These are the best books that I read for each month of 2019
My review and thoughts of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt.
My review and thoughts on The Institute by Stephen King.
I asked this question earlier today on instagram, and as always the community had a lot to say. There were so many readers who chimes in to answer this question, which can sometimes be a difficult decision to make. There were a few familiar titles, some that I have been wanting to read, and evenContinue reading “The Best Book I’ve read in 2018”
This is the book that you come across once in a rare while that transforms you. This is a story that opens your eyes to horrible, true events in history and revisits conditions that members of our human race were forced to endure for decades in South Africa. While reading this book it is impossibleContinue reading “Hum If You Don’t Know The Words – book review”
I have been feeling ambitious lately… I have heard so much about both of these novels for as long as I can remember. Both are epic, sweeping, works of classic literature. Each has been proclaimed to be the “BEST BOOK EVER WRITTEN” by numerous sources. My goal is to finish one of these two booksContinue reading “East of Eden vs. Brothers Karamazov – HELP!”
I am a few years behind on this novel from 2012. I saw a preview for the movie that came out last year that made me curious. I still haven’t seen the movie, but I can’t stop thinking about the book. If you have ever wanted to just be alone and forget the rest ofContinue reading “The Light Between Oceans – M.L. Stedman”
Imagine going through eight years of medical school training, putting in thousands of hours of residency, dedicating your life to a calling… then finding out that you have terminal cancer. This is the kind of book that doesn’t leave you thinking… “I really enjoyed that!” It is a true story, and unfortunately ends the wayContinue reading “When Breath Becomes Air – Paul Kalanithi”
It’s Cold Outside. It will be a great weekend for reading (indoors to be specific). If you need a good story to get started on, try this one. Its a thriller/mystery, set in a modern world where slavery is still legal in a few specific states. Imagine the slave plantations of the Old South, broughtContinue reading “Underground Airlines – Ben Winters”