You know just how satisfying eating a bowl of your favorite meal is? Small by Small is exactly like that, leaving you quite content.
The end is heartbreaking. If politics is involved, someone has to pay the price, and Oppenheimer has to pay the price here.
Here, a young man throws everything about himself up to the world, and I mean everything; the good, the bad, the ugly, and the very ugly
I’m not sure this review can do justice to how I feel about this book but I really want more people to add it to their tbr list and read it.
The grim realities of the Afghan War are perfectly captured in the individual stories of the characters who are forced to start their lives over in different ways.
When death starts to hover around, how do we fully explain life’s transient nature? And how would it alter our priorities, goals, and ambitions?