good reads: room

Just finished this book last night. Amazing. The plot itself is pretty disturbing. But the way that the story is told, through the eyes of a 5 year old, seems to make everything feel okay. Erin, thanks for the recommendation. And it has received my recommendation too!

Now, I need a new book. Reading anything great lately?

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  1. mestellewil says:

    Oh… Adding this to my cart now.

  2. Do you have a good reads account? I have just finished a bunch of books lately. I am currently readying What Alice Forgot by Liane Morioty which I am liking. I have a huge list of ones I love a lot though on my good reads!

  3. efonnesbeck says:

    Oh Lauren…. Goodreads is great! You can look at mine too if you want. But here are some of my favorite reads….. I won’t list them unless I loved them…

    Just finished WILD by Cheryl Strayed a few weeks ago…great great great.
    THE HELP – Assuming you’ve read this.
    A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN – Betty Smith – Amazing.
    LITTLE BEE – CHRIS CLEAVE – I read this in 2 days. Has a disturbing part, but might be one of my favorite books ever.

    And yes, LOVED ROOM!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Mom says:

    I’m reading the Agony and the Ecstasy by Irving Stone. It takes place in Florence, Italy and is about the life of Michelangelo. You would love it.

  5. check out goodreads.com It a website that tracks all the books you’ve read or are currently reading or want to read. You can find me via my email and see all the books. its pretty cool they give recommendations on thousands of books and you can follow friends see what they are reading ect. I really like it for recommendations!

  6. Carolyn Langlinais says:

    Before I Go To Sleep by Watson is a great read. Reminded me a bit of The Time Travelers Wife. You should definitely check out goodreads.com!

  7. Maiah says:

    Ah, read this earlier in the year – such a phenomenal book! Have you read any Jeannette Walls? The Glass Castle is her first novel and INCREDIBLE. She wrote a prequel to it called Half Broke Horses, also fantastic. I highly recommend picking up both, but read them in order of publishing date – the stories blew my mind.

    Just discovered your blog – what lovely work!

    xx,
    Maiah

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