Throughout life, all people look for love; whether it be a love for profession, love for a culture, or love for a person. In An Abundance of Katherines by John Green, Colin both finds and loses love. Child prodigy Colin Singleton has only dated girls named Katherine, nineteen of them to be exact, and at the end…Continue
Crank by Ellen Hopkins is one of the most intense books I've ever read. It addresses the darkness that many people face every day due to drug addiction.
The book follows a senior in high school named Kristina, and her fall from grace. She had good grades, she was always very studious, and stayed out of trouble. Kristina comes from separated parents, and she sees her father once every few years, and…Continue
There are few books that I have picked up that have such wide recognition of literary excellence as August: Osage County by Tracy Letts. I have read popular books with praise, such as Harry Potter or Jurassic Park, but never something that was written with the intention of making the readers lay pondering the meaning of what a character said or did. And believe me, I could not stop thinking about the book when I…Continue