Incredibly thoughtful and immensely readable memoir about talk therapy from both sides of the couch. Reminded me of the best parts of Tiny Beautiful Things. #25wordbookreviews (link)
This fast-paced novel about a school shooting doesn’t offer any solutions to this horrible epidemic but I’m not sure how it could in 300 pages. #25wordbookreviews (link)
Reading this memoir is just like eating pigs in a blanket — easy, quick and delicious. Perfect if you’re in the mood for something light. #25wordbookreviews (link)
A glimpse into just how hard (and hopeless) being poor in America can be. Others have worse stories, sure, but this one was pretty rough. #25wordbookreviews (link) PS: This is the book I wrote about back in January, when I read a great excerpt in the NYT.
Mira Jacob is amazing. Loved her novel, love this graphic memoir. Jacob’s son’s innocent questions frame a discussion on race, family, and much more. #25wordbookreviews