“It’s not about being lost but about trying to lose yourself”
One for each year lived.
Some good, some bad.
An intricate mystery set in New Zealand’s Gold Rush.
In 1943, Betty Smith published what would become her most famous work and one of the most representative pieces of American literature. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn* was an instant…
Poisonous jellyfish, dysfunctional families, unlikely friendships and mice.
Trouble in the ranch.
“«Where» is the primal question, rather than «when», «how», or «who»”.
700 hundred pages of suffering and a very handsome priest.
Books to remember everything’s not lost 💚🌎
Four cringe-worthy (in the best way) reads.