Monthly Archives: March 2015

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

This book was published in 1960 but it set in the mid-30s, in the American South. This is an absolute classic, that every single living American has read, or at least that is how it feels. When I go to … Continue reading

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Still Alice by Lisa Genova

This is the sad story of a woman in her early fifties who is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. She is physically fit and healthy, and she is above average intelligence, she works as a professor at Harvard. This is … Continue reading

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The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

I read this for a book club but so many people had recommended this to me that I probably would have read it anyway. I was told by several people that if I liked Gone Girl then I would like … Continue reading

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A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

This is a predictable story of a grumpy old man who turns out to have a heart of gold. I do not consider this statement to be a spoiler because it is so very clear from the start how this … Continue reading

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Revolution by Russell Brand

I listened to the audio book of this for the Huntington Beach Non Fiction Book Group. When I listen to audio books I am usually a bit distracted, talking to my dog and my child as I take them both … Continue reading

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