the reason i’ve not had a book update in a while is because this one was a bit of a… Read more book number twenty of 2015 + booker prize winner 1985: the bone people [keri hulme].
i felt like i was in a book rut after finishing hotel du lac. i never really got into it, and… Read more book number nineteen of 2015: i was told there’d be cake [sloane crosley].
i just finished the second booker prize winner of my lifetime, anita brookner’s hotel du lac, and to be completely honest… Read more book number eighteen of 2015 + booker prize winner 1984: hotel du lac [anita brookner].
i don’t know how or why, but until last week i had never read antoine de saint-exupery’s classic the little prince.… Read more book number seventeen of 2015: the little prince [antoine de saint-exupery].
so what is it, he thought, that binds me to this spot of earth as if to a home i… Read more book number sixteen of 2015 + booker prize winner 1983: life & times of michael k [jm coetzee].
every few months i take a break from my podcasts to listen to an audiobook. it’s been a while since… Read more [audio] book review: still foolin’ ’em [written + read by billy crystal].
unless you have been living under a rock for the past six months, you have heard about how paula hawkins… Read more book number fifteen of 2015: the girl on the train [paula hawkins].
i somehow made it to the month of june without reading a book about or set in india, which i’m… Read more book number fourteen of 2015: chai, chai, travels in places where you stop but never get off [bishwanath ghosh].
for many years i was strictly a fiction aficionado. it’s not that i had anything against non-fiction works, it’s just… Read more book number thirteen of 2015: what i know now, letters to my younger self [ellyn spragins].
in the last few years i have enjoyed re-visiting some of the books i read in school. a few years… Read more book number twelve of 2015: number the stars [lois lowry].