Category Archives: Book Reviews

My Review | The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

The first of many books set in and around WWII on the list. This book is a love letter to the power of literature, storytelling, great funny characters, real life and survival. Continue reading

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My Review | Seven Years in Tibet

A true-life adventure about a couple of dudes from Austria who escape a UK prison camp during WWII and find themselves in Tibet, the forbidden city with a very young Dali Lama. Continue reading

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My Review | Sugar Salt Fat

Each year there’s a nonfiction book that sticks with me, that I tell everyone about and this year it was this book about the process food industry, its history, breakthroughs and motivations. Continue reading

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My Review | Pastoralia

I loved this book because I felt like I found a kindred spirit in George Saunders. I connected with his offbeat sensibilities in this hilarious collection of short stories. Continue reading

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My Review | Norwegian by Night

I loved this book about an old guy trying to redeem himself from his past by helping a young boy in the Norwegian countryside, while reliving past moments and relationships and regret. Continue reading

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My Top 10 Favorite Books | 2016

Here are my top 10 favorite books read in 2016. Enjoy.
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My Review | Big Fish

The book is whimsical, but it was a little sad too. For me, I saw a good man who had dreams and eventually became weary of the world when he stopped having his adventures and maybe started having regrets. Nostalgia for a time gone by, forgotten. Continue reading

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