Books I read this summer
This li.st isn't nearly as long as I planned on it being...
- •MASH by Richard HookerI was obsessed with the TV show for the longest time... The book was a bit of a letdown
- •The Revenant by Michael PunkeVery different from the movie. Overall though, it was a pretty good book
- •History of Danish Dreams by Peter HoegWeird, to say the least. (Tbh, I didn't quite read the entire book)
- •The Lost City of Z by David GrannSO good... I now want to go and explore the Amazon. It amazes me how dedicated the early 20th century explorers were.
- •I Am the Messenger by Markus ZusakI 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
- •In the Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel PhilbrickAn interesting read if you want to learn about the sinking of the Essex. Or the 19th century whaling industry. Or cannibalism.
- •Invisible Man by Ralph EllisonI'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
- •The Shack by William YoungI'm not very far in this book but I've enjoyed it so far and this li.st is pretty short so I wanted to add it anyways. Definitely looking forward to reading it