Because I write nonfiction, I have to read a lot of books as part of my research. That means I have to be terribly picky about the books I read for pleasure. I’m not completely through my 2015-2016 stack (three more to go!) but I’ve already selected the nine titles that will be stacked on… [Read More]
Check Out the Books On My Reading List Through 2017 and See Why I Choose Them. My Reviews Will Follow!
March 1, 2016 By Connie Nordhielm Wooldridge
Filed Under: A Writer's Life, Adult Book Reviews, Book Reviews by Connie, News Tagged With: Amy Stewart, and most recently The Story of the Lost Child). If it’s as good as the reviewers claim it is, Andrew O’Hagan, Angela Flourney, Anita Shapira, At Night We Walk in Circles, Between the World and Me, Book Reviews, Connie Nordhielm Wooldridge, Daniel Alarcon, David McCullough, Elena Ferrante, Girl Waits With Gun, I’ll power through the other three. Our Souls at Night, Kent Haruf, My Brilliant Friend, My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante. I somehow missed this first installment in a series of four “Neapolitan” novels (the three that follow it are The Story of a New Name, Reviews by Connie Wooldridge, Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Illuminations, The Turner House, The Wright Brothers, Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay