Monroe spins an intriguing tale with a diverse set of richly drawn characters.
The book also captured the 70's well, and gave me that groovy vibe I was so hoping for when I picked it up.
This one was so charming and compulsively readable. And the recipes!!! I'm going to have to try quite a few of these, although it seems that my cooking will probably not do justice to Natalie's cooking.
There's always such an interesting tension between the poor and the rich. Especially when there is a huge discrepancy between the two--and especially when the poor can only survive by working for the very rich. The East End is Jason Allen's debut novel. Previously, he has published a work of poetry, A Meditation on Fire.... Continue Reading →
Narcissists are so fascinating, really. We just love to hate them. Especially from afar. Because if you actually have to deal with one on a regular basis, it is exhausting and frustrating. I picked up The Favorite Daughter by Kaira Rouda because I loved Best Day Ever, just the ramblings of a crazed narcissist. They... Continue Reading →
I loved Emma in the Night, which I reviewed about a year ago. I think I've also read, All Is Not Forgotten by Walker as well. Although I either read it before I started blogging or read it when it was older so I wasn't compelled to blog about it. News on the street is... Continue Reading →