"Sense and Sensibility" is chock full of drama and assumptions and people believing they're better than others and fools. It was kinda fun and kinda frustrating.
I liked it better than the last Jules Verne novel I read. But that bar is low. It's so very low, practically stuck in the mud you could roll over it.
My march goal for reading is one book, and I plan to be gentle with myself because it's a huge heavy book, so if I don't finish it, then I'll try not to be mad at myself.
A book review of a book that I was so delightfully shocked by how fun and witty I found it.
A repetitive fantasy historical fiction that I hated. Needs more unicorns less nazis and racism.
Do you ever get so bogged down by the terrible real life aspects of a book that the romance just doesn't hit the mark?
A book review for a book I actually enjoyed. What world are we living in????
Name dropping, info dumping, and about 5 characters all vying for their point of view to be shared makes a difficult read.
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I read the 1951 classic "The Catcher in the Rye" and while I did not enjoy it I took a couple guesses as to why it's a classic.