What We’re Reading




Mansonby Jeff Guin
“This is a straight forward approach to Charles Manson’s life. Many books about Manson focus on his power, and depict him as some sort of boogey-man. Jeff Guin interview’s Charles’s sister and goes into detail about his relatively normal upbringing. There are definitely indicator of who Charles would become in stories about his childhood. For example, he once got three little girls to beat up a boy for him, when the teacher asked why he did it he only responded by saying he didn’t, the girls did. This book has taught me a lot I didn’t know and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in debunking the mythos of Mason.”


The Beautiful and the Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald
“I’ve wanted to read The Beautiful and the Damned for a long time. It’s said to be a parallel of Francis and Zelda’s…

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