A thriller and a mystery and an anti-love story, Girl on the Train was a fast paced race to the end of a disappearance.
This series and author has been popular for years and this year it has picked up even more so I finally got around to reading it. Good stuff! It brings in an introduction to many mythology terms and people and centers it around a well developed and likable Percy Jackson.
Cute story from the point of view of the crayons, some abused, some not used, and some fed up with their predicaments.
Another fabulous modern mystery read by Moriarty, this is an intriguing tale involving many women in a community who are unknowingly linked to an old secret.
An enjoyable, thought provoking group of essays on Southern traditions, I initially picked this out for my son then read it as he was reading it because the topics are so intriguing. Moonshine, eating squirrels, coon dogs and frogs, the author immersed himself in the culture of the South.
I started teaching English and Spanish at Blancester in 1996. After getting my masters in Library Science, I moved into the library and I've enjoyed connecting people to books ever since!