Bookshelf As Of Late

Oct 21, 2016

Mexican Today/ Pati's Mexican Table: Stumbling across Pati's show on PBS and was HOOKED. We've tried countless recipes thus far and all are fantastic and accessible (i.e. no need to hunt for obscure ingredients as she gives alternatives)

Me Before You: Hopless romantic that I am, this book was fantastic. I laughed. I cried. Has anyone seen the movie?

Live Fast Die Hot: the latest installment by Jenny Mollen. Raunchy and hilarious per usual.

Three Wishes: another winner by Liane Moriarty. Exploring the dynamic between multiples is fascinating to me.

In book-to-film news, I recently saw  Girl on the Train and enjoyed it almost as much as the book. Emily Blunt played Rachel so well, though the film was a bit -- dark compared to the book. Have you seen it? Thoughts?


  1. I've been waiting to read Girl on the Train before I see the movie so I don't ruin it. I also have You Before Me on my to read list.

  2. Me Before You made me for real cry. I can't remember the last time a book had me shed actual tears.
    Finished from my bookshelf this month that I HIGHLY recommend: The Underground Railroad (Colson Whitehead), The Light Between Oceans (M. L. Stedman), The Nightingale (Kristin Hannah), All the Light We Cannot See (Anthony Doerr). Apologies if you read any of these, but if you haven't, you absolutely MUST!


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