real estate is something that i’m lowkey interested in. having been a renter for several years now, i know a lot about the tenant side of things, like how exorbitant rent can seem sometimes. however, i’d never really thought about the landlord side of things. this book, while on the more extreme side of what […]Read more "evicted | matthew desmond"
So I’ve been MIA for awhile again, this seems to happen every time I embark on a blogging endeavor. So, expect it to happen again. I appreciate those that do visit and interact in some capacity with me, I’m still checking back every now and then so it’s getting better! I recently finished school and […]Read more "Update."
the most recent book i’ve finished, the revisionists by thomas mullen, is one hell of a whirlwind. tldr – it’s an intertwined story involving government conspiracies, politics, and the future. it sounds really convoluted and i was skeptical that the book was going to hold my attention, but i was proved wrong. it was really […]Read more "the revisionists | thomas mullen"
so i might’ve lied when i said i’d have the review for my next book out really soon after my previous one…whoops, here’s the link for the previous one by the way, if you haven’t peeped it yet (O_O). i wasn’t sure what to expect when i started reading the tipping point, whether it was […]Read more "the tipping point | malcolm gladwell"
with finals and graduation coming up, ive actually had more time to read and will be posting two reviews this time. the first book i finished was where’d you go, bernadette? by maria semple. apparently the author lives in my hometown of seattle, so it was really interesting seeing bits of it speckled throughout the plot. the […]Read more "where’d you go, bernadette | maria semple"
Some time has passed since i finished this book, about a month or so. the review i wrote was quick, unsatisfactory, and stuck with me all this time. i liked the book, but there was something that i didnt really like. i’d heard that people didn’t like the first and last parts, and that the second/middle […]Read more "Revisting Dodgers by Bill Beverly"
i had a bit of a lull in my schoolwork recently, or so i let myself think i did, and wanted to pick up an easy read. somehow i chose zero k by don delillo, which seemed like a breeze judging from its size. i didnt realize until a few chapters in what a mistake i’d […]Read more "zero k | don delillo"