The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger
(Little, Brown & Company, 1945, 214 pages)
I’m still not sure what the main point of the book was about! It was so different and it seemed like it was a running commentary by the main character. I need to read some reviews. Maybe after I do that I will appreciate it more! I’m am glad I read it, though. I always wondered what it was like.
The Broken Road by Richard Paul Evans
(Simon & Schuster, 2017, 296 pages)
Money/fame don’t buy happiness.
The Lost Letter by Jillian Cantor
(Riverhead Books, 2017, 322 pages)
Stamps, mysterious letter connects generations.
Speaking of Love by Fred and Anna Kendall; with Mary Hollingsworth
(Thomas Nelson, Inc., 1995, 238 pages)
Understanding behavioral languages in relationships.
The Good Skin Solution: Natural Healing for Eczema, Psoriasis, Rosacea and Acne
by Shann Nix Jones
(Hay House, Inc., 2017, 264 pages)
Natural solution for problem skin.
The Power of Significance: How Purpose Changes Your Life by John C. Maxwell
(Center Street, 2017, 144 pages)
Living intentionally everyday with purpose.
MLK: A Celebration in Word and Image by Martin Luther King, Jr.
(Beacon Press, 2011, 64 pages)
Intimate look at MLK’s life.