Books I read this summer

This isn't nearly as long as I planned on it being...
  1. MASH by Richard Hooker
    I was obsessed with the TV show for the longest time... The book was a bit of a letdown
  2. The Revenant by Michael Punke
    Very different from the movie. Overall though, it was a pretty good book
  3. History of Danish Dreams by Peter Hoeg
    Weird, to say the least. (Tbh, I didn't quite read the entire book)
  4. The Lost City of Z by David Grann
    SO good... I now want to go and explore the Amazon. It amazes me how dedicated the early 20th century explorers were.
  5. I Am the Messenger by Markus Zusak
    I can't count the number of times I've read this book. Zusak is such a brilliant writer and the story itself offers such a vivid picture of humanity. I cry every time I read it. It's just SUCH a great book
  6. In the Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Philbrick
    An interesting read if you want to learn about the sinking of the Essex. Or the 19th century whaling industry. Or cannibalism.
  7. Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
    I'm actually only halfway through this book. It's a difficult read and honestly, not exactly what I was expecting. But it's pretty thought provoking and I'm definitely going to finish it
  8. The Shack by William Young
    I'm not very far in this book but I've enjoyed it so far and this is pretty short so I wanted to add it anyways. Definitely looking forward to reading it