Current read: WILD GAME by @adriennebrodeur 📖 ... True to its title, this book has been WILD so far! I started it last weekend on the plane to LA. I’m a little over halfway through and hoping to finish it sometime this week. ... Tbh I’m disappointed in my reading this month... I’m really hoping I can finish something before September is over! ... How have your reading habits changed since summer ended? #kaylaturnspages
Weekends are for adventure🍂📚my best friend and MOH was back on the east coast last week, so Nick and I ventured to her hometown in the Hudson Valley for some fun fall activities! Apple picking, cider tasting, and a trip to @roughdraftny! It might be my new favorite bookstore. Their coffee is amazing, they have oat milk, and the vibe is totally cool and historic. The building is one of four that have been standing since 1775! Swipe—> to see more photos from this totally cool spot!
'Sitting up with a start, he discovered that the screaming was coming from somewhere in the house and the tearing sound emanated from the upper floors, or so it seemed.' Find out what happens next and read Chamber of the Dead from the Kevrinek series. https://bit.ly/2DOcM0g
Book Review Now Live! The Tattoist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5 If you ever visit Auschwitz, there is a plaque with the inscription of George Santayana’s quote “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” and I couldn’t help but think of this as I finished reading this book. Lale Sokolov arrives at a concentration camp in 1942 and immediately stands out, but this is one place where his smart suit and charming personality wont help him. Lale falls ill, but his fellow prisoners keep him alive and when he is picked to become the “Tatowierer” - the Tattooist, Lale tries to use his position to help others despite being surrounded by the most barbaric and endless suffering. Whilst some parts of the book can be hard to read and some parts even hard to imagine that this could happen to a human, at the heart of this book is a love story that ends up spanning a lifetime. Some parts were hard to read, others uplifting. But overall I felt a great sadness at one man's experience in surviving such an atrocity and the guilt he carries forever. Not wanting to speak of his experiences until his wife passed away really brought tears to my eyes. Not only did he suffer for years at the hands of the Nazi’s, but that continued suffering, pain and memories lasted him a lifetime. 💙 Read the rest of my review by following the link in my bio 👆 💙 #amreading#bookstagram#blogging#reading#bookblog#ireadeverywhere#kindle#book#bookporn#epicreads#goodreads#blogging#bookreview#bookchat#fiction#nonfiction#swscottishbookstagrammers#bibliophile#bookphotography#bookchat