The Readymade Thief

The Readymade Thief

My Thoughts Well, this book is certainly interesting, so much so that I still don’t fully know what to make of it. The Readymade Thief is a love letter to Marcel Duchamp, a French-American artist that became famous in the…

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In the Miso Soup

In the Miso Soup

My Thoughts I’m beginning to think that I have an unhealthy obsession with Japanese thrillers, I’ve loved every single one that I have picked up so far. In the Miso Soup is a noir thriller about a tour guide that…

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The Memory Police

The Memory Police

My Thoughts The Memory Police is one of the most disorienting and haunting novels that I had ever read. It felt like watching a black and white movie on a projector with film that is slowly deteriorating. The story centers…

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Confessions

Confessions

My Thoughts Yuko is a teacher that finds out that two of her students had murdered her daughter and finds herself conflicted between her duty as an educator and her despair and desire for revenge. This book even from the…

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Not a Sound

Not a Sound

My Thoughts Before I begin this review, let me start by saying that service dogs are awesome. Dogs in general are awesome but this book is a prime example of why service dogs are absolutely amazing and deserve all of…

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Jane Anonymous

Jane Anonymous

My Thoughts This book is a difficult one for me to tackle because I wasn’t sure how I felt about it. Jane Anonymous is a page-turner, detailing the abduction and captivity of a seventeen-year-old girl named Jane. The story moves…

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