Review – What happened

What happened by Hillary Rodham Clinton Published: September 12th 2017 by Simon & Schuster Genre: Non-fiction Pages: 512 Why do you even care about American politics when you’re not american? Someone asked me in an accusatory tone. As if one country’s politics (especially a country as large as america) doesn’t affect the rest of the … Continue reading Review – What happened

Review – Run, River

Run, River by Joan Didion Published:Published April 26th 1994 by Vintage (first published 1963)  Genre: Fiction, literature Pages: 272 In october, Netflix released a documentary about Joan Didion titled “The center will not hold” directed by her nephew Griffin Dunne. In the documentary they talk about all of Didion’s books and I was reminded of … Continue reading Review – Run, River

Review – The secrets of my life

The secrets of my life by Caitlyn Jenner Published: April 25th 2017 by Grand Central Publishing    Genre: Biography, Non-fiction Pages: 368 Buzz Bissinger has written a jumbled and contradicting portrait of Bruce and Caitlyn Jenner. It all feels a little schizophrenic to me, and maybe it is. It rubs me the wrong way how … Continue reading Review – The secrets of my life

Review – Commonwealth by Ann Patchett

Commonwealth by Ann Patchett Published: September 13th 2016 by Harper    Genre: Fiction, literary fiction, historical fiction Pages: 336 It just so happens one day at a christening party that a woman of one family and a man of another, happen to kiss. This is the beginning of a saga that spans five decades where … Continue reading Review – Commonwealth by Ann Patchett

Review – A Mother’s Reckoning

A mother's Reckoning: Living in the aftermath of tragedy by Sue Klebold Published: February 15th 2016 by Crown Genre: Nonfiction, memoir, biography, true crime Pages: 336 “To all who feel alone, hopeless, and desperate - even in the arms of those who love them.” Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold shot and killed twelve students and … Continue reading Review – A Mother’s Reckoning

Review – Little fires everywhere

Little fires everywhere by Celeste Ng Published: September 12th 2017 by Penguin Press Genre: Fiction, contemporary, adult Pages: 352 (Absolutely love the cover of this book!) After reading Ng’s debut novel three years ago, I had high hopes for this one and still it exceeded all my expectations! The story brings together a wealthy suburban … Continue reading Review – Little fires everywhere

Review – Turtles all the way down

Turtles all the way down by John Green Published: October 10th 2017 by Dutton Books for Young Readers Genre: Young adult, contemporary, fiction Pages: 304 "The thing about a spiral is, if you follow it inward, it never actually ends. It just keeps tightening, infinitely." John Green has the incredible ability to suck you in with … Continue reading Review – Turtles all the way down