Tag Archives: young adult books

Dear Mr. M by Herman Koch

TWO WORDS: STUPID BOOK. This book was like a big, shitty tornado, wasting your time and throwing dumb characters and story lines in your face until your whole view of the book is flipped upside down and you just want it to … Continue reading

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The Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison

Good evening, kiddos! Do you enjoy painstakingly slow books that basically just chronical a 50-year old woman’s daily routine while bitching about her asshole husband? Then shut up and read this stupid book. I’m sorry, I don’t want to read a … Continue reading

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September OwlCrate

Guys. Yesterday the mailman dropped off my September OwlCrate box right as I was about to leave for a wedding, and I honestly questioned if my appearance at the ceremony was truly necessary. I mean, you can’t just give me a mystery box full … Continue reading

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Land of Enchantment by Leigh Stein

As someone who has always read books as a means to escape reality, it’s extremely rare for me to pick up a non-fiction book or memoir and enjoy it as much as I would fiction. You know the story: “Leave reality … Continue reading

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Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

Ready Player One had been sitting on my bookshelf for the better part of a year when I finally decided to pick it up. At 372 pages with incredibly small print, I was overwhelmed at first and kept putting it … Continue reading

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