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I Will Never Read A Bad Book Again

The First Deadly Sin – Lawrence Sanders

Being recommended a book is always a risky proposition. Add being given a book to read and you’re in even worse shape. 1,109 more words

Book Review

The Necessity of Evil and A Clockwork Orange

        In the history of philosophy of religion, one of the most unyielding points of arguments inimical to God’s existence is the existence of evil. Across sacred texts and cultures of theistic beliefs, the essential quality of the being called ‘God’ is almost indistinguishable. 2,151 more words

A Clockwork Orange - Anthony Burgess

I think this is going to be my most negative post so far…

A Clockwork Orange has a lot of hype surrounding it; The Guardian describes it as an ‘essential novel for any teenager’, The New York Times say it is ‘A brilliant novel’, and The Telegraph credit is as a ‘Modern masterpiece.’ I, sadly, do not agree as such. 359 more words

Read and Review: A Clockwork Orange

  • Title: A Clockwork Orange
  • Author: Anthony Burgess
  • Published: 1962

A Clockwork Orange is a dystopian novel set in a future English society where extreme youth violence is common. 331 more words


BOOK CLUB: A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess

Happy August, friends! For this month’s book club we decided to read A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess. A nice, light summer read, wouldn’t you say?! 1,806 more words


A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess (Book Blurbs)

This book is both brilliant and disturbing. It all too well examines the evil of the human heart and explores the nature of free will in some interesting ways. 100 more words

Kyle Rapinchuk

Books I’ve Been Delaying Reading

There are some books that I’ve been meaning to read for a long time, but that I haven’t even bought yet for various reasons. Every time I see someone mention them I remember that I have them on my wishlist. 512 more words