Book Review: Unlimited Themes in Koush Hollow by Leigh Goff

The message in this book was about loving yourself for who you are and not getting carried away with appearances. I think I got too carried away with the gorgeous book cover to fully grasp it. As I write this review for Koush Hollow, I’m still uncertain what rating I should give it. After her father’s untimely death, Jenna Ashby moves to Koush Hollow, a bayou town outside of New Orleans, dreading life with her wealthy mother. As the sixteen-year-old eco-warrior is introduced to the Diamonds & Pearls, her mother’s exclusive social club, she comes to the troubling realization that secrets are a way of life in Koush Hollow: How do the Diamonds & Pearls look so young, where does their mone

Book Review: The Inner Self by Hugh Mackay

Another amazing non-fiction book by an Australian author that has left me gobsmacked. I’ll certainly be looking into more non-fiction books as I get older. Personally, if you’re up to that thinking standard intellectually or emotionally, non-fiction can be an escape or refreshing. Mackay has definitely left me questioning my past and future after I delve into this one! The Inner Self is a book about the ways we hide from the truth about ourselves and the psychological freedom we enjoy when we finally face that most searching question of all: 'Who am I, really?' Hugh Mackay explores our 'top 20' hiding places - from addiction to materialism, nostalgia to victimhood. He explains how it is our


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