Company Needs Misery

ramblings of a beast

“Where the Woodbine Twines” by Sherry Austin

Ok so I wasn’t feeling so great yesterday and needed to go somewhere else. A book is always my best escape and did I pick a good one. Have you ever thought you recognized someone from your past? Well that’s how this book begins, and we are then transported back to the childhood of the […]

“An Unquiet Mind” By Kay Redfield Jamison

Of all the books I’ve read on bipolar disorder (formerly known as manic depression), the most poignant and truly moving has to be that by Kay Redfield Jamison called An Unquiet Mind. What makes this book unique is that the author herself is a Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and […]

“Await Your Reply” By Dan Chaon

Await Your Reply: A Novel by Dan Chaon is the story of Miles Cheshire who longs to find his troubled twin brother, Hayden, who has been missing for ten years.  It is also the story of Lucy Lattimore, who sneaks off from her small town life with her history teacher. It is also the story of […]

“Everything Matters” by Ron Currie Jr.

Imagine while still in utero, being informed exactly when the world will end. Would your life even have any meaning?  Would you struggle with this or just accept your fate?  That is the dilemma for Junior Thibodeau in the book Everything Matters! by Ron Currie Jr.  Junior goes through his life and the interactions with family and friends make […]

The Sweetness At The Bottom Of The Pie

During my time of scattered mind, I found that reading was a great way to gather at least some of myself together and focus. I found The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie: A Flavia de Luce Mystery by Alan Bradley to be a novel that really kept her attention because it was, for lack of a better […]

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