Adult Nonfiction

Educated by Tara Westover

Educated by Tara Westover has spent many weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List, and for good reason. It is a thought-provoking, unique coming of age memoir which is at times hard to read, because the content is disturbing. Yet at the same time, it is very interesting and I couldn't put it down… Continue reading Educated by Tara Westover

Adult Fiction book review

The Library Book by Susan Orlean

The Library Book is a fabulous in-depth look at the unsolved mystery surrounding the single largest library fire in United States history,  that of the Los Angeles Public Library in 1986. Though the book is nonfiction, it is packed full of interesting information, including the history of the very first libraries as well as both… Continue reading The Library Book by Susan Orlean

Adult Fiction book review

Favorite Psychological Thrillers

I'm sure you have heard the hype about Gone Girl by now. My personal opinion is that the book was way, WAY better than the movie. Also, I've read quite a lot of other psychological thrillers that I've loved even more than Gone Girl. It seems that whenever people describe this genre that Gone Girl is usually… Continue reading Favorite Psychological Thrillers

Favorites List

Historical Fiction Favorites

I've always loved historical fiction, especially WWII-era fiction. I can't get enough of it! Below, in no particular order (because I love them all so dearly), is a list of some of my favorite historical fiction books. WWII era Historical Fiction Favorites The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly The Auschwitz… Continue reading Historical Fiction Favorites