I recommend What Happened by Hillary Rodham Clinton for an in depth-look into the mind and activities of Hillary. Whether you voted for her or not, whether you love her or hate her, this is a down to earth, almost conversational read.
I finished Dan Brown’s Origin today and I have to say that I really loved it. It’s a fast paced book, but even if you don’t have time to read it in one sitting, it still makes sense when you come back to it.
I’m now reading The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump, a compilation of 27 psychiatrists and mental health workers. From what I gather from the beginning, is that mental health workers are prohibited from giving a diagnosis about a public figure without an in-depth in-person analysis — unless there is a clear and present danger to the country — and the prologue insists that their review of the president from all angles suggests that … well, I won’t give anything away — that’s half the fun of reading, is finding out for yourself.
I recently read The Right Time by Danielle Steel. It’s a wonderful story about a girl who loses her whole family and was only 8 at the time. A group of women take her in and she finishes school while she hones her craft of writing. She’s a very precocious writer and only gets better as time goes on. A lot of twists and turns in this wonderful story!