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.
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I can’t remember the last time somebody asked me who my celebrity crush is. Do people still care about that, or is that something people generally grow out of?
Regardless, I’ve been obsessed with Audrey Hepburn for years. I had an apartment when I was 26 with a designated Audrey Hepburn wall. If somebody ever would have broken into that apartment, they most likely wouldn’t have guessed they were in a 26-year-old man’s apartment.
But who cares…Not the 26-year-old who got to look at Audrey Hepburn every day, that’s for sure.
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I bought this book thinking it was going to be a mostly sarcastic, humorous book. And can you blame me?
The title is Eat Chocolate Naked, and the first tip I read when skimming through the book was “Tattoo His Name On Your @$$”. Hardly what you’d expect from a book written to give real advice on sparking romance.
However, shortly after starting this book, I was like, “Oh, you’re serious…”
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As some will remember, I read My Story by Elizabeth Smart about a month ago. I felt there was a missed opportunity to address how life had been returning from such a horrific experience, and I gave the book 3 stars.
I wasn’t aware that Smart had written anything else, so I was pleasantly surprised to find Where There’s Hope at a local thrift store. My thought was that this book might cover some of the topics I had been looking for in her first book.
After all, the subtitle of the book is “Healing, moving forward, and never giving up.”
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