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The Lost Book of the Grail

May 31, 2017

Combining my love of secret codes, the Holy Grail, and libraries. This one will absorb you to the last page.


Lincoln in the Bardo

May 17, 2017

I'll be honest: this one isn't for everyone. It's ambitious and confusing but if it hits, it hits hard. It's a father and son tale…


The North Water

May 10, 2017

Stories about people on boats are always dope and this is no different. (Fun fact: I read this on while also on a boat. V…


Live by Night

March 21, 2017

An old school early 20th century organized crime epic. Better than the Ben Affleck movie and impossible to put down.


Razor Girl

March 7, 2017

Carl Hiassen is a season pass for me. All his stories and characters are rich and vivid and you won't regret the time invested in…



February 15, 2017

Maybe the saddest thing you will read. Exquisitely written, but seriously, so sad.


Before The Fall

January 4, 2017

A cinematic vibe while your pulse stays right on the cusp. And in the midst is fantastic character development - both past and present.


The Woman in Cabin 10

December 21, 2016

There are probably many reasons to probably avoid cruise ships, and this tense book highlights 6 of them.


The Mothers

November 9, 2016

This is not for everyone but it was a gift to me. It's lyrical yet depressing. Beautiful bummer.


Dark Matter

October 12, 2016

This book has imaginative sci-fi, a romance, and just plain old weirdness. Blake Crouch is always a must-read.