By: Steve Toltz Fiction 2008 Subject Matter: Fathers and sons; Family Rating: 5/5 Yes. Still 5/5. A Fraction of the Whole is one of the books that inspired this blog. I read it when it originally came out and fell… Continue Reading
By: Dan Brown Robert Langdon series Fiction 2000 Rating: 3/5 Do you remember when The Da Vinci Code took over the world a few years ago? I do.
By: Lewis Carroll Followed by Through the Looking-Glass Fiction 1865 Subject Matter: Fantasy; Sir John Tenniel Rating: 4/5 Fantasy, indeed! Who hasn’t heard of Alice in Wonderland? Yeah. Nobody.
By: Renee Swann Lovers Trilogy Book 1 Fiction 2014 Rating: 1.5/5 You know the emoji of the “hear no evil” monkey? It’s one of my favorites. And it is the perfect emoji for this book. What even is Ground Rules?
By: Ann Patchett Fiction 1992 Subject Matter: Unmarried mothers; Mothers and daughters; Nuns; Kentucky Rating: 4/5 “A fairy tale. A delight.” Not quite the words I would use, New York Times…
The Story of King Arthur and His Knights The Story of the Champions of the Round Table By: Howard Pyle Fiction 1903/1905 Rating: 3/5 Blood. Love. Chivalry. Battle. Treachery. Madness. Howard Pyle‘s epic compilation of The Story of King Arthur… Continue Reading
By: E. M. Forster Fiction 1908 Rating: 3.5/5 I have a confession. I read A Room with a View two and a half times before I finally got through it. That’s not to say it’s a bad book. But it… Continue Reading
By: Flannery O’Connor Fiction 1955 Rating: 4/5 Wowie. Flannery O’Connor is dark. A Good Man Is Hard to Find is a collection of short stories, and also – a bit confusingly – the name of one of the short stories… Continue Reading
By: Elin Hilderbrand Fiction 2007 Rating: 3/5 My grandmother let me borrow this book for some beach reading. She has a bit of a history of bestowing me with her recent reads, especially anything she thinks might appeal to my feminist… Continue Reading
By: L. M. Montgomery Anne of Green Gables Book 1 Fiction 1908 Rating: 3/5 Anne of Green Gables is one of those books that is so ubiquitously a childhood classic that I’m shocked I made it through my formative years… Continue Reading