Schindler’s List

Some books are difficult to read. I won’t deny that. There are some stories in history that people would rather forget. Evil is a definite part of our past, and I think it is easier for us to swallow in fantasy, TV, and fiction than it is in stories that ring true. We’d rather have … Continue reading Schindler’s List

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

As I have gotten older, I’ve gotten more picky about the books I read. It’s actually kind of a sad reality for me. Not every book that I pick up is as fantastic and amazing as I want it to be. Sometimes—horribly—I don’t finish the books I pick up. It is my firm belief that … Continue reading Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

The Hiding Place

I believe that history is important. George Santayana, a Spanish-born American author, said, “Those who cannot remember the past condemned to repeat it.” I fully believe that this is true, and yet, at the same time, I struggle to read the history books that were handed to me in school. Dates, times, statistics, and names … Continue reading The Hiding Place