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Fates and Furies, A dichotomy of tragedy

A slash of red lipstick in a pale face.

That’s the image that cemented Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff in my mind as a novel of poetic significance. 731 more words


Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff

Fates and Furies: A Novel

by Lauren Groff

This novel received a lot of buzz last year, and understanding that it’s about a marriage, I was keen to read it, being a married person myself. 385 more words


Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff ... under discussion at Literary Roadhouse book club!

This book is being read everywhere, apparently! Or it is in the USA, which is home of Literary Roadhouse. They invited me to be part of their book club podcast, where we spent a good hour getting our teeth into… 42 more words

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Fates and Furies – Lauren Groff

I mentioned a week or so ago that I have decided to try and get involved, unofficially, with the Tournament of Books this year. The title, and indeed the author, that I have heard the most positive murmurs about both her in the UK and when I was in the US was Lauren Groff and… 1,598 more words


Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff ~ Fiction Book Review

I loved this book in the beginning. I found the prose artful and engaging, abstract in that it tended more toward train of thought than adhering to the rules of proper grammar, which I really liked. 202 more words


Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff

My thoughts on marriage are what you call ‘a glass-half empty,’ the scope of marriage like a cone, open and wide at the start but narrowing as time passes, which, subsequently, outlines the majority of novels about marriages. 1,178 more words