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April 2015 To-Be-Read

Another month, another stack of books. Just the way I like it. I’m only going to mention a few, because I feel like I need freedom after all the Tournament reading. 271 more words


Just finished...Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell

Truth be told, it was this book’s title and cover-art images that interested me. Pen and ink illustrations along with satellite and radar images of clouds all hint at the book’s central them of our inter-connected lives, especially through the passage of time. 153 more words


Sunday Post: March 22nd - March 28th

The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba @ The Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

Week in Review:

  • After spending the entire last weekend away from the hubs, with a busy work week looming ahead, we had impromptu date night on Monday where margaritas were drank and tacos were eaten.
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The Reason I Jump by Naoki Higashida

Naoki is a 22-year-old Japanese man who has written dozens of books and short stories in his short life. He has published over 20 works of fiction and non-fiction, including his autobiographical THE REASON I JUMP an international best seller written when he was 13. 566 more words


The Thousand Autumns

I finished David Mitchell’s The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet this morning.  I’m still sort of swimming in feelings after that ending – my god, that ending – but I’m too impatient to wait until the coffee kicks in to write something real and meaningful.   345 more words


The Bone Clocks - David Mitchell

Even if you personally have a hand in a battle against good and evil that shook the very pillars of Heaven, when the smoke clears and the evil is vanquished eventually life will return to normal. 632 more words



Won’t you #CloudAtlasAlong with us?

In case you missed it, April from The Steadfast Reader and I are hosting a readalong for Cloud Atlas, by David Mitchell throughout the month of April. 98 more words