June 2022 Reads

I finished some books I had been reading for a while, as well as reading some children’s books for my next trimester at uni. Some were good, others were not – are we surprised? Christy by Catherine Marshall: I loved this! At the beginning I was worried I wouldn’t be able to get into the … Continue reading June 2022 Reads

March 2022 Reads

This month involved books for university, but the opportunity for more leisurely reading as well, which is always a nice change. The Island of Doctor Moreau by H.G. Wells: A disturbing science-fiction for university about a man who ends up on an island full of creatures that are neither fully human nor animal. Not something … Continue reading March 2022 Reads

January 2022 Reads

The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins: I thoroughly enjoyed the previous work I read of Wilkie Collins, The Woman in White. The stories are very different, but have a similar pattern; numerous narrators telling the story as it moves forward, allowing the reader to see different sides of the same characters, and different aspects of society. … Continue reading January 2022 Reads