Number One Fan by Meg Elison has many aspects, a fascinating look at worlds that co-exist with me, but which I’ll never be a part of (hopefully).
This was a very enjoyable yarn, convincing and lovely. A good story, with a bunch of pop-culture references, just enough tech-talk to make sense
Christopher Isherwood was a novelist, playwright, screenwriter, and writer who was born in England, and lived in the United States
The Circle’s plan is to make each and every person a member, track their movements, film them, and shine a light on government, as well as private citizens
John Fante (8 April 1909 – 8 May 1983) was an American novelist, writer, and screenwriter. His semi-autobiographical novel Ask the Dust is his most famous work
I the magical realism, an explanation of Chinese calligraphy. A fascinating read into what makes up the calligraphy symbols, and how Daiyu interprets them
I think most can agree that history is nuanced, Hollywood and Israel: A History by Anthony Shaw and Giora takes great effort to drive that point home
Sidney Sheldon was an award-winning writer, director and producer. His career included Broadway plays, motion pictures, as well as television work.
I enjoyed this memoir way more than I thought I would. It is entertaining, funny, introspective, extremely personal, open, as well as one hell of a ride
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings is the first autobiography I read which I would consider to be literature, written with wit and wisdom to boot.