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Book Review: The Covenant of Water

I found “The Covenant of Water” a bit of a slog due to its pacing, yet the prose is undeniably exquisite, offering a rich tapestry of language if one has the patience to wade through. For those short on time, the narrative gains momentum by skimming the middle sections and focusing on the latter parts. Read more

Susan Cork Interview

Check out my interview! Susan Cork is a remarkable creative force in the world of digital design and publishing. With an unwavering passion for her craft, she has carved a distinctive niche for herself in the creative landscape. One of Susan’s notable achievements is the establishment of her trademarked brand, Adam and Marky ®, which Read more

The Road to Character

As a passionate reader always looking for life-changing literature, I recently delved into David Brooks ‘The Road to Character,’ it was nothing short of a transformative experience. The book challenges the modern obsession with ‘résumé virtues’ — the achievements and successes we boast about — and instead urges a focus on ‘eulogy virtues’ — the Read more

The Last Thing He Told Me: A Novel

Title: A Gripping Blend of Drama and Mystery: “The Last Thing He Told Me” by Laura Dave The engaging book “The Last Thing He Told Me” by Laura Dave skillfully combines mystery and drama, providing a page-turning reading experience with a hint of suspense. Although it leans toward the mystery subgenre more than a full-fledged Read more

Book Review: The People in the Trees by Hanya Yanagihara

Hanya Yanagihara’s “The People in the Trees” is a profoundly unnerving and thought-provoking book that tackles themes of ambition, morality and the darker sides of human nature. The tale’s protagonist is Dr. Norton Perina, a bright but morally dubious scientist. After discovering a tribe on a lonely island, he gets fixated on finding the secret Read more

Caleb’s Crossing: A Novel

Caleb’s Crossing is a captivating historical fiction novel by Geraldine Brooks, set in 17th-century colonial America. The story is told from the perspective of Bethia Mayfield, a young girl growing up in a Puritan settlement on Martha’s Vineyard. The book beautifully captures the spirit of the times and explores the complexities of the relationship between Read more

Spare: Review

Prince Harry’s memoir titled “Spare” is a well-written story that gives a glimpse into the life of a royal who struggled with being the “Spare” versus the “Heir.” Throughout the book, Prince Harry shares his unresolved grief for his mother, Princess Diana, who died tragically when he was just a child. He talks about how Read more

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