Review: “The Bell Jar” novel by Sylvia Plath — “To The Person In The Bell Jar”
In the novel, the bell jar represents the imprisonment of emotions, despair, and mental illnesses. Sylvia Plath committed suicide in her apartment less than a month after the publication of Bell Jar, her only novel.
Top 10 Most Anticipated New Book Releases of September 2021
September is already around the corner, and there are a lot of wonderful books coming out! I figured these are the top 10 that would be the most anticipated for September. Check it out and let me know if I’ve missed a book you’re anticipating.
7 Amazing Books by Women in Translation – #WITMonth 2021
August is Women in Translation Month, a month celebrating female authors worldwide whose works have been translated from various languages into English.
Woman authors book upon becoming literate at the age of 70
Aya Başoğlu, a 71-year-old mother of nine, has written a book detailing all of her life events over the course of a year.
Paul McCartney’s latest book will include never-before-seen Beatles lyrics
The biography, which was announced earlier this year, is scheduled to be released on November 2.
Review: “The Year Of The Hare” by Arto Paasilinna– Off The Grid With A Friend
When I began reading this book, I imagined it would be an off-the-grid adventure. I assumed it would be a lighthearted story about a man bonding with a wild animal.
Review: “Efrén Divided” by Ernesto Cisneros — The Best MG Book Ever!
Just when I thought I was too old for all the middle-grade and YA books, I discovered Ernesto Cisneros’s Efrén Divided, the most perfect middle-grade novel ever written.