12-02-2015 05:42 PM
I just googled and she has a third called 'sharp objects'. Im going to track it down and read it and report back within the next 3 weeks!!
13-02-2015 01:19 AM
The last book I read: The opposable mind -Roger Martin
- Bought because it was almost free. Didnt expect to ever read it, turned out to be one of my favourite books
The book I am currently reading: The Archaeology of mind - Jaak Panksepp
- Neuroscience, can only read a few pages at a time. will one day finish LOL
The book I want to read: Crime and punishment- Dostoevsky
14-02-2015 07:05 PM - edited 14-02-2015 07:07 PM
Amazing and inspiring book. Elyn describes her journey through life with schizophrenia from a very young age, constantly fighting to stay on top and to achieve her goals. Apart from being super interesting and engaging, it's incredibly useful for anyone who wants to learn more about the experience of schizophrenia and what it might be like to progress through various milestones in life with it.
14-02-2015 09:17 PM
@KitKat I haven't!! Better get on that series!!
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17-02-2015 01:19 PM
Ok so i found "sharp objects" and read it in two days.
It was good not great... worth reading if you like her style of stories. So in order of preference
1) Gone girl
2) Dark places
3) Sharp objects
20-02-2015 02:12 PM
@EloiseRose Not sure if I'll give Sharp Objects a go if that's the case, might change my mind though. I finished reading Dark Places the other day and wow the storyline is a lot more intense that Gone Girl O.o
20-02-2015 08:17 PM
@jvkn I love To Kill a Mockingbird. I think I'll read the sequel and see how it goes.
@hartley_ I read Gone Girl and thought it was a good, fun, crazy read. The movie is a pretty faithful adaptation. My only real complaint is that it softens the husband. In the novel, he's way more of a jerk.
On Kindle, I just finished reading Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg who used to work at Google and is now the COO at Facebook. This is a book about women and business and I loved it so much that I bought the paperback so I could loan it to all my girlfriends. It's eye-opening and really inspiring.
I don't know what I'll read next. I'm thinking of picking up a classic.
Sharing a favorite... The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende. I love love love this novel about three generations of a family, mainly about the women. It's very magical.