2020: #5 – The Starless Sea (Erin Morgenstern)

I read The Night Circus several years ago, so I had a little bit of an idea what to expect to this new book from Morgenstern. Basically, it would have beautiful descriptive language, but would meander and probably jump around. And I wasn’t wrong! The Starless Sea is basically the story of Zachary Ezra Rawlins, a college student who happens upon a strange old book in the library

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2020: #4 – Catch and Kill (Ronan Farrow)

This. Is. Intense. Catch and Kill is Ronan Farrow’s account of his reporting of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual crimes. The story started out as an exploration of Hollywood’s “casting couch”, but it wasn’t long before Farrow realized that the story went much further than Rose McGowan, one of the first women to come forward. Except that the deeper he went and the closer he got

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