By: Franz Kafka 1925 Fiction Rating: 3/5 Oy. Here’s where I admit that – English major though I may be – I have never before read anything by Kafka and am not even entirely certain what the adjective Kafkaesque means.
If you can’t speak out against this kind of thing, a crime that’s so unjust Your eyes are filled with dead men’s dirt, your mind is filled with dust Your arms and legs they must be in shackles and chains,… Continue Reading
By: Truman Capote 1965 Nonfiction Subject Matter: Murder; Kansas; Case studies Rating: 4.5/5 What. A. Fantastic. Book. In Cold Blood. Truman Capote. The dedication to and fallout with Harper Lee. True crime. Kansas. Murder. We’ve all heard of this book;… Continue Reading
By: Gillian Flynn 2012 Fiction Subject Matter: Husbands; Married people; Wives; Crimes Rating: 4/5 Okay, seriously, who hasn’t heard of Gone Girl at this point? The book, the movie with Ben Affleck, those posts on Pinterest recommending “10 books to… Continue Reading
By: Albert Camus 1942 Fiction Rating: 4/5 The Stranger has a little bit of everything. A little bit of the insanity factor I was talking about in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (and a little bit of philosophy, too).… Continue Reading