Rebecca moved here from New Orleans and is happy to be a part of the Island where she spent many summers with her family. Rebecca loves cooking and experimenting with new recipes. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, listening to Billy Holiday,
going to the beach, and hanging out with her pal, Bonsai.
The book that started it all. The reason I enjoy reading to this day. It’s a story of friendship, loss, and hope. Written on a deeply relatable level that only Sarah Dessen can convey.
A spooky, haunting tale that doesn’t even involve the paranormal. Rebecca is a dark story with an even darker twist. A must read!
I have a confession. I’ve never read Plath’s most famous work, The Bell Jar, from start to finish. But I have read this collection of her journal entries. If you really want to know which demons were swimming around in Sylvia Plath’s mind, this is where you’ll find them.
Nick and Amy’s marriage seems perfect from afar, but no one really knows what goes on behind closed doors. I crammed this book in after seeing the trailer for the film based on the book. I’m so glad I read it first. Watching the movie, the audience is swayed to be on Nick’s side. Read the book and you won’t be sure whose side you’re on.