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The Natural Way of Things by Charlotte Wood: A Review

If you have read (or watched) The Handmaid’s Tale or Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood and loved both, can I suggest a book I think you will like? 530 more words

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The Natural Way of Things - Charlotte Wood REVIEW

MY RATING – ★★★★★

Two women awaken from a drugged sleep to find themselves imprisoned in an abandoned property in the middle of a desert in a story of two friends, sisterly love and courage – a gripping, starkly imaginative exploration of contemporary misogyny and corporate control, and of what it means to hunt and be hunted. 966 more words

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VIDEO: What You Need To Know About The Wilmington Mass Memories Roadshow On September 30

WILMINGTON, MA — In the latest episode of WCTV’s “Where’s Wilmington,” host Lisa Kapala interviews Charlotte Wood, Assistant Director at the Wilmington Memorial Library, and Carolyn Goldstein, Public History and Community Archives Program Manager at UMass Boston.   96 more words

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'The Natural Way of Things' by Charlotte Wood ****

Australian author Charlotte Wood’s The Natural Way of Things was mine and Katie’s March book club choice.  We were both eager to read it, and whilst I have seen some largely positive, but ultimately rather mixed reviews floating around, I am delighted to say that I was immediately pulled in, and could barely put the novel down. 504 more words

The Natural Way of Things

This book was already on my radar before it won the Stella Prize. It really got on my radar when I saw the author speak… 424 more words

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I’m not a big fan of self-help books. My in-laws used to sell Amway and had a shelf groaning under the weight of books touting every conceivable method self-improvement, from how to make people like you to the swiftest ways to make millions. 1,255 more words