How on earth has this week gone by so quickly? Well, at least I had time to read a bunch of books..
This week The Essential Books to Understanding.. covered candidate Bernie Sanders, a short collection of very interesting books that will help you understanding the man and the politician who’s running for president. (Previously The Essential Books To Understanding Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump).
Beyond politics I am a True Crime enthusiast, Dead Ends by Joseph Michael Reynolds is one of my favourite books about Aileen Wuornos. Written by the Reuters reporter who initially broke the story, in 1990, Dead Ends is the firsthand account of Wuornos’s capture, trial, and sentencing to death by lethal injection, that goes deep down where nobody ever before.
The “word of the week” has been “Brexit”. On June 23 Britons were called to vote about whether the United Kingdom should remain a member of the European Union or leave it for good. A State of Independency by Mark Brolin will give you an objective and critical analysis of what’s really going on in the Old Country and why Brexit is good.
Don’t get a job, live your dream by Scott Haug, a new sel-help book, contains 7 important reasons that will help convince you to live the life you truly want to live.
The Crow Girl by Erik Axl Sund has been a real challenge for me to read..784 pages of a really dark and disturbed psychological thriller. Epic but well written.
Something different that took me out of my comfort zone: poetry. Djinni Hunter by Thomas Kozumplik is a splendid collection of poems that I am still enjoying.
Well, readers.. that would be all for now! As always, feel free to comment and share your best books of the week. Happy week and happy reading!
Hello fellow readers.. and Happy Memorial Weekend! In case you are looking for something to read, here’s what I have been reading during my week.
Just let me tell you this week has been great! I have literally devoured True Crime Addict, the story of Maura Murray beautifully written by James Renner. If you like true crime, this one is honest, fascinating and…addictive. A sincere account of one of the most complicated and mysterious disappearance in America.
Historical Fiction meets time traveling in Indiana Belle and The Mine by John A. Heldt, two absolute page turner.
Another true crime caught my attention: Brady and Hindley by Fred Harrison. A young couple, gruesome murders and a crime so horrendous that will remain cheseled on the collective psyche of a nation long after the perpetrators are gone.
Generation X or Generation Y? Who are the Millennials? and what’s their role in modern society? Take a look at the best books that can help you understand.
101 Job Interview Questions You’ll never Fear Again by James Reed is a must have! Reed reveals what interviewers are asking and gives you the best possible answers to ace your job interview!
That’s all for now! Until next time! Happy reading!
Happy Sunday Everybody,
has been an interesting week at The Serial Readers Book Club on Goodreads, new members (we’re now 102) and new books to discuss together for the big challenge “Reader of the Month“, check that out.. the contest is open worldwide!
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This week my books list has been quite short: I’m enthusiast about Zach’s new book If at Birth You Don’t Succeed, which I will never stop to recommend. Brilliant, funny and inspiring.
Speaking of funny stuff, Samantha Jayn and her Quarter Life Poetry nailed it. If you’re not familiar with her Instagram or Tumblr account, you’re definitely missing some fun.
In the TGIF post, which will soon become a regular, I announced my epic reading for the week end: Outlander. I suspect it will take a while to finish this book.
What about your Books of the Week? As always, feel free to write a comment and share with us what you’re reading!
Till next time, happy reading!