4.30.2017

DARK MATTER by Blake Crouch


DARK MATTER

Blake Crouch




Dark Matter didn't leave me much room to breathe. From the moment I began, I was absorbed by its lightning pace, its sense of adventure. Bending the mind, changing the way you perceive your own life and its events, Dark Matter successfully tells a love story, takes its readers on a thrilling ride, and changes outlooks. Blake Crouch has a wicked mind. My only issue is that some of the finer details—great senses of character, for example—were sacrificed in favor of plot. Still a great read for people looking for books that have you tearing through their pages.



4.13.2017

HUMAN ACTS by Han Kang


HUMAN ACTS
han kang

Han Kang's HUMAN ACTS is brilliant and beautiful. It read quickly, pages turning as if the font were twice its size, but not easily—there is much to parse here. Kang's style breaks from tradition, but is vivid and evocative. The story, vicious and unrelenting, broke my heart. I can't wait to read THE VEGETARIAN and Kang's future offerings.


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