I am currently reading “Motherless Brooklyn” by Jonathan Lethem.
The Accidental Billionaires: I’ve seen The Social Network at least ten times. This book is the basis for the screenplay but I didn’t feel like I was reading a script. Ben Mezrich has mastered the niche of balancing great dialogue, storytelling and reporting that puts together the cartilage for this story about the creation of Facebook. A thorough book that is also so sad with greed and misfortune.
Book of Questions: Pablo Neruda’s ripe and thought-provoking book is not just about asking questions but engaging in time. Time thinking about what life has to offer. A short read for any person fully engaged in curiosity.
Mort Morte: David Henry Sterry in the short of it births a book that is truly about a boy who loves his mother (Credit to the back cover of the book). Funny, realistic yet imaginative with a wild narrator named Mordechai Murgatroyd Morte, whose name is not the craziest of the book, try Jezebelle LaLouche. Mort Morte is book truly in a class of its own.