What is the deal with Train Rides and Stations in Literature
Book readers, have you ever wondered what the deal with trains and stations in stories is? I, for one, was fascinated with train rides on books. For some reason, the books set on trains put me at ease. May be because as a child I wanted to board…
Book Review: “A Passage North” by Anuk Arudpragasam
The Booker Prize 2021 shortlisted “A Passage North” is an intricately woven story that fuses together past and present to offer a glimpse into life during wartime and the post-war physiologies of those who were affected.
Review: “Firekeeper’s Daughter” by Angeline Boulley
Angeline Boulley’s Firekeeper’s Daughter was my first audiobook of 2022. I’d been waiting to get my hands on this audiobook since I read The Yield by Tara June since this indigenous story bore similar vibes for me at first glance(probably the vibrant-looking book covers of both books). The…
Review: “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee
Filled with tales about patriotism, children’s innocence, adult crimes, and prejudice in small-town communities around Southern America during the Great Depression, It begins as a coming-of-age story for Jem and Scout, two siblings who drowned in their childish innocence.