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"
i’ve always been into aesthetics, to say that it doesn’t drive my purchases would be misleading. needless to say, what drew me to the book was it’s cover. what i first saw it, it reminded me of films like drive or nightcrawler; there was this inherent mystery to the cover. the name alone doesn’t give […]Read more "Dodgers | Bill Beverly"
so i have a bad habit of starting things and never really following through, i think that’s been real clear with this. i have a list of books i’ve read since the snow queen, which i’m debating writing about here. long story short, not much will happen until i’m through with midterms >.> i wanted to […]Read more "MIA |"
you know how they say “don’t judge a book by it’s cover?” yeah, im not really a big proponent of that. i think covers are important, similar to first impressions, they’re what draw your attention. that being said, i was drawn to this book by its gorgeous cover, i didnt really know what to expect. […]Read more "The Snow Queen | Hans Christian Andersen"
I didn’t really give it much thought when i snagged this at a library sale a few months back. i thought the mysterious tone would provide inspiration for when i had to write a term paper, i was wrong there, but i wasn’t wrong in choosing to read it. it’s about a group of people, […]Read more "The Alienist | Caleb Carr"
up until my adolescence i was a voracious reader. my parents always yelled at me for taking a book everywhere. i got made fun of by my friends for reading whenever i could during school, even going so far as to not to classwork and assignments just so i could read. jump forward to my […]Read more "1"