4/5. I loved this book. The author writes these people in a way that you feel bittersweet at the end. Mary and Colville grew more endearing as the story progressed, and I only disliked one individual throughout the book. This was the first WWll book I read from a mix of English and German viewpoints. It was fascinating to see how England handled the Blitz and how the Germans justified their aggressions. I learned so much from this book, and I would recommend it to all heavy nonfiction readers.
The Splendid and the Vile
Books | Erik Larson
5/5. I seriously didn’t expect this book to be quite so exhilarating for me. I only read it because the cover intrigued me. A Date with Murder had amazing characters and pacing, and I found myself accidentally skipping lines in excitement. I truly recommend this book to anyone looking for an unexpected thrill ride.
Murder, She Wrote: A Date with Murder
Books | Jessica Fletcher
4/5. This book was both entertaining and informative. I won’t have children for another several years, but I found multiple methods I wouldn’t mind giving a try! Some of the stories made me physically laugh out loud, and it was great to see tales from both sides: parents and children. I would recommend this to anyone nervous about starting a family.
Weird Parenting Wins
Books | Hillary Frank
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