An incredibly deep exploration into familial relationships, immigration, identity, and forgotten realities. A wonderful debut novel by Catherine Chung.
A good summer read about female friendship changing through the years.
Zadie Smith writes with depth, insight, and a sense of humor. I can't wait to read more of her work.
A brilliantly written novel about gold mining in New Zealand that I found completely dull.
I had the lovely experience of asking the author, Jeffrey Kinsey, a few questions about his latest work, Areh.
This self-published work is more than just a novel, it is also a work of art. Blending art with words to create a unique story.
Nina George writes a typical Sparksian formulaic novel with the exception of a creative idea. She does manage poignant moments and quotable phrases.
It's one of the most influential and culturally pervasive dystopian novels written to date. It's as important as George Orwell's 1984.
It's a long book, but if you have the patience the surrealism is worth it.
Read: Yes Difficulty: II Length: II Importance: III Quick Review: This is a book where you think you know exactly what’s going to happen from the very beginning and you spend the entire book hoping it doesn’t happen. It’s a fabulous insight into a journey and thought process no one really wants to think about. … Continue reading What Lies Between Us