#84- Paper Towns by John Green and #85- A little Something Different by Sandy Hall

                                            After reading two books that I didn’t like (which rarely, rarely happens. I like almost everything), and failing miserably at reading American Gods, I decided to face the facts. While I love every genre, […]

#81- The Interestings by Meg Wolitzer

The Interestings tell the story of a group of teenagers growing up in the 70’s at a summer camp for kids gifted in the arts. The book follows them through college, marriage, family and middle age, asking the question, how does talent when your 15 manifests itself when you are 55? How far can a […]