Review: “The Yield” by Tara June Winch — Digesting A Foreign Culture As Our Own
Indigenous Australian culture is not a topic I would read every day. I am glad that I learned a great deal about Indigenous culture and its importance through this book.
Review: “The Vegetarian” by Han Kang — Korean Horror Fiction
In terms of films or television shows, I’ve always been a fan of Korean mystery horror. This is the first time I have read a Korean horror novel.
Review: “In Watermelon Sugar” by Richard Brautigan — Watermelon Sugar High
In Watermelon Sugar the writing was so fluid and authentic and the story was incredibly entertaining and pleasant.
QOTD: ‘Midnight Library’ – Matt Haig
If you are told that you have a choice between life and death, there is a library with unlimited shelves of books: each book represents a possible version of your lifethat you could have lived differently. Would you accept the chance to see how all your regrets could have been avoided? Nora Seed did. She winds up in limbo on the day she chooses to die, where she can explore how her alternative lives would have unfolded.