I’m rather behind on writing about what I read, but I really did enjoy this novel, as I suspect I might enjoy most things Jennifer duBois writes. I adored A Partial History of Lost Causes a couple years ago (wait, 3 years? How can it have been that long?) and was disappointed in myself for […]
This is circling the interwebs and it’s motivating me back to the blog! Hint: Enable the CC, esp if you’re at work… also, this is probably NSFW. But it made my week.
In The Tusk That Did the Damage, Tania James has crafted a heartbreaking novel told from several perspectives: “The Elephant,” known as the Gravedigger; Emma, “The Filmmaker;” and Manu, “The Poacher.” The timeline was occasionally hard to follow – the story jumped back and forth from present to recent past. The Gravedigger’s portion was mostly […]
I just figured out why I never go to the movies anymore. In my 20s, I lived in NYC – if a movie had been released anywhere, it was there somewhere, withe multiple theaters and times to choose from. I went often enough to see trailers of upcoming films to know what I’d want […]
Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller is not necessarily something I might have found on my own, and I certainly would have missed out. From its description – a survivalist father takes his 8 year old girl to a remote hut in the woods and tells her that everyone else is dead – and […]