April’s readings are here.
Ali Wajahat writes with a lot of humor about his personal experiences, despite all the struggle he and his family went through. His heartwarming storytelling makes you think of what truly means to be American in the twenty-first century.
It really brings such comfort to read Matt Haig. The book is a collection of personal notes and stories that really serve as a reminder that things will eventually get better, no matter how bad they seem at the moment.
Dutescu, a Romanian contemporary author writes about communism differently than other books out there, in the sense that he writes clearly and truthfully about morality of the middle-class people who lived under communism but had bourgeois aspirations.