My second #graphic travel memoir by Lucy Knisley. In this, she accompanies her grandparents, 91 & 93, on a Caribbean cruise. Battling the difficulties of traveling with the elderly and her grandma‘s worsening forgetfulness, she makes the best of the situation and tries to understand them and her family better. I would recommend.
Book 145/165 4/21/19
Nope, I am not ok!! I really enjoyed this book but holy crap was it grim!!
I'm not a squeamish person, but there was some really brutal stuff in here. Show me monsters, ghosts, ghouls, and I'll laugh at them all. Show me true human horror and I'm gonna need somewhere to hide! Fast paced, terrifying, unflinchingly brutal, a must for horror fans!
#brutalAF #horror #graphic
There was trouble building the Brooklyn Bridge. This #graphic about the building of the bridge is on my tbr.
Have you ever walked the Brooklyn Bridge? I have twice, both times from Brooklyn. My then 10-year-old caught the beautiful 🌇 🌅
This is a #graphic story of the author‘s parents marriage. From 1928 to 1971, Ethel & Ernest live through WWII bomb shelters, televisions, telephones, cars, women‘s lib, and the ups and downs of political disagreements. This is a touching tribute to their life together.
Book 52/90 2/5/19