Week 29 & 30: Everything Is Illuminated & Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer

You can never really expect tragedy- when it will hit, what it will take. You can’t ever know if it might be the last time you see somebody you love. Just recently, the world lost Robin Williams, a truly incredible individual whose many roles helped shape my generation’s childhood. Robin was a comedian, a gifted […]

Week 26: The Secret History by Donna Tartt

How far would you go to protect a secret?¬†Would you lie for it? Perhaps. Run away from the problem, flee the scene- maybe. Would you kill to protect it? Hopefully not. If I told you that the lives of your closest friends depended on protecting this secret, does it change your answer? In the very […]

Week 3: House Of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski

I wish that a picture of a mouth hanging open would count as a book review. The way mine did. Throughout most of the book, actually. Whether it was hanging out of shock, stunned silence, or a state of complete and utter confusion as this book dragged me back and forth by the foot[note] through […]