Short book reviews and their relevance within contemporary society.
My rating: Reading this book felt like a bunch of disconnected train tracks. I had no idea what was going on and who the characters were. The writing was promising and the content so important but Colson Whitehead failed to make a coherent narrative in The Underground Railroad. The main protagonist is Cora, a young slaveContinue reading “Book Review: Colson Whitehead // The Underground Railroad”
Bodily Harm is not a novel to read on vacation — but is any Atwood? Nonetheless, it’s an essential read if you want to understand a glimpse into the brutality a woman and her body face.
My rating: Sometimes I don’t see the point in reviewing classics but a contemporary perspective is always useful. Agnes Grey by Anne Brontë contains very similar themes to her sisters. Nonetheless, her penmanship is enticing and unique. Agnes Grey is the title character and narrator. Her father becomes depressed and she wants to help out financially. She usesContinue reading “Book Review: Anne Brontë // Agnes Grey”
I started by just tabbing quotes I was compelled to, that I didn’t want to get lost.
And now I’m here, using those quotes to work my way through my feelings towards the world through book reviews.
Warning: may be spoilers!