36 Views of Mount Fuji: On Finding Myself in Japan by Cathy N. Davidson - A book that "transforms our image of Japan, it offers a stirring look at the very nature of culture and identity. Often funny, sometimes liltingly sad, it is as intimate and irresistible as a long-awaited letter from a good friend." - #travel literature, autobiography,
THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN by Paula Hawkins - Well-paced, and gripping...a perfect beach read! I love how the author uses changes in POV to unfold different aspects of this murder mystery. Recommended to those looking to be caught up in a good thriller!
So We Read On by Maureen Corrigan: Clearly this book is for lovers of Gatsby or Fitzgerald in general; in part critical analysis of the novel and in part biography of the author, these pages will help you understand why the Great Gatsby still enjoys a worldwide reputation and how it is highly likely that with time it does not diminish.