Bookeater herself sincerely hopes that her writing will reveal more about the reading. Or at least entertain you.
When Paris Went Dark: The City of Light Under German Occupation by Richard Rosbottom (while sneaking in quick bits of Salvage the Bones by the incredible Jesmyn Ward)
Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay
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Began a bender focusing on the Nazi occupation of Paris. It all started in a small French village where a young girl (it actually started in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, where a young girl began filching her mother’s library books, like … Continue reading
Sorry I didn’t tell anyone I was on hiatus for the summer. Believe me, I had all intentions. We headed north this summer to Toronto for city vacay then outside of Montreal for some country time. I’d like to say … Continue reading
Today’s New York Times has a piece on Sherman Alexie’s new book, “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me“, an “assemblage of 156 confessional essays, vignettes and poems inspired by the death of Mr. Alexie’s mother from cancer in … Continue reading