Bishop’s new novel A Letter to My Daughter and damned if we didn’t puddle up.  This short (only 126 pages) novel packs a pretty big punch.

Read the full review.

**Attention participants:  Remember to email us a link to your reviews, and we’ll post them here so we can see what everyone is reading!**


  1. Dear War Through the Generations,

    I’m delighted to see my novel Letter to My Daughter on your site. Although many will undoubtedly read it mainly as a story of a relationship between a mother and her daughter, the Vietnam War and the narrator’s reflections on it are an important part of the book, both emotionally and thematically. Thanks for recognizing this.

    All the best,
    George Bishop, Jr.

  2. George:

    Thank you for taking the time to stop by. We are happy to include your book on our recommended reading list and it seems that many participants are finding the book worthwhile.

    If you would like to guest post about your writing experience or your own connections to the Vietnam War, please feel free to email us.


  3. I’m looking forward to reading this book for the TLC tour in May!

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