Read it in: three days (it’s holidays again)
I’ve been wanting to read this book for a while. I know I say this about a lot of books, but this was especially true for this one. 1,153 more words
“It was a sequel to Caroline Evelyn, the novel burned by its author when she was fifteen; Evelina, the apparently illegitimate daughter of vanished Caroline, happily enters society much more dangerous than she realizes…the novel records in letters its young heroine’s encounters with society, both high and low, in London and at fashionable watering places.”* 392 more words
I was forced to read this book. I’ll admit it, so perhaps that has something to do with how I felt about the book. However, there was a certain excitement to read this book, which is so often atop the numerous ‘best books’ or ‘books you have to read’ lists. 947 more words
Where would we be without chocolate? The thought runs shivers up my spine.
In the scheme of culinary history, however, that creamy smooth chocolate that graces our palates with childhood delight and for just a moment melts away the adult stresses of modern living…yeah…THAT chocolate…is a fairly new addiction. 1,434 more words