I feel like she’d be an okay person, if you could get her away from her dad for five minutes.
I read Slade House on the subway this week.
If you want to date Professor Snape, I’ve found the book for you!
This is one of those cases where the title is not an apt description of the content.
Topic for another post: is there a way to make critical comments about a book concerning human rights abuses without giving the impression that you either take the topic lightly or support the human rights abuses themselves?
In which I turn the new Jon Ronson book into a so-off-topic-it’s-back-on-topic discussion of how to stop bullying.
Books I Recently Forced Myself to Finish So that I Would Have the Right to Blog About Them, According to My Arbitrary Rules
One of them is about how men get a really bad rap when it comes to murdering their wives, and the other one is about waiting 500 pages for someone to enter a maze.
I read a really academic book, and a really not academic book, this time. That’s because I’m smart, but still approachable and cool.
Men Explain Things to Me and Not That Kind of Girl
I finally had a chance to read The Magician’s Land, the third and final instalment in Lev Grossman’s Magicians trilogy, and it was amazing, and perfect, and wonderful, and I never wanted it to end, and I have nothing bad to say about it at all.
Boy, Snow, Bird, One More Thing and Bright-Sided