Suspenseful&actionpacked; u won’t put it down.W/relatable chars&epic villains, meet the shadowhunters in CITY OF BONES by Cassandra Clare
The wild wooly stories in PASTORALIA by George Saunders.The most unforgettable deteriorating grandmother ghost. And fax machine sounds!
My favorite parts are the Dunkirk war scenes. Some of his very best writing unlike more recent works. ATONEMENT by Ian McEwan.
Even if you’re not a snob, worth reading. What people admit about class and manners. SNOBBERY: THE AMERICAN VERSION by Joseph Epstein.
A few overdrawn passages but the beautiful build-ups and conversational motifs are incredible. YOUR FACE TOMORROW by Javiar Marias.
Takes me back to my adolescence, car-trips, being stuck with parents and being happy. “CHURCH CANCELS COW” by Amy Hempel.
Summer! Anecdotes re acclimating to France are pitch-perfect. Back, before he become serious. ME TALK PRETTY ONE DAY by David Sedaris.