My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry Book Review

A long time ago, I read a little book called A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman. It was a wonderful novel that has influenced a subsection of the lit subgenre that I’d like to call “curmudgeon novels.” Since it was his debut novel, Backman had to follow up with something that was just asContinue reading “My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry Book Review”

What Am I Reading – Chapter Seven

Hello Everybody! I hope all of you are staying warm and safe, especially if you live in the eastern part of the United States. I have been cozying up with What Was Your Name Downriver by Anthony Lowe (almost there!), Blowback by Brad Thor, and Wild Women of Michigan: A History of Spunk and Tenacity by Norma Lewis. LastContinue reading “What Am I Reading – Chapter Seven”

Book Reviews From the Vault: A Man Called Ove

A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman contains one of the most memorable curmudgeons in modern literature. Check out why Ove works as an anti-hero here! In many books, there are protagonists, who may come off as despicable, crabby, picky, etc., in other words, an anti-hero. Readers love to hate them, yet making these charactersContinue reading “Book Reviews From the Vault: A Man Called Ove”