A fascinating lesson on why we don’t achieve well-intended goals and how to go about fixing that, this is useful on both a personal and professional level.
An archive of all books I’ve reviewed that have received 4 Stars and thus fit my Review Policy criterion: “Really Liked. Would read again.”
All sarcasm, wittiness, and word play, this book covers everything from Gilmore Girls (obviously) to thoughtful and practical tips on how to navigate life.
Utterly delightful. Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda is a strong character-driven novel of one boy’s struggles as he deals with all life can throw at him.
For an authentic depiction of the emotional turmoil following a family death and how life inevitably goes on, Love & Gelato is a bit of sunshine and hope.
If you’ve ever needed a kick in the butt or want to figure out how people seem to get so much done in a day, this is a great time management book.
I can’t think of any other way to describe Saga except as “strange yet fascinating”. I read this in a single session and I’m itching to pick up the next.
I see why others have given it 5 Stars and I definitely recommend it (and I might even read the sequel because I’m a sucker for plot-driven books).
With a visually stunning setting (full of craggy cliffs and vicious, magical island horses) and a sweet love story, this was a really enjoyable book.
I liked this book. The storyline was engaging and the plot interesting and unique. I’ll even likely reread it. But I am just…very confused after the ending.