Martha Gentry, Fine Arts and Athletics Administrative Assistant
Favorite adult book recommendation — The Next Alwaysby Nora Roberts
As the first book in the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy, it sets the stage for romance and mystery. If you like stories about small town life with a bit of mystery thrown in (including a ghost), you’ll enjoy this book. It takes place (more…)
Favorite adult book recommendation — Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
This is a fun and engaging novel that largely takes place in a virtual reality simulation called the OASIS. The book is rampant with 80’s pop culture references, instilling a sense of nostalgia in the reader.
Favorite adult book recommendation — Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life by Karen Armstrong
This multifaith book provides guidance on how to lead a compassionate life. A quick read, this former nun offers deep insight into how we may all better understand the people around us. I try to reread this book at least once a year.
Favorite adult book recommendation — Islands in the Stream by Ernest Hemingway
I am a huge Hemingway fan and this book was the first published posthumously. It follows a painter who, after living an adventurous life, finds peace on an island in the Bahamas. The books is divided into three parts. (more…)
David Rezelman – Teacher, Upper School U.S. History and International Relations
Favorite adult book recommendation — Catch-22 by Joseph Heller
This novel manages to simultaneously be the funniest book I’ve ever read and the third most depressing book I’ve ever read. That’s quite the combination. It should be required reading for anyone thinking about bureaucracy, absurdity, and war in the industrial age.