Book #13 – The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)

What can I possibly say about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and his incredibly famous creation, Sherlock Holmes? I don’t know what I was thinking by not reading any of these novels and short stories for the first twenty-four-years of my life, but I have now (at least somewhat) amended this grievous error. The Adventure of […]

Book #7 – The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul (Deborah Rodriguez)

I actually bought this book by complete accident. There were a few books that Amazon had been recommending to me for the past few months based on my previous purchases, and one of them was called The Colour of Tea. As much as I love tea, I felt too guilty to spend $30 on an […]

Book #3 – Sickened (Julie Gregory)

I actually stumbled upon Sickened in a rather odd way – it was recommended in one of my Psychology textbooks as a good book to read to develop more of an understanding of Münchausen’s disease and Münchausen’s by Proxy (MBP). Always keen to procrastinate actual study by reading a novel that will “expand my understanding”, I quickly got […]

Book #1 – Fahrenheit 451 (Ray Bradbury)

In Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury creates a world in which reading has been banned – instantaneously forcing me to imagine my worst fear and grabbing my attention from the very beginning. In this world without books even thinking is strongly discouraged and, despite seeming to have an amount of free time I could only dream of, […]