In Indianapolis, Hazel Grace is confined to the limited settings of her bedroom, Augustus’s house, the support group and her cancer treatments. The setting is claustraphobic and somewhat suffocating as we do not spend much time outside of the indoors and do not see the side of Indianapolis that tourists often see. 228 more words
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Caution! The following post contains spoilers for Bethany Hagan’s Landry Park.
David Dana is the male protagonist of Landry Park. David is the handsome, witty, eligible bachelor with massive sums of money but no estate to his name due to his family losing their estate. 338 more words
In Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë often wrote of the moors that Heathcliff and Catherine frequented as children. Brontë grew up in Haworth, an area approximately 60 miles from Liverpool, that was surrounded by the spacious moors that she described so beautifully. 253 more words
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“There is a dysopian Downton Abbey feel since they have brought back all the pomp and circumstance that the time of the 18th, 19th, 20th centuries had with balls, debutantes, money, a place of higher society, manners, dancing, which is always fun and I LOVE the idea of bringing most of all that back.” 508 more words