Watching You is a quick read, mostly because you won't be able to stop turning the pages furiously, with lots of satisfying twists and turns.
Normally I'm pretty hard on books. I rarely give 5 stars. And I was explaining this to my husband by saying, "There really isn't a perfect book." Which is true. But he questioned my logic (not the first time that has happened!) And while it's true that there aren't perfect books, I think maybe I... Continue Reading →
The reason I picked up The Witch Elm by Tana French is...well, Tana French. She's an amazing writer. And not all writers have the ability to write super thick and meaty books that are still page-turners from cover to cover. With a novel that is over 500 pages of smallish-print I'd expect a good portion... Continue Reading →
How well do you remember your childhood? In my memory, I picture many experiences as a movie with a golden tinge to the picture. Is this normal? It feels like a dreamier time, mostly good memories but some of the details are fuzzy. I remember the friends, the fun, sitting on the hot wooden bench... Continue Reading →