Los Angeles 1992, riots have broken out across the city after Rodney King is nearly beaten to death and the officers responsible are let go. Ashley comes from a wealthy black family and just wants to keep going on like nothing has changed but as senior year comes to an end change happens anyway.
July is here and with a new month comes new reads. Well, a couple are new on the list and some I'm still working on. Take a scroll to check out what's coming up this month!
It's the end of June. WHAT!? That was so fast. Well, here's your chance to catch up on any reviews you might've missed, little duckies.
Christopher Moore brings two Shakespearean plays together for a raucous good time and some revenge. Did I mention the mermaid? Yes, there's a horny mermaid.
The final booklist: Non-Fiction. Sometimes you like the true stories. I don't, but some do and that's great. From small town stories to worldly. From self-identity to true crime. There's a little something for all. Have a good summer!
t's speedy Quote Sunday and I've got a couple lines from books I've enjoyed and why I like them so much. There might be a little wisdom, too, but that's for you to judge.
The story of a house bigger on the inside than the outside, being consumed by something dark haunts a man. He begins to face a darkness of his own ad he becomes obsessed.