Beartown by Fredrik Backman

Thinking this would be a great beach read, I borrowed Beartown from the public library to read on my kindle. (Yes! You can borrow e-books!) Around halfway through, I realized that this was not a light read. The good thing was that I only reached that point by the time I was already home, (yes, I know,Continue reading “Beartown by Fredrik Backman”

The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

An office book club read, The Underground Railroad was compelling and unfiltered—a refreshing change from somewhat controlled environments. To me, the main character was intelligent though uneducated. I found myself triggered as I came upon the main character’s harsh realization about life: equality is but an illusion. The Underground Railroad took me through an emotional roller coaster.  HereContinue reading “The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead”

Moonglow by Michael Chabon

Where to start for this one? I admit that it took me a while to read this book. Now that busy season is almost slightly maybe but only for the meantime over, I was finally able to finish this book. I only wish that I’d begun this book not-during-busy season, but we can’t all win, canContinue reading “Moonglow by Michael Chabon”