Meet Meg Mason’s Martha — a woman who knows that there’s something wrong with her. She just doesn’t know what (not for now, anyway). The reader meets her at her 40th birthday party in Oxford. She’s a British columnist that writes about all things food.
“For you, a thousand times over.” If you have read The Kite Runner, these lines are etched in your brain. Khaled Hosseini’s debut novel is… Read More »The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini Book Review: A Tale Of Twisted Friendship
What if I tell you you should strike your to-do list in half? Essentialism tells you you should. And you must. Read if this book can shift how you approach opportunities.
One thing that is commended in Eat, Pray, Love – even by its critics – is its storytelling. Elizabeth Gilbert often feels like a friend talking to you over brunch. But let me get this straight: there’s a very specific Gilbert-humor in the book that either you like or you don’t.