Tag: book review

  • The Greatest Generation

    The Greatest Generation. I just finished this book on the plane. Amazing book! I couldn’t even get through the foreword without crying! This generation really is amazing. I highly suggest checking out this book! Veteran reporter and NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw went to France to make a documentary marking the 40th anniversary of […]

  • 1984 – The Book and Play!

    I finished this book a while ago, but I wanted to wait to write about it until after I had seen the play at the RedCat in LA. I’ll try and keep this post non-political! So I am hoping that most people have read the book, or at least heard of it. I am not […]

  • Running with Scissors: A Memoir

    Ok, so this was the third in a series of books Constantine and I were to read together. As we all know… Running with Scissors, a messed up name, for a messed up book! An EXCELLENT messed up book! I was utterly horrified at what this guy went through in his childhood, but could not […]

  • A Spot of Bother – Mark Haddon

    Well this past weekend, I finished reading the second book that Constantine and I were supposed to read together. Obviously we are not talking any more, but still. The book was great! 🙂 The book is about a british family. The father is a retired man who finds a rash on his thigh and thinks […]

  • Call Me by Your Name – Andre Aciman

    Get ready to cry… and if you’re gay, to be horny! Constantine and I just finished reading our first book together, Call Me by Your Name – Andre Aciman. This book is just a moving piece of reading. As you read it you’re there for all the action and sadness. You’re transported to the Italian […]