I decided to listen to the audiobook when I saw that Sidney Poitier himself was narrating it. I went into this book not knowing much about Poitier. I was curious about him and his life in Hollywood. Continue reading →
Ru by Kim Thúy is beautifully written, almost poetic. Reading this book is like taking a journey through somebody else’s painful and sometimes funny memories. You can sense deep wounds between the lines in this thin little book. There is so much pain hidden between the lines. Continue reading →
I had very high expectations when I started to read We Were Liars. All buzz about how great this book was made me yearn to read it! I fell completely and utterly in love with this book, but mostly with the writing. Continue reading →
I didn’t have any expectations when I started to read this book. I bought this book randomly in a bookstore a couple of months ago because I thought the cover and the blurb were interesting. Continue reading →
This is a very hard review to write for me because I have lots of thoughts and feelings that I can’t really sort out.
I liked the book, but I don’t think I understand it, does that make any sense? Continue reading →
This is a messy, funny and adventures story about a broken marriage and the need to fix it.
I was surprised how much of an adventure this book turned out to be and I found myself giggling at some parts, more than I thought I would. Continue reading →
Having read and really enjoyed Me before you I thought it was time for another novel by Jojo Moyes.
This is a fast, easy and fun little romance adventure. You have Jess, a single mom with two kids struggling through a life filled with nothing but hardship; a daughter who is a math genius and a Goth stepson who doesn’t fit in and is bullied.