I would argue We Have Always Lived in the Castle is about where a fairy tales comes from…
This isn’t some teens solving an epic puzzle or falling deeply in love while battling a deadly disease. It’s honest and compulsively readable.
Voting ends in a week. At that time, I’ll add some book choices from the winning genre. Thanks for being part of my reading selection process!
It is frustrating, cryptic, and deeply insightful. It is alien and intensely familiar.
“I felt myself being dragged by the feet across the pavement. My chest was on fire. My blouse was purple with blood. I was convinced that my arm had been shot off and was hanging inside my shirt by a few strips of flesh. I could not feel it.”
The words “crawled” and “screaming” are what stand out to me, two brutal choices that would cut open anyone and expose their most personal moments.
Tampa will give any book club lots to talk about (assuming people can get past the first chapter)…
“Honestly, I can’t remember a time without SMB3. For me, there is no time before SMB3,” says one gamer Knorr interviewed.
Typically, she lives with “old aunt,” but now a young girl in the house . . . and possibly a murderer (muh-hahaha!!).
The Lesbian Career Girl series has been a great addition to my personal library, and as soon as Monica Nolan writes another one, I’m going to be sure to buy it and support her work.