I read this myself for the Reading Challenge, having previously read A Room of One's Own but none of Virginia Woolf's novels. In this slim novel, Woolf weaves together two seemingly unrelated storylines: one following Mrs Dalloway, an upper class woman preparing to host a dinner party, and the other
Just because it’s assigned reading in high school doesn’t mean this isn’t a great book. This groundbreaking classic is a Gothic romance, mystery, and psychological thriller all rolled into one. You’ll be kicking yourself for not reading it decades sooner.
Gone Girl This book sucked me in for a few days a couple of Summers ago.and it was SO worth it! So dark, twisty, turny, and GOOD. You can never guess what is coming next, but you're always dying to find out.
General Fiction. Elizabeth, a talented chef, has her own restaurant in New York City -- but her heart hasn't been in her job lately, and the customers have noticed. When her financial backer brings in a fixer chef to save the day, Elizabeth takes a break and heads to Seattle, where her estranged sister, Jane, is fighting breast cancer.