Monthly Archives: April 2017

2017 Reading Challenge, Book 22

A Pulitzer winner, The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton *Review contains spoilers While I have labeled this novel as a Romance, I must warn readers that it definitely isn’t the type of story with a pleasant, happy ending. Be forewarned that this novel … Continue reading

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2017 Reading Challenge, Book 21

A book by a new author, The Mothers by Brit Bennett This novel was like a breath of fresh air. Something about Bennett’s writing style just feels new and different from the things I’ve been reading lately. I fell into her … Continue reading

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2017 Reading Challenge, Book 20

Book 20, a book published this year, Lucky You by Erika Carter This novel focuses on the relationship between three young women who feels how many young women do—trapped in a life they do not want, yet they are unsure … Continue reading

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2017 Reading Challenge, Book 19

Book 19, a book about travel, Travels with Charley by John Steinbeck “I was born lost and take no pleasure in being found, nor much identification from shapes which symbolize continents and states” (Steinbeck 71). I am one of those … Continue reading

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2017 Reading Challenge, Book 18

Book 18, A book with a color in the title, Girls in White Dresses by Jennifer Close This choice for my reading challenge came about out of pure curiosity; I have seen several of my friends reading this book and … Continue reading

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