Monthly Archives: August 2016

Mr. Mercedes, Stephen King

book 39 – Mr. Mercedes I have no idea why I ever thought Stephen King was a good writer. Maybe he WAS good, in his early days, or maybe he was just novel (no pun intended!). Whatever the case, somewhere … Continue reading

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Montana 1948, Larry Watson

book 38 – Montana 1948 A book club choice, Montana 1948 is short but captivating story about life in (you guessed it) Montana an 1948. When the beloved town doctor and war hero is accused of raping Indian women, his … Continue reading

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f**k it Do What You Love, John C. Parkin

book 37 – f**k it Do What You Love A confession: I am a few blog posts behind. A recovery plan: I am going to sit here, give myself a timeline of 30 mins per entry, and just get them … Continue reading

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looking for alaska, John Green

book 36 – looking for alaska Looking for Alaska is a different kind of coming of age book, about teenagers away at boarding school who deal with the usual (rules, authority, grades, pushing boundaries) and the less usual (loss, grief, … Continue reading

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Lamb, Christopher Moore

book 35 – Lamb Christopher Moore is actually the first repeat author of my year-long book-a-week challenge, which is unexpected because several of the books I have read were the first of trilogies that I ultimately plan on finishing. It … Continue reading

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