Tim Tan Huynh

Books category

Green Eggs and Ham

12 Mar 2018 — I remember this book the most because it's the first book that I remember. Read

Animal Farm

28 Dec 2017 — This allegory is both ridiculous and relevant, like any good allegory. Its story is bittersweetly ironic, considering the dual meaning of "revolution." Read

Watchmen

26 Dec 2017 — This comic-book series is at the pinnacle of its medium. Read

Zealot

7 Jan 2016 — Reza Aslan's book separates Jesus the man from Jesus the myth and examines how the latter has developed. Because of the ancient topic, the author has to be detective, historian, and bard at once. Read

Friday Night Lights

14 Aug 2015 — For a decade, I've been daydreaming about high-school football practices in the early-morning August heat of a dusty, west Texas town. I have this book, and its movie adaptation, to thank. Read

Go Set a Watchman

28 Jul 2015 — Two weeks have passed since the highly anticipated release of the follow-up to Harper Lee's masterpiece. This sequel is disappointing, but I can appreciate it as a reflection of the real world. Read

To Kill a Mockingbird and its sequel

6 Feb 2015 — The literary world got a proverbial shot in the arm with news of a second Harper Lee book. The book is a big deal because of Ms Lee's long, self-imposed retirement and because it's a sequel to her classic debut. Read

The Catcher in the Rye diamond jubilee

2 Sep 2014 — JD Salinger's masterpiece turned 60 this year. It was first published on July 16, 1951, but I waited until this time of year to celebrate everybody's favorite scholastic underachiever, Holden Caulfield. (Spoilers) Read