April In Paris With The Hemingway's

The Paris Wife by Paula McLain
Set mostly in Paris during the 1920’s, Ernest Hemingway and his wife Hadley are the golden couple in the famous group – the “Lost Generation” that includes Gertrude Stein, Ezra Pound, and F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. Hemingway’s career starts to blossom during these years, and as interesting as that piece of the story is – Hadley’s tale is what makes this historical fiction book really shine. ♥♥♥♥

The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore by Benjamin Hale
Bruno Littlemore was born in a zoo. He lives there until university primatologist Lydia Littlemore determines he is one remarkable chimp. She eventually takes him home to oversee his education. Ultimately she loses her job, and thus starts a most unforgettable journey. Parts of this book were incredible but most of it was just plain weird.

Townie: A Memoir by Andre Dubus III
Father a famous writer. Parents divorce. Mom gets short end of the stick. Kids grow up deprived. Fights, drugs, and not able to stay in college, the son becomes a writer. This is the soil that grew the author of House of Sand and Fog.

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