Category: Book Club

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Brain on Fire is pretty awesome. I’m really into memoirs lately and this one was a good one to read after this book. Susannah’s writing is easy to read and understand even when she delves into the medical jargon of her illness. She’s probably one

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I’ve never seen the movie. I know. But if it’s anything like the book, I bet it will be amazing. Girl Interrupted is a memoir by Susana Kaysen. “In 1967, after a session with a psychiatrist she’d never seen before, eighteen-year-old Susanna Kaysen was put

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*Just* finished this book … about 5 minutes ago. So what better time to write down some thoughts? When I started reading Where’d Ya Go, Bernadette I was a little resentful at the format. The first several chapters were written as emails and notes back and forth

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On My Nighstand

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Next up on my reading list is The Happiness Project and A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald. I’m in a place in life where I’m trying to focus on healthy, positive habits and essentially “getting my shit together” so I hope reading The Happiness Project inspires me and encourages me

Just Finished: Twelve Years A Slave by Solomon Northup. I wanted to read this book because I knew the movie would be really intense. I wasn’t sure if I could handle all the visuals but I really wanted to know the narrative so I picked up the