This book is less about what mood it will put you in and more about the story transmuting to fit the mood you’re already in.
Sometimes we need to read short books that appear overly simplistic in order to understand that which is overwhelmingly complex.
Because of the outbursts, the slightly unbelievable anecdotes, the compelling dialogue, the uneven life advice, and the vulnerability that borders on TMI, ‘Greenlights’ is a casserole.
Benjamin Dreyer is making grammar cool.
This book feels like sipping a cold one with an old reporter friend in a slightly seedy downtown bar, the kind frequented by journalists working for near minimum wage, and sharing stories about the US of A.
If Pinterest Were a Book: ‘Domino: Your Guide to a Stylish Home’ by Jessica Romm Perez and Shani Silver
This book is a bit like sitting on a porch on a summer evening with a light breeze, chatting with friends casually, sharing ideas while sipping Rose.
‘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.
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