Ender’s Game Great boo!k This book was kind of slow starting off which in the beginning made me reluctant of reading it. There were also many parts that required rereading and back tracking to previous texts so you can understand what was going on. So my advice is that if you’re into a basic/simple book this isn’t for you. However, if you do like an interesting read and a great story this book is awesome. It had me at the edge of my seat many times. I was so impressed with this book I couldn’t put it down. It constantly had me feeling sad, excited, nervous, happy, angry, and generally all over the place. I love this book and highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good read.
Hillbilly Elegy By J. D. Vance Insightful and thought a very provoking book. Thank you so much for being brave to share your story. Hillbilly Elegy book is the story of a boy who grew up in a working-class white family in middle Appalachia and escaped multi-generational poverty. I found it be interesting, inspiring, sad, funny, and very well worth reading. I highly recommend it to anyone, particularly if you want to really know why Hillary lost the election. The author does not come off as political or even intending to answer this question. His book just happens to do so. Hillbilly Elegy will make you laugh, maybe cry, and definitely want to read it to the end. And if you have hillbilly roots like I do, you will very likely share a real connection with the author.
After Anna By Lisa Scottoline One of the best books I’ve read this year I received a copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review** Better wait until you have plenty of time to start this because you wont be able to put it down. No one got fed at my house while I was reading lol. The ending floored me. This author is brilliant! And whatever you do, don’t peak at the ending. It will ruin it. Imagine having you baby taken from you because of post partum. Your husband divorces you and you’re not allowed to see your child. The one day when that child is in high school, she calls you and wants to meet. You have a second chance. She moves in with you and you new husband who has a young son himself from a previous marriage. It’s like the perfect family you always dreamed of. And then things start taking a strange turn. This is what happened to Maggie and her family. Her husband is suddenly on trial for a murder he may not have committed, or did he? The murder of Anna, Maggie’s daughter. But how well does Maggie know her daughter? I can’t stress how thrilling this book was. Now I want to read it over again. I envy those of you who are going to read it the first time.