I liked this book. It wasn’t amazing but it was interesting and brought up good points about life and living and neurosurgery and how the brain works and what makes a person a person. This book kept me engaged. The beginning was a bit slow but it gets better after a while. I thought the… Continue reading Book Review: When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi
Walked outside one day, happened to look up, “what the heck is that?!?” Ended up being a rocket launch.
I enjoyed this book – I found it interesting and fascinating. It really sheds more light on hoarding and the issues that come up in families, especially households with children. It’s a real struggle for some people and there isn’t a simple solution. This book gives hoarding a more personal perspective and makes it more… Continue reading Book Review: Coming Clean by Kimberly Rae Miller
I think the world needs a lot more bright pink trees. Everywhere.
This book was good. I don’t think it’s the best Dean Koontz book out there but it was engaging and interesting and I definitely wanted to keep reading. A few parts were a bit slow but once you get to about the halfway point, it picks up and gets better. There are few bad words… Continue reading Book Review: The Eyes of Darkness by Dean Koontz
I really enjoyed this book. I think it was very well written and loved to get the story from the other characters, it starts off from one perspective then moves on to others. Some books that go between characters don’t work that well when one character is more interesting than the others but in this… Continue reading Book Review: Wonder by R.J. Palacio