Christine has great taste in books, and loves recommending the best of the best books she's read.
An alcoholic bulldog, landscapes of the West, and the chase to find a woman who may or may not exist.
A secret underground postal service! Housewives on LSD! Mop-tops with fake British Accents! Yoyodyne hipsters in sporty suits!
Beautiful and dark, Bolano explores the place he called home, himself, and the women he tried to love.
Nabokov is an exquisite literary artist. He can paint a story like no other and these short stories are no exception.
In its sadness there is a beauty that cannot be ignored. The unmistakable need to endure this life. A much under-appreciated writer for how amazing a storyteller he was.
Calvino's magical, imagined cities are concise and elegant, poetic and wistful, hellish and romantic.
This book was published when McCullers was just twenty-three years old and masterfully captures the story of what it means to be an outsider in a small mill town in the south.
I love mysteries especially the ones that are both clever and inane. A comical adventure with a fun twist.