Lawson’s life story will keep you laughing out loud throughout. You will want to read each section to someone because they are so unbelievable. This book chronicles the famous bloggers life starting in a small town in Texas up to her current struggles and events. I would recommend this book if you are looking for something to pick up once a week or so to read a section.
This is a story of intersecting lives set around the music industry. Each chapter is told from a different character, giving insight to the various perspectives and opinions of each personality within the book. Compelling to the end, this book will keep you reading in order to connect the dots.
Jepson takes on the first person role of a female in pre-communist China seamlessly. This story of a young girl unexpectedly married off to her sisters fiance portrays a seldom seen picture of traditional Chinese women and the gender roles they are forced to fulfill. Under the covers of a family name, Feng must struggle with vicious relatives, pressure for a son, and living up to traditions she has never known. A great story that will keep you reading throughout the night!
A provocative espionage story interwoven with love, betrayal, and deceit. The story starts in Vienna in 1913 with Lysander Reif seeking psychotherapy while simultaneously having a steamy affair only to be sent back to London at the start of World War I. He is then caught up in the past affair, underground intelligence circles, and family interferences.
Hilarious book! Stephen Colbert’s summary of America and the fundamentals of American life. This book is entirely sarcastic and in true Colbert fashion. The book is divided by major topics of American culture (“Religion”, “Marriage”, “Education”) which are then discussed in length according to Colbert’s opinions. The audio version of this book is read by Colbert, adding to the deadpan wit found throughout the book.
Funny and entertaining!