The Perks of Being a Wallflower

November 16, 2011 Dear friend, I just finished reading this book called The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky.  It’s a pretty short book, so it didn’t take too long to read.  Add to the fact that though I had a paperback copy in my bag, I read an e-book version  at work,…

A Feast for Crows

After 3 long months, I finally finished A Feast for Crows, the 4th book in George R.R. Martin’s 7-part epic series, A Song of Ice and Fire. I don’t know if it’s because the book that preceded it was action-packed and full of intrigue  or because George R.R. Martin was running out of ideas for his…

The Interpretation of Murder

On August 29, 1909, Dr. Sigmund Freud and his colleagues, aboard the George Washington lands in New York… Later, on the same day, a young woman is brutally beaten and murdered in her apartment in downtown New York… The Interpretation of Murder, written by Jed Rubenfeld,  is, essentially, a murder mystery, about the strange events…

Back to the Classics Reading Challenge 2012

Sarah Reads Too Much has recently announced that she will once again be hosting the Back to the Classics Reading Challenge in 2012. Like this year’s, the challenge is designed to get readers to read more of the Classics.   The different categories in the reading challenge will  also give readers the opportunity to choose…