Thoughts on “The Weird Sisters” by Eleanor Brown (Audiobook)

I’d read some good reviews of The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown, so when I needed an audiobook and saw my library had this one on the shelf, I decided to give it a go for my daily commute. About the Book: Tiny Barnwell, Ohio, hometown to the three Andreas sisters, is the last place […]

Thoughts on “Brooklyn” by Colm Tóibín (Audiobook)

I first heard of Colm Tóibín in a college English class, where we read The Aspern Papers by Henry James followed by two contemporary novels that featured James as a character. Tóibín’s beautiful The Master was one of them. I loved its limpid prose and knew someday I would read more by Colm Tóibín. About […]