DELIGHTFUL! Un-put-down-able! How did Kiley Reid manage to write such a light and breezy read while still tackling hard topics? Listen to my girl Reese and buy this fantastic book.
Looking for a captivating mystery? This suspense novel is for you!
It centers around a man living a massive lie and his wife and daughter's struggle to discover who he really is. This book takes a unique look at family, loyalty, and trust.
One of my favorite memoirs of all time! The auhtor was born to survivalists in Idaho who believed that doomsday was coming. As a result, Tara didn't step foot in a classroom until she was 17. It was her thirst for knowledge, however, that led her to Cambridge and Harvard. UNMISSABLE. Beautiful journey of self-discovery.
Lauren Hough was born into a cult, which practiced abject poverty and sexual abuse. This is a memoir about her childhood, reclaiming her identity, and growing into the person she was meant to be.
Throughout this whole book I marveled at the author's strength, raw vulnerability, and sharp wit.
10/10 would recommend!!
"What did I just read?"-Me at the end of this book.
This psychological thriller is compulsively readable. It had me questioning my own sanity, the narrator's, and her husband's.
Excellent, yet unsettling read.
Nuanced, non-partisan perspective regarding U.S. border migration and security issues. Cantu, a Mexican-American border patrol agents presented a deeply humane and thoughtful account of his time at the U.S-Meixco border.
*A portion of this book's proceeds go to the Colibri Center and Florence Project, both incredible organizations working for the protection and promotion of human rights.
This lovely book paints a beautiful picture of a multicultural America. It contains stories of individuals who were immigrants to the United States from all over the world. My only complaint is I wish it would've been longer!
What's behind the perfect suburban facade? For fans of Big Little Lies.
Heartwarming and hearbreaking all at the same time.
"A House in Mango Street" is credited as a work that began to give Latina women and writers their (public) voice. It follows Esperanza, a young Mexican-American girl in poverty. This book is so evocative and had me overcome with emotion. I couldn't recommend it more.
"It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles...the credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who in the end may know the triumph of high achievement, and if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly."
You can never go wrong with the brilliant, witty Brene Brown. Based on over a decade of research, Brown argues that vulnerability is not weakness, but rather our clearest path to courage and meaningful connection."
"Puedo escribir los versos más tristes esta noche..."
Neruda y sus poemas me engancharon. Una colección romántica del ganador del Premio Nobel que incluye temáticas de soledad, desesperación, desventura y amor.
A brilliant call to action for equality around the world.
This book is an important primer on where we're at in the fight for equality and what we can contribute for a better future for all.