Hi there, friend! I hope whatever on your end is great as well as that this week has been treating you well.
The other day, in the Monday Poll, Tisha asked the complying with concern in the comments:
Btw, what are you reading? I’ve been dying to get my hands on a great book, seems like fun!
I checked out great deals of excellent fiction last month. My preferred out of the lot was “Klara as well as the Sun,” by Kazuo Ishiguro. It’s science fiction, however not the kind that includes aliens destroying the earth or superheroes saving the world from killer snakes from outer space.
It’s a peaceful story of a robot buddy as well as her teen charge, as well as it contemplates what it means to like as well as be human. Days after I completed the last page, I kept believing about the story, as well as my heart would feel both heavy as well as hopeful at the exact same time.
Sigh… I’m not prepared for the increase of the machines, man.
Kočky a make-up mikina?
Still, I liked it. It’s one of the very best books I’ve checked out in years.
I’ve just recently found that Reese Witherspoon (yup, the actress) has a book club, kinda like Oprah’s book Club. Every book that she’s suggested so far, I’ve enjoyed. In January I finished…
“The Giver of Stars,” by Jojo Moyes
I started this a while back however stopped reading when it got frightening for the primary characters, librarians who travel by horseback into the far reaches of the Kentucky mountains during the Depression. I just couldn’t take it as well as needed a break. I’m so glad I completed this book, though. It’s about friendship as well as resilience, as well as the connections between the women are beautiful.
“The Last story of Mina Lee,” by Nancy Jooyoun Kim
This secret is about a Korean lady who immigrates to Los Angeles in the ’80s as well as her daughter, as well as it flips back as well as forth between the past as well as the present as the story unfolds. I had to force myself to put the book down before bed! It’s one of those books you might quickly checked out cover to cover.
“The Henna Artist,” by Alka Joshi
Another page turner! It’s set in 1950’s India, as well as it’s about a lady trying to make it on her own in a world where there aren’t a great deal of opportunities. Again, I couldn’t put it down.
That Reese Witherspoon understands exactly how to pick some great books.
I likewise checked out a couple non-fiction books, too. “Painless Grammar,” by Rebecca Elliott, is written for kids, however it’s a fun refresher on fundamentals of the English Language. I likewise enjoyed “The simple Filipino Cookbook,” by Roline Casper, as well as I can’t wait to try a few of her recipes.
What’ve you been reading lately?
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