Idiots: Marriage, Motherhood, Milk & Mistakes by Laura Clery

Idiots: Marriage, Motherhood, Milk & Mistakes

Idiots: Marriage, Motherhood, Milk & Mistakes by Laura Clery
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I picked this up because I enjoyed the first book. I wasn’t so thrilled with this one. A lot that was left out of the first book should have continued to be left out of the second book. It felt like the author was getting paid by the word and threw random stories in to make her page count.

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Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng

Everything I Never Told You

Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I enjoyed this story, but I think that there were way too many topics that intersect in it. Racial, generational, LGBT, and feminist issues all pop up, but, then again, they do in everyday life. Each person isn’t just one thing, and this family certainly isn’t, either.

I would recommend the book. It is definitely worth reading.

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Oh. What. Fun. by Chandler Baker

Oh. What. Fun.

Oh. What. Fun. by Chandler Baker
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mom’s just being Mom, right? I understand this book better than I should have. No one sees what Mom actually does, until she’s not there.

I enjoyed this book, but it was a little far-fetched.

It was a fun Christmas-themed book, even though I read it when it wasn’t Christmas season.

I recommend it as a fun, non-thought-provoking book.

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I Choose Darkness by Jenny Lawson

I Choose Darkness

I Choose Darkness by Jenny Lawson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I love Jenny Lawson’s writing! She writes like me – mostly off on a tangent, but gets to the point, eventually.

I was expecting a Christmas essay with this latest installment, but nope! In typical Jenny Lawson style, I should have known to expect the unexpected.

I highly recommend this book, short as it is. It is a lot of fun.

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