What We’re Reading this Week

The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Leguin Le Guin's epic speculative sci-fi novel features a young man who visits an icy alien world to invite the interplanetary community. However, these aliens are unlike any humanoids—they have no sex and will randomly assume one once a month for reproduction, so an individual who has … Continue reading What We’re Reading this Week

What We’re Reading Wednesday

Trickster Makes This World By Lewis Hyde: Trickster is the best. Trickster walks between worlds, between extremes. Trickster is the sacred and profane. Trickster is the only God that matters and Lewis Hyde knows Trickster will—in every culture, from ancient mythologies to modern ones. This book is a must for any who love a good … Continue reading What We’re Reading Wednesday

What We’re Reading Wednesday

Fascism A Warning By Madeleine Albright: Fascism A Warning, notes about people through out history who fear mongered and used emotion to take down government from different parts of the world. Albright, concisely explains to the reader how fascism has been practiced in the past in order to not have events reoccur. With examples like … Continue reading What We’re Reading Wednesday

What we’re reading Wednesday

Christine by Stephen King Stephen King's classic supernatural thriller is an absolute must read. Arnie Cunnigham falls in love with Christine, the 1958 Plymouth Fury, instantly. Soon, the car has consumed every fiber of Arnie's life with anger, violence, and crime. Arnie would do anything for the hateful Christine, and she would do ANYTHING for … Continue reading What we’re reading Wednesday

What We’re Reading Wednesdays

The Wicked King by Holly Black Holly Black spins the most enchanting web in her sequel to Cruel Prince. The book quickly enters a fast pace with a story line that is jam packed with deception, mental maneuvering to the highest degree, and warring desires. Black continues to masterfully build this world of faeries, lies, … Continue reading What We’re Reading Wednesdays

What We’re Reading Wednesday

The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down by Anne Fadiman Lia Lee is the daughter of Hmong refugees living in Merced, California during the 1980s. When she begins having epileptic seizures, her parents take her to the local hospital to ensure her well-being. Unbeknownst to the family, this incident would launch the Lees, their … Continue reading What We’re Reading Wednesday