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Memoirs of a Geisha

A literary sensation and runaway bestseller, this brilliant debut novel presents with seamless authenticity and exquisite lyricism the true confessions of one of Japan’s most celebrated geisha. 606 more words

Book Review

This interview was originally conducted back in July of 2016, however due to my busy university schedule it is only being posted now. I apologize for the delay! 1,602 more words

Books for the Weekend

It’s already Saturday here in Australia. Below is my weekend “homework” – my review book reads for the weekend!

Border patrol agent Desmond Jackson would gladly take a bullet for his partner. 573 more words


3 Reasons Why I Read

Many successful businesspeople, celebrities, and entrepreneurs release reading lists of their favorite books and texts. I’ve noticed that many of these books consist of nonfiction texts, such as biographies, essay collections, and other popular science and psychology works. 714 more words


First Line Friday – 5.26.17

Hmm. What day is it? Oh, right! It’s Friday! LOL Which means we get to share and discover great new reads together by sharing the first line from the books nearest to us (or from those which we are the most excited about). 290 more words

First Line Friday

#TBT Classic: "A Boy and His Dog"

In my return to a #TBT Classic review, we’ve got a bit of a two-fer: both the original novella by Harlan Ellison, and the 1975 film starring Don Johnson.  945 more words

Science Fiction

Flowers For Algernon - Daniel Keyes || Classic Book REVIEW

So, awhile back I said I would read one classic book a month and then directly after that I didn’t follow up with the challenge…oops. 449 more words