Category: Book Notes

These are notes written for the Aptos Men’s Book Club and others about books I have read.

by Jason Lutes

I hadn’t expected a graphic novel for such an important historical topic . . .

by Mary Gordon

The New York Times book review team once again sold me on a book by one its favorite authors.

The End of Everything: (Astrophysically Speaking)
by Katie Mack

Katie Mack uses accessible language used to describe these very few knowable and very many unknowable things. I still didn’t understand it.

The Tattooist of Auschwitz
by Heather Morris

A true horror story strangely told in a lighthearted way.

A Hundred Suns
by Karin Tanabe

Protagonist Jessie and antagonist Marcelle are dysfunctional women from France resident in Hanoi.