The Talented Mr. Ripley meets Gossip Girl meets YOU ... yeah! If you enjoy psychological thrillers, this is your book! You're going to want to stick around to see how this ends...
You will finish this book in one day! Reading this feels like watching a movie, and Reese Witherspoon is actually turning it into one! Get ready to be on the edge of your seat, because best-selling author Ruth Ware knows how to keep readers in suspense.
If you enjoyed the show, you should definitely read the book! It is even more twisted, believe it or not. If you aren't familiar with the show, even better... you are in for quite the ride! I'll leave you with these three words: thriller, obsession, and psychological, and one last thought: love versus ownership.
I was immersed in underwater exploration right alongside Jill when reading her book, which left me jaw-dropped, gasping or holding my breath, tearing up, raising my eyebrows, and occasionally "woo"-ing and "whaaat"-ing! Jill Heinerth is an amazing woman and we should all know her name and her story.
"The blunders, blindness of her own head and heart!"
I love love love this story! All the chaos, all the laughs, and all the beautiful scenery that goes with it makes Emma one of my favorite books. It has such a special place in my heart, and I'm sure Emma Woodhouse will capture your heart, too!
Probably the most beautiful coffee table book ever. Plus, who doesn't love Wes Anderson?
It's fun to flip through these pages and see if you've ever been to any of the featured locations.
This would make a great gift as well - bookmark any of the pages that you think a friend would really like!
This play is included in the Theatre Canon (a group of plays that are said to be the most important, well-written, and influential). The name Tennessee Williams speaks for itself, but I'll also add that this particular play is lovely and brutal at the same time, and one of my favorites by this playwright.
Henrik Ibsen is known as "the father of realism" in theatre, so anyone interested in writing or performing should read his work. "A Doll's House" first premiered in 1879, but it is more relevant than ever! It's also my favorite by him!
If you're new to reading or writing poetry, or you just love poetry in general, this is great book to start with and to just have on your shelves! Some of the greats and their poems are collected in this one lovely book.
On page 209 is my favorite poem by Frank O'Hara, Having A Coke With You.
This story hops between past and present, making all of the puzzle pieces fit into place with each flip of a page. The puzzle is one big, messy picture that haunts these characters throughout their lives. In The Lying Game, Ruth Ware asks the question, "what would you do for your friends?"
The setting of the story is one of my favorite parts of the book. It is just as eerie and haunting as the characters' past...
Combining beautiful wintery wonderland-esc illustrations, quirky cheese puns, and super cute mice, this picture book uses humor, imagery, and spunky rodents to share an important lesson - it is okay to ask for help! We are all better together!