This gives me the perfect excuse to go book shopping. This felt timely and was a great sequel to The Handmaid's Tale. It was filled with emotional payoffs for all the characters it introduced. Circe gives
Ursula K. Le Guin’s Playful and Profound Letter-Poem to Children About the Power of Books and Why We Read
When asked in the Proust Questionnaire about his idea of perfect happiness, David Bowie answered simply: “Reading.” But the question of why we read unlatches as many responses as there are flavors of happiness.
Richard Powers’ novel has its heart in a fine place, but it works by browbeating the reader with lectures and daft melodrama Let’s start with the good news. The Overstory contains many clever ideas. Structurally,
For your reading (or not?) pleasure. "I read it while waiting for jury duty selection, and in a brightly lit room full of people I was still so scared I had to put the book away. It scared me so bad that
A gripping read, atmospheric and didn’t disappoint! To me it resonates, to some degree, with what is happening in some parts of the World. Populism, treatment of women and the negative view by some of