‘The House in the Cerulean Sea’ by TJ Kline will bring tears to your eyes for all the right reasons.
In case you haven’t stumbled across this novel, know this: you’ll want to savor every word to make it last.
If you’re ready to dive deep into the abyss-like psychology of the United States but don’t want to get the bends, then this oxymoronic self-help book is your next read.
Reading ‘After the Blast: The Ecological Recovery of Mt. St. Helens’ by Eric Wagner is both the healthy stuff and the good stuff. It is the fruit in a book salad.
The sentences will make you feel tipsy at first and then warm you like a thick red wine. However, this story is not for the hungry (that is, unless you hunger for flipping pages).
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