Month: March 2020

  • The Glass Hotel

    The Glass Hotel

    There are authors out there that write books that require contemplation when finished.  They require thought and analysis and ask the reader to think about what they just read.  Emily St. John Mandel is one such author.  Whenever I read her books, I think “this is how books should be written.”  The problem with “The […]

  • The Worst Best Man

    The Worst Best Man

    I have been meaning to read a Mia Sosa book for a while, so when her newest was released I decided to give it a try. This felt like a movie romantic comedy and had some genuine funny moments that had me laughing out loud.  However, the romance itself was just so-so and I found […]

  • Strange Weather in Tokyo

    Strange Weather in Tokyo

    I picked this book up because it fit one of my reading challenge prompts (a book translated from an Asian language) and because the cover caught my eye.  Never let anyone tell you that covers don’t matter.  This was a fairly quick read and felt more like various vignettes than a novel but there was […]