Written from the (somewhat quirky and unreliable) point of view of Merricat (Mary Katherine) Blackwood, this is a thrilling mystery novel set in rural Vermont. Summary: Exploring the themes of “otherness” and how a person/family can be stigmatised, “lessened” and made vulnerable by other people, as well as the strong bonds of familial/sisterly love, the … Continue reading We Have Always Lived In The Castle – Shirley Jackson
If the price of safety is slavery, would you bargain your life?
The most infamous villain in Shakespeare.
Second Monthly Wrap Up
Utopia isn't all what it seems.
Classic absurdist existentialist novel.
Dystopian post-apocalyptic thriller. There is always a price to pay. Read More Book Reviews at It's Good To Read - Link: https://ebookwormssite.wordpress.com #amreading #bookblogger
War of the Roses comes to a head
A Neuropsychologist’s Odyssey Through Consciousness
You'd be crazy to fly a mission. If you know it is crazy, then you're sane.