Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer
I tend to avoid all schmaltzy narratives that focus on September 11th (sorry Edward Cullen... I'm not watching Remember Me), but reading an excerpt from this book had me rethinking my previous stance. I experienced this as an audiobook borrowed from my library and was instantly sucked in the moment the narrator started speaking. The main character, Oskar Schell reminded me a lot of the boy in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time. While I don't believe Oskar to
Too big for my britches
So, because I've been nailing 2015... reading-wise (not so much diet or exercise or life-plan wise), I think I recently got wayyyy too ambitious. I'm reading Selected Letters of Dawn Powell for my challenge... I'm listening to Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer... I took out Horrorstor (too lazy to figure out umlauts) by Grady Hendrix... I took out Delicious Foods by James Hannaham... I just picked up The Turner House by Angela Flournoy from my hold at
Would you like some literature with your steak burrito?
Authors, including Toni Morrison and Malcolm Gladwell, featured on Chipotle cups. An ice-cold Diet Pepsi has never tasted so sweet! Read the article here: Vanity Fair: Chipotle Cups Will Now Feature Stories by Jonathan Safran Foer, Toni Morrison and Other Authors #jonathansafranfoer #tonimorrison #malcolmgladwell