Tag: fiction (page 1 of 2)

One Man’s Rebuttal to Eat, Pray, Love

When I first saw this book at the library, I thought it was Eat, Pray, Love. Then I noticed what the title really said and I busted out laughing.

Drink, Play, F@#k: One Man's Search for Anything Across Ireland, Las Vegas, and Thailand
Drink, Play, [email protected]#k: One Man’s Search for Anything Across Ireland, [continue reading]

Numb

I liked the cover of this book, so I read it.

Numb: A Novel
Numb: A Novel is by Sean Ferrell. Numb is about a man with amnesia that has a condition by which he feels no physical pain. He could have a … [continue reading]

Beat the Reaper

I rarely read fiction, so take this review with a grain of salt.

Beat the Reaper: A Novel
Beat the Reaper: A Novel is by Josh Bazell. About two weeks ago I decided I needed a break from all the non-fiction books I’ve been reading. … [continue reading]

Hooked: A Thriller About Love and Other Addictions

About the time I finished reading The Shallows, a book about the addicting effects of the Internet, I stumbled onto a recommendation for this fiction book.

Hooked: A Thriller About Love and Other Addictions
Hooked: A Thriller About Love and Other Addictions by Matt Richtel was a … [continue reading]

Con Ed

I rarely read fiction. It’s not that I don’t appreciate the genre, but I always seem to prioritize non-fiction. This past weekend I took a quick break into the world of fiction.

Con Ed
Con Ed by Matthew Klein is about a … [continue reading]

Seize The Day

Over seven years ago, I received an article submission for INeedCoffee by Myron Joshua. He wrote a profile on author and coffee fan Saul Bellow. I decided that one of these days I was going to get around … [continue reading]