Review: “Foe” by Iain Reid

Genre-defying, mind bending, and unsettling, “Foe” by Iain Reed is a philosophical puzzle that tackles important themes, such as identity, control, and relationships. How well can you really know someone? How well do you even know yourself? About the Book You think you know everything about your life. Long-married couple Junior and Henrietta live a…

Review: “Glaciers” by Alexis M. Smith

I used to keep a shoe box under my bed, filled with mementos from special people and occasions. A note. A trinket. A strip of photos from an 80’s photo-booth. A movie ticket stub. When my mother was stricken with terminal cancer a few years later, I collected letters and tributes from her friends and…

Review: “Normal People” by Sally Rooney

Enjoy “Normal People” for what it is. Amazing writing. A story of friendship and young love. About the Book Marianne and Connell live in the same town. They attend the same secondary school. But that’s where their commonalities end. Connell is popular. Everyone at school likes him. He comes from a poor family, whereas Marianne…