I’m Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy

Damn, dude. I knew from the rave reviews this had to be a good one. I was not disappointed in McCurdy’s writing, though heartbroken and left raw from her story. Jennette McCurdy is well known for her Nickelodeon roles as Sam Puckett on several popular kids shows. She was a huge part of my own…

A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini

Wow. I waited way too long to read this book. I haven’t been this emotionally impacted by a book in a long while, and I can’t even think about this one without tearing up all over again. This multi-generational drama follows two women living in Afghanistan from the 1950s up through the early 2000s. Mariam…

Just Like Home by Sarah Gailey

Well, this is quite possibly the strangest thing I’ve read in awhile. Called back by her dying mother to return to her childhood home, Vera Crowder heads home after more than ten years apart from the house her father was arrested in for serial killings. Once she arrives, however, it’s clear there will be no…

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