BOOKS I READ IN MARCH
A very very eclectic stack
- •Here they are in a tower
- •The island within by Richard NelsonA local Sitka, Alaska writer. Really powerful book about our relationship with nature and how to 'be' where we are. Strongly suggest if you are a fan of humans and nature trope writing similar to Gary Snyder or Barry Lopez.
- •The marriage plot by Jeffrey EugenidesA re-read. Controversial opinion, but truly my favorite book of his. Maybe it's because I'm deeply immersed in the post graduate identity struggle right now but my oh my i identify with Mitchell. Forever sad he doesn't get more sex.
- •The defining decade by Meg JaySurprisingly interesting despite normally despising books of this nature. My mom gave this to me. What the f you trying to tell me mom?
- •Freedom by Jonathan FranzenAnother reread. Never tire of it. Franzen4ever.
- •Women who run with WolvesAmazing. Can't believe I hadn't read sooner. Couldn't stop reading. Was distraught to be done with it.
- •The faraway nearby by Rebecca SolnitTruly genre bending. Loved it all. Solnit is a queen of sentence construction and I don't know why it took me so long to finally read this book. It's a fantastic and immensely pleasurable journey of a read.