I don't think kids or teens need to read this book - they already deal with the fear of their school becoming Opportunity High every single day. The people who need to read this book are the law makers, superintendents, and civil servants who have committed their lives to serve and protect our society - the ones who have failed the current generation quickly coming into adulthood and the next that are still in school every day.
Book Review: 3
The way Flannery writes has always drawn me in. I'm enraptured by her prose out of morbid fascination, like a car crash on the highway I cannot turn away from.
Book Review: The Cat Who Saved Books
This quick read is a love letter to real readers -- the ones that are willing to battle through classical slogs that can take months to complete and are often hard to understand the first, second, or even third time you open them.
Book Review: Outlander
I'm extremely proud of myself for making it through an 850-page novel in only two months but reading it was like trying haggis. I'm glad I did it, but I'm mot going to do it again.
Book Review: You Are Having a Good Time: Stories
What the hell did I just read?