My love for this book, in many ways, mirrors Leni’s love for Alaska. Wild. That’s how I describe it all. When Kristin Hannah gets her hooks in you, she digs deep and holds on. I can only use Leni’s words to describe how I feel about this book . . .Read More
Oh, my heart! This book aches the whole way through. I was absolutely astonished by the writing.
The Mothers is about a young girl named Nadia who tries to cope after her mother kills herself, the catalyst for Nadia’s pursuit of any opportunity that makes her feel—any opportunity to forget her hurt.Read More
—Stephanie Danler, Sweetbitter
This book will forever leave a sweet-bitter, craving-it-always taste in my mind. I devoured it.
This coming-of-age foodie story is so much more than a young twenty-two-year-old girl moving to New York City on a whim, stumbling into a coveted job at a top NYC restaurant. It's about remembering, having experiences instead of just wanting them, and oh, every page aches with loneliness—truly.Read More