Monthly Archives: December 2014

All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

I read this book because it was on many people’s lists of best historical fiction of the year and also best fiction of the year. I found it a struggle to get through, and if it had not been on … Continue reading

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The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer

I listened the the audiobook of this and Palmer reads it herself. There are also a few of her songs and others’ songs on the audiobook. I am glad that she reads it because I know her voice well. I … Continue reading

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The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters

This was a book club selection so I had no idea what it would be about. This will be a short review because I do not want to spoil any of the surprises for anyone. Our protagonist lives with her … Continue reading

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Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

I read this book because I had enjoyed Moriarty’s last one, The Husband’s Secret. This one is quite similar, in that it is quick and easy to read, but still thought-provoking, set in a small town, and many of the … Continue reading

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Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham

I listened to the audiobook of this. Presumably anyone who is a fan of hers would know Dunham’s voice, so this would have been pretty bad if she did not read it herself. I like the way Dunham talks. I … Continue reading

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