"The Metamorphosis" By: Franz Kafka I'm writing this review as part of the Back to the Classics Challenge Category 8: Classic Novella Recap Recap from the perspective of 15-year-old M Gregor Samsa turns into a bug. The end. M Explains This isn't going to take the form of other reviews because first I need to … Continue reading Review – The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka
Do you ever re-read books from your childhood and think "wow, this is a seriously weird book"? I recently went through a phase where I re-read books that I loved when I was younger. Aside from the fact that they seem so much shorter now, the subject matter of most them surprised me. A few … Continue reading Revisiting Ruth White’s Belle Prater’s Boy
Reading Finnikin of the Rock made me feel like I was assembling a puzzle. I could see the edges form and sections coming together, but I didn't see the full picture and recognize the masterpiece until the very end.
Pemberly Brown is quite a twisted school, but it also had all the elements that I secretly wished my high school had, most notably, secret societies. COMPETING secret societies! In high school! Who knew that was a thing? (Did you? Because if so, I need you to tell me right now so that I can find these high schools and investigate them)