A beautiful and touching novel set on the french coast; Doerr magically connects a blind Parisian girl and a Hitler Youth boy. It evokes emotion and makes one think throughout the entirety of it's pages.
In this novel by Amor Towles, a Russian diplomat, in 1922, must adjust to his new life confined inside his favorite hotel. He meets many guests and must formulate who he is. It is funny, well written and beautiful.
A scintillating, well written murder novel that will keep you on the edge of your toes as a small town in Southern England experinces a supposed suicide, but when a private investigator comes, secrets buried deep in the past come out to shine light onto the uglier side of this friednly village.
A thrilling novel that tracks through the jungles of Vietnam during the chaos of the war. Greene writes about two reporters who increasingly find it hard to just watch the war from the sidelines. A gripping novel that will keep you on the edge of your seat the entire time.
In the midst of a chaotic Cold War, a spy must rectify himself or face retirement in a gripping and truly spectacular novel. One of Le Carre's first novels and a definite must read. It holds your attention to the end and you won't be able to put it down once you've started.
A psychoanalysis of the Holocaust. A haunting recount of the authors time in the concentrations camps and how he came to deal with it psychologically. A must read for anyone who is interested in either subject.