Fahrenheit 451 (Review)

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury My rating: 4 of 5 stars When mentioning timeless dystopian novels, Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 is most likely to be mentioned. The reasons are more than one can shake a stick at, but one of the many reasons is the profound effect Bradbury's images have on booklovers abound. It was a… Continue reading Fahrenheit 451 (Review)

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Middlemarch (Review)

Middlemarch by George Eliot My rating: 3 of 5 stars Set in the fictitious town of Middlemarch, George Eliot's novel addresses many issues of the time, such as women's status, the nature of marriage and political and scientific reform. The story is comprised of several distinct stories that all intertwine or intersect at one point… Continue reading Middlemarch (Review)


The Handmaid’s Tale (Review)

The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood My rating: 4 of 5 stars Dystopian novel published in 1985 where a totalitarian theocracy, a central governing force ruled by religious principles and doctrines, has overthrown the U.S. government. Society is based on a fundamentalist interpretation of the Bible where women's bodies are the property of their fathers… Continue reading The Handmaid’s Tale (Review)


Sorry I’ve been away

School this last semester was a bit rough for me. I had British Fiction and Shakespeare at the same time and on my lightest weeks I still had at least 2 of Shakespeare's plays to read. Needless to say, personal reading fell a little behind and at one point I fell in a bit of… Continue reading Sorry I’ve been away


And Then There Were None (Review)

It is perfectly clear. Mr. Owen is one of us... Ten strangers are all invited to travel to Soldier Island. They have never met before and their hosts are unknown to them, but they all have one thing in common. Murder. One by one, the guests drop dead according to an eerie nursery rhyme found on… Continue reading And Then There Were None (Review)