Monthly Archives: May 2019

White, Bret Easton Ellis, author and narrator

Mr. Ellis is a writer of screenplays. He hobnobs with the rich and famous. He is openly gay and can be caustic and brutally honest, as well. He does not care what people think of him, but rather voices the … Continue reading

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When the Men Were Gone, by Marjorie Herrera Lewis

This short, tender novel is based on an interesting moment in history. It takes place during World War II when a woman’s place was considered to be in the home and nowhere else, regardless of the circumstances. It is an … Continue reading

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Searching For Sylvie Lee, Jean Kwok

This novel proceeds in the voices of the three major female characters, Sylvie, her sister Amy, and Ma, the mother of both. The story unfolds as their memories are very slowly related to the reader. There are buried family secrets … Continue reading

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