ghost wall review.

“Lights blind you; there’s a lot you miss by gathering at the fireside.” TW: abuse Ghost Wall by Sarah Moss is a dark and powerful novella filled with nature, perseverance, history, and shattering perspectives.  Silvie spends two weeks of summer with her parents in the North of England, attempting to live like Iron Age Britons. […]

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the lesser bohemians review.

The Lesser Bohemians by Eimear McBride is a challenging read. Its structure is difficult to power through, almost entirely fragments/stream of consciousness, and forced me to re-read the majority of the book. It is a book filled with raw honesty about first-time love, but that seems to be the only true focus during the story. […]

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2019.

Another year has come and gone. 2019 brought the beginning of this blog and only increased my passion for reading and writing. I’m grateful for the growth I’ve experienced this past year, and cannot wait to see what 2020 brings! In 2019: I read 27 books/audiobooks, wrote 34 blog posts, had viewers from 32 countries, […]

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the secret history review.

This story has easily become one of my favorite books of all time. That’s how good it is. When I finally finished it, I was taken aback. I never wanted the world of The Secret History to end. Beauty is terror. Whatever we call beautiful, we quiver before it. Once again, I have fallen in […]

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the paris review fall 2019 review.

It’s no secret that The Paris Review is one of my favorite literary magazines. Every season I eagerly await the release of a new issue. I’ve found that reading The Paris Review has given me the opportunity to be exposed to a variety of authors, writing styles, and unique stories. Each issue is filled with […]

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autumn review.

Autumn by Ali Smith is the story of Daniel and Elisabeth and how their worlds intertwine. Daniel is 101-years-old. Elisabeth is a young woman. The setting is the United Kingdom and navigates the time directly during/after Brexit. “She likes to read, she reads all the time, and she prefers to be reading several things at […]

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bright dead things review.

Happy Halloween friends. Today is one of my favorite holidays. I love autumn in general, but something about Halloween is just so great. The pumpkin carving, apple cider, watching cute and spooky movies, decorations of ghouls and witches, and yes, eating candy corn (I know I fall in the minority on that one). In honor […]

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