Shawnee Public Library
- Published on Friday, 07 November 2014 05:30
The Three by Sarah Lotz
Four airline planes crash on the same day on different continents of the world with only 3 survivors all of which are children. No one can understand how these three actually survived. Told as if the events actually happened and with the information gathered by the supposed author, THE THREE hooked me from page one. I followed the plot, anxious to uncover the mysterious ending only be exasperated by the last 15-20 pages. It was so good up to that point; however, the ending was just stupid. What a disappointment.
Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake by Anna Quindlen
Quindlen’s memoir looks at life on the other side of being the wife of a young attorney, mother of three, and cub reporter for the New York Times. She is now able to see the world with the maturity and humor of a woman who has “been there and done that.” This is an insightful read for any woman, but especially those faced with the question of “What am I going to do with the rest of my life?”