The Alchemist Paulo Coelho. The Girl in the Ice Robert Bryndza.
A Little Life Hanya Yanagihara. Animal Farm George Orwell. Rich People Problems Kevin Kwan.
Muse of Nightmares Laini Taylor. The Husband's Secret Liane Moriarty. Less Andrew Sean Greer.
It was very entertaining, and I found the main protagonist very lovely and charming and sometime even relatable even if she dose have flaws which were common for some people in that area sometimes even today. Daisy Waugh used to write a weekly newspaper column from Los Angeles about her attempts to become a Hollywood scriptwriter. I picked this up at random from my local Library based on the title of the book. I really enjoyed the insight into I have started and put down this book so many times I have lost count. And what is that device you may ask? The United States Of America. Not really my sort of thing.
Killing Commendatore Haruki Murakami. Brave New World Aldous Huxley. Sea Prayer Khaled Hosseini. Sharp Objects Gillian Flynn. The Collector John Fowles. Big Little Lies Liane Moriarty.
Exit West Mohsin Hamid. Fierce Fairytales Nikita Gill. America booms, prohibition rules and Rodolfo has taken his place on the silver screen as Rudolph Valentino. Will the world's most desired film star and his lost love have their Hollywood happy ending, or will the tragic echoes from their time with the de Saulles thwart them one last time? Biography Daisy Waugh is a journalist and travel writer.
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