I want to give myself leeway to explore, so my goals are fluid.
I didn’t fulfill all my reading goals, but that’s okay.
England has a fascinating, slowly evolving culture and history.
North and South married sorrow with happiness, showing that life is never one or the other. It is always both.
It was too political. In a world of media biased, it was biased as well.
Larson builds a world in the gray areas between extremes: white and black, good and evil.
This book had some deep waters, and those are often difficult to wade through.
I thoroughly enjoyed my spooky reads this month.
This book is about reality vs. unreality, good vs. evil.
It questions our idea of wilderness and our connection to nature.
By far, the best part is the setting steeped in the South. That I can feel it in spades.
Ichabod Crane is the scariest part of this story.