I finally did it. I finally finished The Secret History.
I waited, rather impatiently, for a LONG time before my hold on this book became available and well, at least I can say those painful 2.5 months weren’t for nothing!
Stamped, a “remix” of Ibram X. Kendi’s Stamped from the Beginning adapted by Jason Reynolds for a younger audience, has gotten a lot of praise.
How are you all? I’m just a bit stressed today because school starts in two weeks, my code is not working and I’ve been working on my college applications while struggling to decide what I even want in life!
Maybe Frappes & Fiction is slowly becoming Frappes & Nonfiction, but today I’m bringing you reviews for two more nonfiction books: In Order to Live by Yeonmi Park and Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb.
Monday Mini-Reviews: The Rose Code and Passing | Brand-New Historical Fiction and an Underrated Classic
Back to the fiction world for today’s set of mini-reviews! Today I’ll be reviewing The Rose Code by Kate Quinn and Passing by Nella Larson.
I didn’t post this on a Monday. But oh well, because soon this series will become my Monday thing and I will not be sacrificing the alliterative name just because I thought of this idea on a Tuesday. .
Okay everyone: If you’re looking for an accessible classic, this immersive, lyrical and suspenseful psychological thriller is the way to go!
This book has some of the most long-winded and sesquipedalian (I wanted to use that word so badly) prose I’ve ever read, but I somehow managed to finish it in one afternoon, glued to my Kindle the entire time.
Well, it’s official. And Then There Were None is no longer my favorite Agatha Christie book.
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