With its bite-sized chapters and breezy style, it's an easy book to pick up and put down, then pick back up again. The humor and pop culture references are more of the chuckle-to-yourself variety than the laugh-out-loud kind, but it's plenty funny enough.
Note: this is a review about the book, not the movie. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn is a thriller about a wife gone missing, and a husband who becomes the prime suspect. It is also one of those books that is very difficult to review without tossing out spoilers. So, while I’ll do my best… Continue reading Review: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
I am making a point this year to read more women authors, for a variety of reason. And honestly, since I never considered myself particularly sexist, I wasn’t expecting it to change me beyond reading and enjoying some voices I don’t normally read. Well, I’m halfway through the year, and I think it’s time to… Continue reading The Accidental Feminist: Women’s Fiction is Not a Genre