What I Read – July 2015

Ten Thousand Lovers - Edeet Ravel (Review Books, 2003) This was a well-written, interesting, and engaging read. The characters are believable and fascinating. It's easy to imagine that their lives began and continue before and after we meet them in the action of this novel. Set in Israel in the 1970s, Ten Thousand Lovers, tells… Continue reading What I Read – July 2015

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What I Read – June 2015

Requiem for a Nun - William Faulkner (Penguin, 1961) Aside from As I Lay Dying, I haven't read much Faulkner so I can't say whether or not this book is typical of his style. The format is definitely unique. The action of the story is a play, centred around the death of a child and… Continue reading What I Read – June 2015