i admittedly knew next-to-nothing about jojo moyes’ the girl you left behind when i began reading it. in truth, i’m not entirely… Read more book number eleven of 2015: the girl you left behind [jojo moyes].
i first heard about amanda ripley’s book about the state of global education on an episode of this american life just before… Read more book update: the smartest kids in the world, and how they got that way [amanda ripley].
over the years, dave eggers has become one of my favourite authors to read. i first read his semi-autobiographical work, a… Read more book number ten of 2015: zeitoun [dave eggers].
love wins. love always wins. i first read tuesdays with morrie years ago. so many years, in fact, that i’m having… Read more [audio] book review: tuesdays with morrie [mitch albom].
technically i “read” harper lee’s classic to kill a mockingbird when i was in school, but let’s be real, i was… Read more book number nine of 2015: to kill a mockingbird [harper lee].
i know i said i was going to read the captain’s leaves of grass, and i even started it, but then… Read more book number eight of 2015: every day i fight [stuart scott].
after finishing the seventh child a few weeks ago, i needed something that would be fast and easy to get… Read more book number seven of 2015: the unimaginable [dina silver].
the seventh child was one of my kindle first scores from last year, and i finally got around to reading it… Read more book number six of 2015: the seventh child [erik valeur].