• Not so much

    Here are three of the books I've read in March that I did not enjoy as much as I thought I would...

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  • All The Bright Places

    Violet Markey is super popular, great looking and smart but has a hard time dealing with her older sister's recent death. Theodore Finch, the school's "freak"...

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  • Dreams and Shadows

    C. Robert Cargill's fantasy novel Dreams and Shadows tells the story of Ewan, stolen from his family by fairies when he was a baby, and Colby...

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  • Up At The Villa

    William Somerset Maugham's novel Up At The Villa takes place in 1930's Florence, Italy, and tells the story of Mary, a 30-year-old beautiful young widow.

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  • Love

    If cynicism and love lie at opposite ends of a spectrum, do we not sometimes fall in love in order to escape the debilitating cynicism...

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  • Not my cup of tea

    Here are three of the books I've read in February that I did not enjoy as much as I thought I would...

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  • Wide Sargasso Sea

    A "prequel" to Charlotte Brontë's "Jane Eyre" that tells the story of Antoinette Cosway aka Mr. Rochester's crazy-locked-up-in-the-attic-wife ...

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  • A Farewell To Arms

    Ernest Hemingway's novel chronicles the tragic love affair of Frederic Henry, an American Lieutenant in the ambulance corps of the Italian Army...

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The Bell Jar

Hey there! How was your weekend? I found the chance to dive into the '50s era again after finishing Sylvia Plath's one and only novel, "The Bell Jar".

Animal Farm

"All animals are equal. But some animals are more equal than others". If you still haven't read George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm", please do.

The Paris Wife

Ah, Paris in the 1920's... The Hemmingways, the Fitzgeralds, the Pounds, Gertrude Stein... In Paula McLain's novel, "The Paris wife", you get to...


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