This intense thriller will leave you wondering what is real and what is merely a hallucination. When all of the water disappears Eddie takes extreme measures to ensure his family’s survival even after his thirst has taken a toll on his mind. This dark journey forces you to ask yourself how far you would go to survive in the bleakest of circumstances. Theft? Murder? Nothing is off the table when you’re dying of thirst and your neighbor has something to drink. This book is a fresh and realistic take in the post-apocalyptic genre. Warner’s dynamic characters and convincing situations set this book apart from others, and make it a haunting and memorable read.
This is a great cookbook for beginners and for those who want a taste of home. The ingredients are simple everyday supermarket items, and the recipes are very straightforward. There are many items that are easy to prepare after you come home from a long day at work, while there are also some more involved dishes that are fun to make with family on the weekends. Tosi mostly includes recipes that she grew up with, and the stories she shares with each recipe are really something special. This book is a long way off from the complex recipes you would expect from her time on Master Chef, but it is nice to see such a fun and easy cookbook from a renowned chef.
The book is truly engaging because you have no idea where the story is headed from one page to the next. It starts off as strange romance between an obsessive, vain young woman, and her big time Wall Street fiancé. You think the book is just going to be another trophy wife tale, but it quickly turns into a poignant and timely social commentary on how girls mature today. Then, just as you’ve settled in, Jessica Knoll hits you with another shocking, gruesome, and unforgettable twist. This haunting story will force you to contemplate serious contemporary issues, and how you deal with the skeletons in your own closet.