Hello fellow bookworms! I’m participating in WWW Wednesday hosted by Sam @ samannelizabeth, for the first time!
There are only 3 questions corresponding each W:
1. What are you currently reading?
2. What did you recently finish reading?
3. What do you think you’ll read next?
Continue reading “WWW Wednesday – 04252018”
RATING: 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌑(4/5 moons)
First Published: April 1925
“He had intended, probably, to take what he could and go – but now he found that he had committed himself to the following of a grail.”
Narrator Nick Carraway tells the story of his neighbour Jay Gatsby, whose parties at his Long Island mansion are as lavish as his past is mysterious. Yet Gatsby cares only for one of his guests: his lost love Daisy Buchanan, now married and living across the bay. In Fitzgerald’s hands, this deceptively simple story becomes a near-perfect work of art, told in hauntingly beautiful prose.
Continue reading “The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald”
RATING: 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌖 (4.75/5 moons)
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark
Published: January 10, 2017
“Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”
A literary page-turner about a beloved college professor accused of murdering his entire family, and one small-town cop’s dangerous search for answers.
Thomas Huston, a beloved professor and bestselling author, is something of a local hero in the small Pennsylvania college town where he lives and teaches. So when Huston’s wife and children are found brutally murdered in their home, the community reacts with shock and anger. Huston has also mysteriously disappeared, and suddenly, the town celebrity is suspect number one.
Sergeant Ryan DeMarco has secrets of his own, but he can’t believe that a man he admired, a man he had considered a friend, could be capable of such a crime. Hoping to glean clues about Huston’s mind-set, DeMarco delves into the professor’s notes on his novel-in-progress. Soon, DeMarco doesn’t know who to trust—and the more he uncovers about Huston’s secret life, the more treacherous his search becomes.
Continue reading “Two Days Gone by Randall Silvis”