Warning: This post contains spoilers.
I’m going to be honest: The only reason I picked up Thomas Wolfe’s Look Homeward, Angel was because I liked the title. 398 more words
As I moved through the pages of A Song of Ice and Fire I realised why I like this particular kind of content so much. When I read about the glorious times of kings and queens and get to know more about the resplendent medieval period, my sense of wondering transports me to an era that I long to witness in person. 369 more words
According to his online bibliography, this human word processing machine published 14 books in the years 1980 to 1989. That’s a lot of words, and he’s never, ever slowed down, save for a couple of years when he had an unfortunate encounter with a wayward mini-van. 353 more words
Author: Margaret Atwood
Time: ~ late 40’s to Present
A very different book than The Handmaid’s Tale but still with some disturbing undertones. The book jacket says it is by turns disquieting, hilarious, compassionate, haunting and mordant, and I would agree. 298 more words