1. For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway - I couldn't really get into it, I don't know why. I had never read Hemingway before though, I plan on reading another one of his though, maybe it was just this one I didn't like.
2. Under the Overpass by Mike Yankoski - About two guys they try living homeless for a few months in different cities. It's kind of a Christian book, I was unaware of this until I received the book in the mail. While there are some parts I don't agree with, but for the most part it's an interesting read, they don't push their beliefs onto the reader just state their own.
3. The Stranger by Albert Camus - Pretty good book, quick read and fairly easy. The story was pretty good. It wasn't like incredible but still pretty good and I do want to read more Camus.
4. Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison - I was getting into it in the beginning, but it was just too long and drawn out. I just ended up rushing to finish it.