kaddish.com by Nathan Englander

After the first few chapters of kaddish.com, I did not know how to feel. I’d expected the book to tell the story of Larry’s misadventures over the 11-month mourning period for his father. So after the first part ended, and Larry came home, and that was that, I’d felt short-changed. I couldn’t make sense ofContinue reading “kaddish.com by Nathan Englander”

Reading as an Extrovert

Reading is probably one of the most classic pastimes for introverts. Introverts recharge by spending quality time on their own, and reading is a great way to pass the time. It is probably also quite calming for people; it’s nice and quiet, with no need to engage in the chaotic world that we all liveContinue reading “Reading as an Extrovert”

White Teeth by Zadie Smith

White Teeth delves into family history and dynamics: an unlikely friendship between two men, Archie Jones and Samad Iqbal, and how this brought their families together. It explores what it’s like to be a person of color in London from the 70s to the 90s (though I am guessing even until today). It is theContinue reading “White Teeth by Zadie Smith”