Anne Tyler can pretty much write about anything and it’ll be good! I loved this book just as much as I loved her others; loved the characters, loved the plot, loved the writing, loved the places, etc. This book is a “what if” kind of story where the main character starts to ponder what would… Continue reading Book Review: Back When We Were Grownups by Anne Tyler
I thought this book was funny – I don’t quite know if it was meant to be as funny as I thought it was! It says it is a psychological debut novel and I can understand why to some degree but really I’d just say it’s a funny, dramatic story of a 40 something year… Continue reading Book Review: We Could Be Beautiful by Swan Huntley
We live in an apartment complex where indoor only cats are allowed and the only time cats can be outside is if they are on a leash. However, there are many people who don’t seem to think these rules apply to them. They let their cats roam outside when they want. Then my cats see… Continue reading Other cats outside.
This book was alright. I thought it was going to be much scarier than it actually was but I guess it seemed to be written for teens so maybe the younger people found it a lot scarier. It starts off really slow (especially if you’re looking for any action or something to happen or anything… Continue reading Book Review: Five Nights at Freddy’s by Scott Cawthon, Kira Breed-Wrisley
I love all books by Anne Tyler; she is the kind of author who can write about anything and it’ll be a great book. This book isn’t a thriller or mystery or anything of that sort, I guess if it were a movie, it would be considered a drama. It’s about life and aging and… Continue reading Book Review: Noah’s Compass by Anne Tyler
I wouldn’t describe this book as a chilling, psychological thriller (as it says in the description). But it was a good book; it was interesting, not really a ton going on and not really a big twist at the end (which for some reason I was expecting something crazier to happen). It definitely kept me… Continue reading Book Review: The Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison
They stayed napping like this for a long time! These must have been comfortable positions…