Books I Loved In 2008

Out of all the books I’ve read this year, there were two that affected me deeply. One of them is Mister Pip by Lloyd Jones, which I reviewed here.

The other, is a book that I am reading now, True Notebooks by Mark Salzman. I will be posting the review tomorrow to kick-off the new year but it’s a book that I had pre-conceived notions about, and realized very early on that I was incorrect in my thinking. It has changed my opinions on juvenile correctional facilities and has touched me in a way that is completely unexpected. I look forward to sharing it with you.

That said, have a wonderful and safe New Year’s Eve. I look forward to another great year of reading!

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6 thoughts on “Books I Loved In 2008”

  1. I look forward to your review of True Notebooks. I’m trying to read The Freedom Writers Diary now and it is not inspiring to me.

  2. Can’t wait for your review of <>True Notebooks<>!Shana< HREF="http://blog.literarily.com" REL="nofollow">Literarily<>

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