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This book is truly one of a kind. Alyssa's Mastromonaco's fantastic storytelling and wonderful sense of humor paired with her unique point of view as a woman in the White House make her book not just another political memoir. Along with each riveting story, she gives advice and offers heartwarming reassurance to anyone, whether you're at a major crossroads in life or are just stuck wearing jeans while meeting the Queen.
It’s genuinely hilarious, and the format it is written in just catches you off guard but seriously pulls you in. I love reading this novel while traveling because it’s so light-hearted and easy to follow!
If you loved Gone Girl and Girl on a Train, this is the book for you. Once you pick up A.J. Finn's The Woman In The Window you will not be able to put it down. The story follows Anna, a child psychologist suffering from agoraphobia, the fear of going outside, and the mysteries of her new neighbors. When reading you think you will know how it ends, but trust me, you don't. The surprise twist makes Finn's book truly a suspense novel.
There’s no simple way to describe this book. Just read it. You won’t be able to put it down, and you will never want it to end.
The perfect spring read! A classic story about finding yourself, waking up, and man’s relationship with nature.
Fangirl encapsulates what many feels will be their college experience. The blending of modern fan-culture with a semi-traditional coming of age plot is done well, and it leaves the reader wishing Simon Snow really did have his own series— to which there's always Carry On, which is pretty rad, too.