“Maybe when people longed for a thing that bad the longing made them trust in anything that might give it to them.” – The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Carson McCullers
February! Not only this is a month dedicated for love, it’s also honors Black History Month. I must also say that I’ve been impressed with the array of diverse reads coming out this year, and I’d like to share my book picks for February.
Tastiness: Tropic of Cancer is a brutally-honest, self-indulgent, and highly original book. A candid look inside this brilliant author’s mind and life as a writer roaming Paris. Henry Miller‘s prose could take you from the reality of being a penniless artist to the depths of his own lustrous desires. This is classic literature at […]
This book is a reflection of Kathy H., the main character. She reflects on her life back in Hailsham, a school for “special children”, with Tommy and Ruth. If a person’s fate is pre-ordained, there’s no future…there’s only looking back.
Wyatt Earp . . . a legendary figure of the old West, whose exploits have captivated theater-goers for over half a century, and yet the truth of who the man behind the legend was is still shrouded in the mythology that has come to define and shape our understanding of the American West.
From the trailer to the film, The Killing Fields doesn’t disappoint. It is beautifully told, and it doesn’t fit the mold of your typical based-on-true-story films.