Paradise of the Pacific: Approaching Hawaii by Susanna Moore

Sometimes, you just can’t make it to the end of the book. For me, I can’t finishย Paradise of the Pacific: Approaching Hawaii by Susanna Moore. With one measly section to go, I find myself unwilling to spend one more minute on the book. I’ve been working on it for over a month. This doesn’t mean … More Paradise of the Pacific: Approaching Hawaii by Susanna Moore

Rembrandt’s Bed

Ronnie can hear the spokes on her bike whistling as she breezes past canal Zwanenburgwal. A fine mist hangs over the city, and the cold bites at her bare hands. With one hand on her handlebars, she breathes hot air onto the other. When she switches hands to warm the other, her wheels makes a … More Rembrandt’s Bed

Book Review: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

While World War fiction is at the top of my Least Favorite Genres list, in the last three months I’ve read two novels that fall into the category. I feel the genre is completely oversaturated and therefore an abundance of World War fictionย recycles many similar themes and tropes. I become numb to the actual history … More Book Review: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr