Edited by: Andrew Carroll Nonfiction 1997 Subject Matter: American letters; United States; Civilization Rating: 5/5 WHAT A BOOK. Wow. I am delighted to have had the extreme pleasure of reading Letters of a Nation.
But I felt pantheistic then — your heart beat in my ribs and mine in yours, and both in God’s. — Herman Melville
By: Hillary Frank 2004 Fiction Subject Matter: Interpersonal relations; Elective mutism; Letters; Puns and punning; Colleges and universities; Family problems Rating: 3.5/5 I first read I Can’t Tell You sometime in middle school. And I’ve been recommending it ever… Continue Reading
By: Bram Stoker 1897 Fiction Rating: 3.5/5 We have all heard of Dracula. The vampire who “vants to suck your blood.” The scary man who comes in the night dressed in all black with razor sharp fangs who can transform into… Continue Reading
By: C. S. Lewis 1942 Fiction Subject matter: Christianity; 20th century Rating: 4/5 I wasn’t really sure what to expect from The Screwtape Letters, but I was pleasantly surprised from the get-go. In the Christian community, C. S. Lewis… Continue Reading