My favorite book is Peace Like a River by Leif Enger. Whenever I find a copy for sale at a thrift store or used book store for a few dollars, I’ll buy it to lend out or give away.
About a month ago I decided to take 3 of my copies to work in case any of my coworkers were interested in borrowing a copy.
When one of my coworkers expressed interest in borrowing a copy, I asked what her favorite book was. She replied Unbroken, which is a book I’ve had sitting on my bookshelf for a few years. I decided if she was going to read my favorite book then I was going to read her favorite.
Continue reading “Book Nook: Unbroken – Laura Hillenbrand”
A couple of months ago I read Where There’s Hope by Elizabeth Smart, in which Smart interviews various people who have gone through traumatic experiences in order to find out what helped them move forward.
Many of the people interviewed for Where There’s Hope had previously written their own books about their experiences, and I made a mental note of the few that I would want to read if I were given the chance.
Let It Go was one of these books, and it only took me a month or so to find a used copy for sale.
Continue reading “Book Nook: Let It Go – Chris Williams”
And we’re back with more of Anne with an E.
Be aware that all 3 books I’m going to be talking about have the title Anne of (somewhere). So, after the first reference of each book, I’m just going to refer to each as whatever place Anne is “of” in that particular book title.
Continue reading “Book Nook: Anne of the Island – L.M. Montgomery”
A lot of the books I’ve read recently have had some connection to World War II. Although it may not be everybody’s favorite topic, it can sure be the setting for an emotional book.
I don’t believe that anybody had recommend The Tattooist of Auschwitz to me specifically. Instead, I had probably just heard the title thrown around enough times to get excited when I saw this book on the shelf.
I was more than disappointed to find out partway through the book that it’s basically a Nicholas Sparks book set in a concentration camp.
Continue reading “Book Nook: The Tattooist of Auschwitz – Heather Morris”