“The beginning of the end can feel a lot like the middle when you are living in it,” Karen Russell.
The Edge of Everything
Amidst a crowded library book sale—where there’s a fair amount of friendly competition to grab the best books—I saw a book on fire.
South and West
“I had only some dim and unformed sense, a sense which struck me now and then, and which I could not explain coherently, that for some years the South and particularly the Gulf Coast had been for America what people were still saying California was, and what California seemed to me not to be: the future, the secret source of malevolent and benevolent energy, the psychic center.”
The Queen of the Tearling
"Even a book can be dangerous in the wrong hands, and when that happens, you blame the hands, but you also read the book.” ― Erika Johansen, The Queen of the Tearling
Valley of the Dolls
I thought this novel would be stale—it was written in the 1960s and it’s the first book that was frank about sex and drugs. Instead, it was stunning.
Nutshell by Ian McEwan
The premise of this book made me squirm. But after page two, I was hooked.
Books by the Mood: Cozy
10 books for when you're in need of a cozy adventure